a word about our artists
– under the guise of “asentimentalsong”, joe morgan uses little more than his custom made les paul & array of effects pedals to construct minimal soundscapes. his first recorded ouptut for the lab is a single fifteen minute piece on the a side of HSAL #19. if he had his way, this record would have gone on for days.
– for nearly a decade, tim condon has been working through his personal demons under the moniker of “herizon”. always a fan of the 90’s lo-fi revival, condon works with a very humble list of instruments & accompaniments. themes within herizon tunes are dark & reflective, painting a picture of loves lost & a yearning to revisit better times.
the accidental parade
– a recently birthed duet of bass guitar & trap set from south norfolk (not norfolk – there’s a difference!), the accidental parade play the kind of catchy vocal-less post-hardcore jams that were everyone’s favorite act on a bill featuring the touring dischord band + 3 local openers. HSAL considers themselves lucky to have caught this ride early on!
the late virginia summers (TLVS)
– having survived a handful of lineup changes, TLVS is currently a two piece that works with other artists from time to time. sonically, the group plays off both the shoegazing bliss of the 90’s & the ambient texture of 21st century post rock.