Barcodes

by Arpetrio

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Although we have released two ep's in the past, Barcodes (our first full-length album) represents a new direction Arpetrio has always wanted to go in. We will always be proud of our previous work, but feel this is how Arpetrio is meant to sound.

After two months of recording and mastering, day in and day out of the studio, this project developed as a complete team effort. With the help of Nashville producer and good friend Drew Andre (who worked relentlessly for us), we were able to form an album that could not have been done on our own. By combining our experience in Ableton and Andre's training in Protools, Barcodes flows from song to song much like a fully electronic album would, all while staying true to the feel of live instrumentation.

We would like to thank all of our fans for keeping this amazing experience going for us. Knoxville and Nashville will always be our two homes. We would also like to thank Kurse Smith and Fine Peduncle for allowing us to use and remix their material.
Lastly, another big thanks goes out to Drew for providing so much of his time to make sure this album met our expectations (as well as a heady banjo sample featured in "Time to Move").

The album, Barcodes, is available for the price of your choice. Donations are always appreciated, but a free download is completely accepted. Tell your friends! As we will now be hitting the road hard, we look forward to seeing and meeting many of you at our shows.

credits

released September 16, 2011

*All tracks written by Arpetrio (Alex Mindermann, Wes Taylor, Trent Little)
All tracks produced, mixed and mastered by Drew Andre and Arpetrio
Album Art by Kirby Matherne

*Except for Copularium, originally by Fine Peduncle

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Arpetrio Knoxville

Gaining notoriety by sharing the stage with acts such as Shpongle, Perpetual Groove, Eliot Lipp, EOTO, RJD2, Eskmo, Future Rock, Toubab Krewe, Signal Path, Prefuse 73, Papadosio, and Zoogma, as well as playing festivals like Trinumeral and Dexfest, Arpetrio experiments with new combinations of sounds and textures resulting in a unique experience with every show. ... more

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