Don't Panic

by Outdoor Velour

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Steven Marshall Great big fuzzy stuff. I really like this, and the e.p. cover is awesomeness as well. Favorite track: Stay Young.
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released February 8, 2011

All songs written and performed by Cara Kinnally and Greg Simpson

Except strings on “Spinning My Wheels” written and performed by:
Amanda Nelson - cello, Robin Weseloh Sackschewsky - violin
and Nathan Sackschewsky - viola
Drum machine programming on “Grown Up Problems” by Jeffrey Brooks

And “One Great City!” written by The Weakerthans, lyrics by John K. Samson

Recorded November 27th and 28th at Apocalypse Cow in Montgomery, IL
by Theresa Brooks and Jeffrey Brooks, mixed by Jeffrey Brooks
and at the OV Studio Loft December 2010-January 2011
by Greg Simpson, mixed by Greg Simpson
Produced by Greg Simpson
Mastered by Jeffrey Brooks at Apocalypse Cow [ ]

Artwork by Laura Berger [ ]
Instrument rental thanks to Matt Benson

Photo by Anneke Riley

Thank you to all of our friends and family.
Love, Greg & Cara

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Outdoor Velour Lafayette, Indiana

Outdoor Velour nods to great pop music of decades past: you can taste it like a complex wine, noting here a 60s Motown groove, there a heavy dose of 80s Jesus and Mary Chain distortion, a hint of early-90s shoegaze. But the “finish,” to continue the wine analogy, is that JAMC drone, a buzz that hangs on long after the last track ends.
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