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This is from our night at Susanna's in San Francisco. Susanna is the most logistically gifted person I know. We somehow managed to cozy forty-five souls into her studio loft apartment. We played in the kitchen, with some folks in the living room area and others to the other side in the dining room. It totally worked. And didn't feel crowded at all, strangely enough. One of our biggest shows, in one of the smaller spaces we played in. Marvelous.

I couldn't help it. I had to sing "Fountain of Life" (from Gravity) - may be the sultriest version of this song ever. The deep growly bass at the end along with Daniel's delicate mellotron flutes and harp just sends it all over the edge into some delicious watery oblivion. My kinda space.


i ascend from the moon
i ascend from the night
to swim the endless fluid freedom
to find my delight
wide as the ocean
where it kisses the sky
love's pure water
fountain of life
under the waves
every molecule of me
it's a chemical reaction
i can't hide
my resistance is low
volatiilty on the rise
like a fountain of life
i ascend from the moon


from For Now, released November 26, 2013




Artemis San Francisco

Spectral keyboard washes and sinuous dance beats set up a feeling of warm alienation while Artemis’s voice heats things further. Over the thump and shimmer, she croons with detached fervor, the music dissolving in a storm of pixie-dust disco until a rude riot of effects snaps the tether and she vanishes. ... more

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