Shadow Age - S/T First 12" LP
Shadow Age - First Full Length
Post-Punk Band from Richmond, VA
Clear Edition - SOLD OUT!
First pressing is on clear 12" vinyl with a handwritten lyric sheet by Aaron Tyree. Limited to 30 copies.
The Best Records of 2018 - Void Music
"El primer larga duración hizo que valiera la espera, un disco lleno de fuerza, un torrente energético, con pocos espacios de sosiego, pero que dentro de ese despliegue sonoro es capaz de transmitir paralelamente un sentido de angustia existencial, contrastante con el suave, melódico Tyree, dejando una sensación ambivalente que en su conjunto nos ofrece una bella escala de grises." - Void Music [By David Rangel and Beto Sigala ]
Cvlt Nation Review - "What I love about Shadow Age is how flawlessly they’re able to transport listeners to 1982 with their traditional post-punk/shoegaze sound while putting enough spins on it to create a distinct uniqueness" - Sär Blackthorn
Post-Punk.com Review - "...ten tracks of masterfully crafted post-punk in the vein of For Against or The Cure’s landmark early records." - Frank Deserto
Bandcamp Review - "Shadow Age is a true triumph—a testament to the power of art to heal, to the strength and necessity of creative persistence." - Andi Harriman
Aaron Tyree - guitars, keyboards, voices
Evan Recinos - drums
Ben Powell - bass
Produced & Mixed by Rick Olson & Aaron Tyree
Engineered by Chris Compton at Skip's Place Richmond, VA
Mastered by Dan Randall at Mammoth Sound Mastering
Drums tracked by Kevin Bernsten at Developing Nations Baltimore, MD
Art by Keelan McMorrow
Layout by Evan Scott Sharfe
Aaron Tyree writes all the lyrics for the band and they come from personal experiences, both inward reflections, and observation. The lyrics are not particularly political, although the band has its roots in the politically conscientious punk and hardcore.
Shadow Age - S/T Play Alone Records 2018
Singles & EPs
Shadow Age - Silaluk 6131 Records 2015
Shadow Age - The Fall Not On Label (Shadow Age Self-released) 2017
The content on the self-titled full-length on Play Alone Records comes from Aaron Tyree's experiences of 2013, having dealt with severe frostbite. It got into his bones and almost made him lose part of his foot. He was hooked to an IV of antibiotics for most of the year. He focused on writing music and thinking about the band to stay positive and pass the time.