No Fury, the solo debut for Jessica Boudreaux, is out now! No Fury is the debut solo album from the Summer Cannibals front woman. It's a departure from from the raw punk-tinged energy Jessica Boudreaux has become known for. The songwriting is upbeat and heavily influenced by synth pop, and the influence of producer Hutch Harris moves the songs in an evermore hook-filled direction. Check out the video for Televised below and then pick up a copy of the limited edition color vinyl before it's gone.
No Fury was mixed by Victor Nash. It mastered for all formats by Adam at Telegraph.
Full Of It, the sophomore LP from Summer Cannibals, is out now. Full of It is already being acclaimed for it's fierce and focused songwriting. It's fast, riff-y breakup record for the modern age. Check out the video for the title track below.
Full Of It is out on Kill Rock Stars and was mixed at The Dock by Chris Woodhouse. It was mastered for download/CD and cut for vinyl at Telegraph.
Show Us Your Mind, the new LP from Summer Cannibals, is out now. The highly anticipated follow up to 2013's No Makeup this LP has Summer Cannibals refining and expanding their raucous fuzz rock sound. Check out the video for Something New, and grab a copy of the vinyl before they are gone.
Show Us Your Mind, the new album from Summer Cannibals, will be out on 3/3/15. Check out the first single Something New over at Entertainment Weekly. If that gets you excited for the new record, and it should!, you can preorder here. If you're at SXSW check them out.
Show Us Your Mind was recorded and mixed by Larry Crane at Jackpot. It was mastered and cut at Telegraph.
Willamette Week published their list of Portland's Best New Bands, and Telegraph clients are well represented. Right at the top are Summer Cannibals. Congrats to Jessica, Marc, Valerie, and Lynnae! Further congrats to Hustle and Drone, Your Rival, and Hook and Anchor.
I'm very lucky to work in a city with so many fantastic artists.
The new EP from Summer Cannibals is out today as a download and on cassette. Make You Better continues in the spirit of their acclaimed debut LP No Makeup, and has already garnered great reviews. Another batch of fantastic songs fueled by fuzzed-out half stacks and big melodies.
Make You Better was mixed by Marc Swart and Jessica Boudreaux and mastered at Telegraph.