Escaping into the solar illuminated atmospheres with Jimmy Turturici & more; cover art appears courtesy of Keith Rankin.
R. Stevie Moore
The eclectic patron, paternal saint of all things home-recorded & more—R. Stevie Moore; press photo appears courtesy of RSM/Happenin Records.
Released this past election day via Doom Trip Records, we bring you R. Stevie Moore’s new There Is No God In America 7″ that takes you for a strange journey across a land without deity. Stevie bb kicks it off with the title track that is the sound of what could have easily been the soundtrack of an obscure early 90s computer game. You are then brough to the Americana gothic hymns of “No Talking”, style & somatic matters on the fun with fidelity of “No Body”, right before R. Stevie Moore brings you down into the great underwater weirdness discovered via the artist’s own visionary undergrounds.
In R. Stevie Moore’s own introductory words to his own new 7″:
Follow our protagonist on a postmodern adventure through a desolate land with no savior.
A reflection on life in future days, our hero braves the questioning of our world’s most powerful forces—both spiritual and physical.
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