Finger on the angry pulse of this town

by Man of Multnomah

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"In keeping with my other Western scores, this collection of dusty tracks could be the material for a modern film about the tough—and also the terrific—landscape of life. Rather than an existence on an open prairie or wooded mountainside, imagine that the scenes take place in a more modern, small and forgotten realm. Close your eyes and imagine that you are homeless, in a city or town that doesn't even know you exist. At first, you are free and without care, but hunger and fear removes all happiness. This release begins with a thoughtful and hard look at change. After embracing said change, the vibe is more whimsy than woe, but makes a hard turn for the worst as you traverse this path with me. Now open your eyes and be thankful that this EP has an ending: you are still with shelter and with a full gut."
—Aaron D.C. Edge / Man of Multnomah


released November 1, 2019

All instrumentation, audio sensations, photography as well as this record's design was created, performed and executed by one Aaron D.C. Edge. This collection of tracks was documented and recorded with him at the helm at Myelin Studio in Portland, Oregon, with mastering by Eric Leavell at Husk Recording in Portland, Oregon.

“I would like to dedicate this recording to my very supportive and loving Father. This was recorded with his banjo.” — Aaron D.C. Edge

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Man of Multnomah Portland, Oregon

The solo moniker of self-taught multi-instrumentalist and American experimental musician, Aaron D.C. Edge. He been writing and recording music since the mid 80's, in over 50 musical endeavors.

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