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Advance Base Announces Summer Tour

Advance Base (aka Owen Ashworth) has released a great cover of the classic Magnetic Fields song “Either You Don’t Love Me Or I Don’t Love You”. The track is taken from his remastered Magnetic Fields cover EP, “Tomorrow’s Home Today”, wihich will be reissued via Orindal Records on September 13th. However, the album will be available in person through out the tour.

The single was released in conjunction with the announcement of Ashworth’s summer tour, which kicks off on June 21st at Hungry Brain with Claire Cronin & Moon Racer. You can find all of the tour dates here.

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Advance Base "True Love Death Dream"

Advance Base (a.k.a. Owen Ashworth) has released the first single, "True Love Death Dream”, from his forthcoming LP, Animal Companionship. The LP is set to be released on September 21st via Run For Cover and Orindal Records.

The track itself is filled with electronics, synths, and Owen’s signature crooning and melancholy lyrics.

You can catch Advance Base at The Hideout on July 26th with Brendan Losch and Gia Margaret (Album release).

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CD of The Month: Advance Base

To say an album "returns to form" seems to allude to something being off or missing or in a deformed state in previous releases. With the new album from Advance Base (aka Owen Ashworth), Nephew In The Wild, it is more of a beautiful blending of two "forms". This album could have easily been the first Casiotone for the Painfully Alone album since 2009's Vs. Children. This is a clear return to the sound and storytelling of the Casiotone persona.

The album's open track and lead single "Trisha Please Come Home" in the perfect example. Ashworth spins tales of the everyday but tinges of sadness. His stories are sweet and sad, and always fully realized. Musically, the album is filled with familiar sounds from an array of instruments; Electric pianos, drum kits, drum machines, autoharps, Omnichords, Optigans, Mellotrons. All of this, blending with Ashworth's skill, create a perfect late summer and early fall soundtrack.

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September 2015
Advance Base
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To say an album "returns to form" seems to allude to something being off or missing or in a deformed state in previous releases. With the new album from Advance Base (aka Owen Ashworth), Nephew In The Wild, it is more of a beautiful blending of two "forms". This album could have easily been the first Casiotone for the Painfully Alone album since 2009's Vs. Children. This is a clear return to the sound and storytelling of the Casiotone persona. The album's open track and lead single "Trisha Please Come Home" in the perfect example. Ashworth spins tales of the everyday but tinges of sadness. His stories are sweet and sad, and always fully realized. Musically, the album is filled with familiar sounds from an array of instruments; Electric pianos, drum kits, drum machines, autoharps, Omnichords, Optigans, Mellotrons. All of this, blending with Ashworth's skill, create a perfect late summer and early fall soundtrack.





Advance Base "Pamela"

Owen Ashworth (aka Advanced Base) has released the second single, "Pamela", from his forthcoming album Nephew in the Wild. The album, which is a return to form to his days as Casiotone for the Painfully Alone, will be released on August 21st via Orindal Records/Tomlab.

You can catch Advanced Base at Burlington on August 11th.

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