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High Dive hosted a packed house as Summer Birth and Large Print played killer sets alongside Minneapolis art rockers Products. Summer Birth consists of vocalist Zachary Ochoa, guitarist Ryan Mueller, bassist Mark Buescher and drummer Cary Elger. Their eclectic rock style is fresh and vivacious, taking influence from bands such as Big Thief and Parquet Courts. Formed during quarantine, the

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Local/Live From Anodyne – Large Print

Join WMSE at Anodyne on Bruce for another Local/Live. This show is free and all ages. The Shepherd Express descries Large Print as – “This is what happens when indie rock is done well. Across the album, clean guitar lines played by James Brickner and Eric Risser playfully bounce off one another, while the rhythm section of Jay Joslyn (bass)

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AUDIO: Large Print – “In the Dark”

Art rockers Large Print are out with their companion EP to “In the Clouds” from earlier this year. Comparatively and fittingly so, this record takes things in a drearier direction with songs about feeling down and being in disguise. You get put right in a storybook with scenes containing imagery of gray skies, objects collecting dust, or a rose wilting

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AUDIO: Large Print – “In the Clouds”

Art rockers Large Print are out with a new EP today. Seven tracks comprise of playful melodies and breezy storytelling. There’s a recurring theme of trying to make a connection happen between you and someone else, but things never quite land right. It’s a charmingly poetic excursion through infatuation and dreams from Large Print. They’ve got a second EP in

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AUDIO: Large Print – “Summer/Fall 2020”

Art rockers Large Print had been releasing minute-long pieces every week for the second half of 2020, and they’re out with a compilation with all of them. The band’s elegant approach to fuzzy indie pop is explored in a unique way; each track is like a blast of poetic creativity that kept them inspired through quarantine. Some have grooves while

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