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Written while touring behind 2008's Moonbeams, Purpleface finds Scott Reitherman and his backing three-piece releasing a few songs for the masses, a four-song EP with a reworking of Moonbeams' "Written in Heart Signs, Faintly" and ten and a half minutes of new material. The main factor differentiating these songs from the songs on Moonbeams is that these are a little spacier, a little more distant, and a little colder, although the thrift store aesthetic is still there. This more subdued side is worth investigating. Think of this as a supplemental disc to get sufferers of seasonal affective disorder through a short winter until the next summer romp.

Biography

Formed: 2004 in Seattle, WA

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Taking the moniker Throw Me the Statue from an old mixtape title, one-man multi-instrumentalist Scott Reitherman relocated from Half Moon Bay, a small city south of San Francisco, to New York and then Seattle with aspirations of starting up an independent label called Baskerville Hill Records. Inspired by the lo-fi and D.I.Y. sensibilities of K Records, he started putting out CDs in 2004, including one by fellow Vassar College student Sam Beebe (aka Black Bear). Around the same time, Reitherman started...
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