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Time Capsule
Artist: Particle Kid
Format: CD

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Label: OVERSEAS ARTISTS REC
Rel. Date: 05/06/2022
UPC: 858073008474

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DISC: 1

1. 123 Skip to Infinity
2. Time Capsule Theme I: The Now Is Wow
3. Velocirapture (The Serpent Flew) (Feat. Sean Ono Lennon ; Mickey Raphael) Cassette I: Time Simulation Malfunctioning
4. Original Glitch (Feat. Moskito) Time Capsule Theme II: Maerd Sesle Enoemos
5. Someone Else's Dream (Feat. J Mascis, Sunny War ; Paul Bushnell) the Hole Time
6. All One Day (Shadow of the Sun) (Feat. Willie Nelson ; Jim James) Along the Timey Road
7. Thurxzday
8. King of Ashes
9. Rumplestiltskin (Feat. Nikita Sorokin) Time Capsule Theme III: Break Free from the Loop
10. Mycorrhiphone
11. Cassette II: Dying
12. WTF (No Somebody) (Feat. the Lovely Eggs ; Raman Steve) Smart People
13. Love Is Worth (Feat. Margo Price, Jeremy Ivey ; Eric Sullivan) Cassette III: The Panda (Feat. the Nerfs) Little Fish (Deep Pond)
14. The Pages
15. Algorhythm (Feat. Dave Ralicke) Time Capsule Theme IV: Little Sting
16. Don't Try
17. Amerikan Lyfe (Feat. Willie Nelson)

More Info:

On his latest project, singer, songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Particle Kid (J. Micah Nelson) pulls listeners down the rabbit hole to experience the music he's been making over the past five years. His self-described "experimental future-folk solo project" is releasing a sprawling epic, Time Capsule, taking listeners on a nearly two-hour trip through various genres, ideas and sounds, an eclectic palette of sonic colors, both familiar and exploratory feelings painted together like a collage, as if 90s alt, 60s psych, 70s electric jazz, and some abstract future were all magazines-chopped up and somehow cohesively glued together by Micah's voice and lyrics as well as guest spots from Margo Price, J Mascis and Sean Ono Lennon, among others.