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New I Fealing

by Make A Rising

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Sven B. Schreiber (sbs)
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Sven B. Schreiber (sbs) It sounds weird, unpredictable, and offbeat... but that's exactly what makes it worthwhile. It's highly experimental music, far away from the well-trodden paths of contemporary rock music. I can hear some Zappa heritage here, as well as influences from "The Beatles", but it's not a rehash at all - everything is assembled in an ingenious, quite idiosyncratic way. On this EP, Nick Millevoi was a temporary band member, and even contributed an excellent track ("Flux Dogs"). He's a great composer and guitar virtuoso himself. Favorite track: Nommo Days.
Andrew Vaughn
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Andrew Vaughn This music is absolutely awesome. It takes the standard conventions of music, studies them in detail, then smashes them into a blender with an earthquake and an orchestra. It's something I can always go to when the overabundance of repetitious structured sounds wears against my soul, and that makes Make A Rising a priceless addition to my collection.
Charles J Thomas
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Charles J Thomas Super cool layering of folk and prog. Loaded with left turns and spurts of instrumentation, my ears are perked up throughout the entire journey! Favorite track: Nommo Days.
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(words by Justin Moynihan) One dream, still more, came as vision. The hope, I wore, was meant to please him Forging my way, I’ll never say, that it can’t exist. This is it. Hello goodbye How many times have I born and died? Break the line. One dream, was seen, and showed its reason. The faith he bore, should relieve him. Kindly remind me where my mind has been It’s stuck again. At the end. Back here once more. This time I tore through the fabric of space. Find my place. Don’t don’t don’t x2 Take the magic(k?) away from Take the magic(k?) away.
Flux Dogs 05:47
Trotting through Trotting along through Star printed blankets Blinding you with fear. Burn beyond Burn with your laser eyes mind a vision visions that you hear. Take your palm Erase your fate line Ride over space time Ride into fear’s mouth.
Nommo Days 07:48
With eyes closed fire crawls across my head. Pounding pillows veils emerge through the bed. Holding out: Being/Meaning Lifting ceilings Reaching out for hands but never can ask. Missing moments last for digging these traps. Holding out New I Fealing Lifting ceilings. Brush back your hand through the fold. Who am I? I ma ohw! Larger forms. Rose bloom from a crown Take off my head as my heart receives the one. Don’t go back to bed My dad flies behind my head, behind my head x2 Bored up in rooms wheels resume on barren moons, draw the drapes, knuckles drag like apes, as we live our naps, like babies on laps, wait for the power, to change light without clapping, to experience the hour, to live without napping. Two stars one light and dark, dancing truth of all ages, Fanfare received in the trees, birds sing song of the Dog. Horns blow message in waves, “come meet us up the ladder.” For the change of our Age test our strength and prevail. Courage and fear disperse our base assumptions consume or produce new modes ban judgement from the mind Action and thought / decisions span galaxies Reborn as a worm for time lost to the Age of Trash I want to feel affected by the furthest birthing star Living for truth / What light and dark directions? In darkness we compile grief upon our closest friends In a Dead World / no psychic link to your pets Pause before sleep / hold the key and my fear of All One! I want to reach inside the veil and speak to the New Man. The Mob and Church / a fist attached to the arm Power dispersed to external idols dims the Light Internal Scan / probe deep into subconscious Waters rise to cleanse the eyes as symbols pave the path. No rigid lines I must keep my mind open.


This 3 song EP was originally intended to come out as a split 12″ with the D.C. band, Hume. Unfortunately, I moved across the country and Make A Rising could not support a physical release. This was also meant to be a teaser for our upcoming double album release, but the status of that project is now up in the air.

This recording seems like a logical step after “Infinite Ellipse”. We made some internally controversial decisions. I hope it rewards in the same way that 10cc’s “How Dare You” rewarded me after half a year of listening. It took a year and a half to finish these beasts. Enjoy!


released September 30, 2012

Rhythm tracks engineered by Jeff Zeigler at Uniform. Everything else recorded at the Avant Gentlemen’s Lodge (RIP).

Mixed and Mastered by Colin Marston at Menegroth the Thousand Caves.

Produced by Make A Rising.

On this recording, Make A Rising was: Jesse Moynihan, Justin Moynihan, John Heron, Nick Millevoi, Travis Woodson.

GUEST MUSICIANS: Dave Fishkin (sax, flute), Jesse Sparhawk (harp), Beth Brandon (wurlitzer), Alex Tyson (synths), Eric Slick (marimba), Dan Blacksberg (trombone), John Pettit (trumpet), Brandon Beaver (vox), Eliza Hardy (vox), Cecilia Corrigan (vox), Spooky (vox).

All songs written by Make A Rising.
(Flux Dogs written by Nick Millevoi)


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Make A Rising Los Angeles, California

Make A Rising birthed from the fertile Philly art-rock scene of the early 00's. Founding members: John Heron, Brandon Beaver, brothers Moynihan and a revolving cast of super talents performed elaborate stage shows set to Brian Wilson influenced pyramids of bedroom indie prog. MAR released two albums through High Two and a free 3 song EP. They are currently working on a 3rd full length album. ... more

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