-We make music in the computers of Orlando. The fountain of youth is here. We haven't found it yet.
-Kyle Raker wrote this about our last show:
"...The songs are floaty, reverb-laden forays into pop. They don't bounce you too fast, they don't leave you bored. They've really found a happy middle ground between a couple of different genres and carved a niche they can call their own. They write the sort of songs you'll find creeping into your head - songs that have somehow struck a chord with you on a subconscious level."
-Listen to our music at:
We finally mixed and mastered our “Snow Tire” ep. Big thanks to North Ave Studios and Mr. David Plakon. Click the image for FREE download.
Welcome to 2011! We’re starting off the new season of Double Phantom Digital with an EP by Atlanta’s Mood Rings, called “Sweater Weather Forever.” Hazy, blissed out melody and spaced-out atmosphere dominate Mood Rings’ dreamy pop squall throughout this, their four song debut. You can download it through our bandcamp, or on mediafire.
Come, y’all, and check out 350.org’s new campaign (which GOOD is partnering on), and stick up for local businesses and us normal, not-so-rich folks who are getting fucked by the 16 obscenely rich companies that dictate everything the U.S. Chamber of Commerce does, and who just want to pollute our air and atmosphere until every bit of fossil fuel has been burned. So go to the campaign page, take the pledge then actually go down to your local bodega/hair dresser/florist/hardware store/grocer/fishmonger and get them to declare that the “U.S. Chamber doesn’t speak for us.”
Even without psychedelic drugs, I rather enjoyed the ear pulsing radiation of psychadelic waves that melted into this melodic journey. It started out Pink Floyd then bled into a little Ravi Shankar. Then out of no where came some heavy string reminiscent of the Doors with a…
LOVE this band. And they’re playing TONIGHT at Backbooth. Great show only $5.oo
We fell in love with Elizabeth Hathaway’s “multiverse two” from her “Between Space” series. And, best of all, she’s given us permission to use it as our album artwork! Very excited, big thanks to an elegant artist.