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Hideout


Music and Graphic Poetry by:
COLIN MILLER


HIDEOUT 

After establishing himself as an audio engineer, producing albums for bands like Indigo De Souza and MJ Lenderman from his studio in Asheville, NC, Colin began making his own music – releasing two singles in the past year that demonstrate his strong talent as a songwriter. Colin’s latest ambient album, Hideout, turns to sound for its profundity, creating a lo-fi aesthetic that fully captures whatever the “milieu” of this era will become. Though introspective, Hideout offers a spaciousness and levity of sound, often absent from instrumental titles. Paired with three graphic poems, Colin’s work carries a tenor of its own.




Listen to “Hideout”:


GRAPHIC POETRY


   

Colin Miller, “wasps,” 2020. 
















      

Colin Miller, “twister,” 2020.















Colin Miller, “Bogey,” 2020.



Follow Colin:

Instagram: @c_l_nm_ll_r

BandCamp: colinmiller.bandcamp.com


Bio:

Colin Miller lives in Asheville, North Carolina. He makes records in a little house on a hill in Haw Creek Valley –– sometimes for himself, usually for others. In addition to his own eponymous musical project, he contributes to several other musical groups including Cheap Studs, MJ Lenderman, Brucemont, and Zach Romeo. Outside of music, Colin also writes poems and sketches on his phone, scours Goodwill bids for cheap tape machines, and watches a live stream of a train line in Norway as it barrels through the wilderness.

 

             




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