dirt is the latest EP from Hand Habits, the songwriting project of Meg Duffy.
Comprised of two songs, “4th of july,” a simmering swell of chaos and beauty and “i believe in you,” a favorite of Duffy’s from the Neil Young canon, the EP finds the songwriter exploring themes of growth and finding ways to let go of the parts of their past that no longer serve them.
The EP, which was co-produced by Duffy, Sasami Ashworth (SASAMI) and Kyle Thomas (King Tuff), is available for pre-order now and due February 19th. The digital download included with the 7-inch also contains a bonus track, Katie Dey's remix of the Hand Habits song "what's the use."
We’re excited to announce the release of Culxr House:Freedom Summer on July 30th ~ a collaborative project showcasing a host of talent from Omaha, Nebraska, all tied to innovative community hub Culxr House. The compilation is available digitally and on limited 12" vinyl, with 50% of the album’s profits shared between the artists involved, and the other 50% donated directly to the Culxr House venue that brought this project to life. Hear first track “Inherit the Earth” and preorder now.
Culxr House is an innovative community hub based in the city that focuses on providing artists and creatives a safe space to grow their talent and obtain access to resources necessary to turn their art into economic opportunities. They exist to bridge both social and economic gaps through the cultivation of talent and artistry within the inner city. Spearheaded by Marcey Yates, founder of Culxr House, ‘Freedom Summer’ showcases the talent that has long been under-recognized in Omaha, captures the spirit of the Culxr House community, and spotlights a time when they stepped to the front of a movement for social justice in Omaha. For more information on Culxr House and the work that they do, visit culxr.house