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28 October 16

Givan Lötz' MAW is out now! This collection of folk songs, blue waltzes and burial hymns is available on limited edition translucent blue vinyl, housed in a gorgeous, reverse-board printed jacket. Comes with a download of MAW plus bonus download of "sister" album YAW. Pick up a copy via the OE Bandcamp.

04 October 16

This month marks the 10th anniversary of Other Electricities! To celebrate, we've got a limited edition OE enamel pin available, which also comes with a download of a 27-track compilation spanning the catalog. We'll also be sharing other OE odds and ends throughout the month, such as the never before seen OE illustration by Mel Kadel that accompanies this post. As always, thanks for the continued support!

29 August 16

Givan Lötz - MAW vinyl/digital is out October 28, 2016. You can pre-order the album and stream/download the track "Watchtower" now!

29 July 16

Dino Felipe's collaborative wonder, PRŌJEKT! is now available! Pick up a cassette or digital copy, which both include the bonus track Truth Is Marching (For Orlando And The Rest Of Us)."

24 June 16

We're happy to announce that OE's releasing the forthcoming SIXTIETH (yes, sixtieth) album by one of the most prolific musicians in the world - Dino Felipe. PRŌJEKT! is an experiment in collaboration, featuring ten friends putting their chosen lyrical/vocal touches on Dino's compositions.  Much like Dino's entire body of work, the result is unpredictable, adventurous and infectious. PRŌJEKT! is out 7/29/16, and you can check out a preview track over at our Soundcloud

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