Louella & Infinite Futureby Andrew Weathers —
After a long silence, Full Spectrum is happy to bring you a new release from Seth Chrisman and myself. This past December, the two of us drove up to a forest service cabin outside of Sequim, WA, on the Olympic Peninsula. The album we made is called Louella and it’s released as a cassette in an edition of 100 featuring two side-long pieces of acoustic and electric guitars, field recordings and cabin resonance.
This record was a blast to work on and I’m happy that Full Spectrum is bringing it into the world. You can pick up the cassette over at our shop or stream / download it on our Bandcamp page.
Also—things are changing at FSHQ. Along with the release of Louella, we’re pleased to debut a new website made by the great Andrew Marino. AM and I have operated Full Spectrum together since 2008, and while we’ve often collaborated on releases, we’ve never brought on anyone else as a full-time member of the group. To that end, we’re excited to welcome Carl Ritger—a.k.a. longtime FS artist Radere—and Gretchen Korsmo to the FS team. They will be helping us out with promotional and graphic design duties, respectively.
There are some exciting projects in the works, so stay tuned; and, as always, thanks for your support. We want to push Full Spectrum into the future and it takes a lot of people to that. Don’t forget that you make the future you want to be in.
Feel free to get in touch, we always love hearing from folks.