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Solid Home Life


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In 2008, acquaintances Greg Olin (Graves) and LAKE drummer Lindsay Schief (who had played together on Karl Blau’s “Nature’s Got Away”) ran into each other at a rock concert in Portland, OR. It was winter time. They began hanging out, roasting meats, drinking beer, and playing on each others’ songs in Greg’s cozy Southeast apartment. Friends dropped in and out, playing organ riffs here and sax solos there. After a while, G & L started co-writing songs about chores and cozy home life. They lived together in Greg’s new house for a few seasons in 2010 where they wrote their last few songs, wrapping the project up with one about Lindsay moving on to her own digs.

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  • mutexplosion

    This album is probably the best thing I've heard so far this year. It's lighthearted and silly and makes me laugh and gets stuck in my head.

    30 Apr 2012 Reply

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