My, How Time Flies IV

by BCxLD

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    releases February 23, 2017

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    Every song from MHTF III and MHTF IV all on one physical album. Though the project drops on 02.23.2017, the physical copy will not be available until the end of March.

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1.
Undesirable Eden with Stephen Sauer
2.
Canaries in the Coal Mine with IAME (of Wool See)
3.
4.
Everything is Wonderful with R4PC4MP
5.
Dumbing Down
6.
PDX to KTWN
7.
Love Somebody
8.
Holler with Jay Cobb Anderson (of Fruition)
9.
Ain't Nobody with Sean O'Neil (of Otis Heat)
10.
MHTF

about

Our lives and our history are most often represented by the timeline, a straight course from point A to point B. We are born, we go through life, and, eventually, we die. Throughout our existence, we are never fully aware of what percentage of our timelines we have trekked. Every age we reach, we only get 1 year of practice of being that old, which is why sometimes we need to loop back to a place more comfortable than now. Suddenly, we are catching salamanders, chasing fireflies, or sleeping with a light on in our 30s, being either completely oblivious to the harshness of the world or aware of it and attempting to keep it away. Sometimes we reach moments of mastery, and pull ahead because as children, we may be forced to grow years in a second as we encounter love or loss. In our 20s, we may sit on front porches and chatter with the wisdom of the elders, or we may face a diagnosis that shakes us because it introduces us to our autumn colors earlier than anticipated. With the constant looping, pulling, spinning, twisting, and coiling, our time line becomes a ball of yarn, wrapped around itself, traveling back and forth from beginning to end.

Producer Brass Clouds (Horsefeathers) and emcee Lucas Dix (Jellyfish Brigade, Shut-ins and the Colony) have teamed up to form BCxLD. Together, the Portland based hip hop duo present My, How Time Flies, a four part EP series to be released throughout 2016 and 2017. With Brass Clouds’ all original instrumentation and Dix’s heart-on-his-sleeve songwriting, the pair creates a project that intertwines elements of hip hop, electronic, R&B, and folk; a project that zig zags through the calendar of us, highlighting the highs, lows, and everything in-between.

My, How Time Flies IV, the final installment to the series, features Stephen Sauer, IAME (of Wool See), Blake Ambrose (of R4PC4MP), Jay Cobb Anderson (Fruition), and Sean O'Neil (of Otis Heat). It will be available for pay what you want download on Thursday, February 23rd, 2017at bcxld.bandcamp.com, exactly one year after MHTF I was released. It will also be available via iTunes and Spotify.

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releases February 23, 2017

Produced by Brass Clouds
Vocals by Lucas Dix except where noted

Album Art by Brass Clouds
Mixing and Mastering by Wesley Opus

All songs recorded at the Catalina Crib

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BCxLD Portland, Oregon

Producer Brass Clouds teams up with emcee Lucas Dix (Hives Inquiry Squad, Jellyfish Brigade, Shut-ins and the Colony) to form BCxLD. My, How Time Flies is a four part series that will be released over the course of 12 months.

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