When We Collide

by Baker Man

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M. Zapatero The six tracks on Baker Man's When We Collide drift between the rough-hewn indie pop of early REM and the grinding garage punk of Dinosaur Jr. I also hear hints of the Decemberists and Ben Folds. These are the guys you saw performing in your buddy's basement or your favorite dive bar in college. Smart lyrics, jangly guitars, and a healthy dose of world-weary cynicism. Favorite track: Keeping Score.
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Recorded at Permanent Hearing Damage March 2014 and at The Laundromat between April and July 2014. Mixed from July 2014 to February 2015. Mastered April of 2015.

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released April 10, 2015

Baker Man is:
Mike Five - Guitar (1, 5, 6); Bass (2, 3, 4); Vocals (1, 6)
Andy Freedman - Guitar (2, 3, 4); Bass (1, 5, 6); Vocals (2, 3)
Andrew Ghrayeb - Guitar (1 - 5); Bass (6); Vocals (4, 5)
Evan Nutt - Drums

Engineered by Jeff White
Produced by Baker Man and Jeff White
Mastered by Ryan Schwabe

"What Tradition Means" and "Keeping Score" ℗ & © Cafeteria Harrison Music (ASCAP). All rights reserved.

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