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Eaters (2017)

by Eaters

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No Secret 03:53
Horizons 03:02
The Well 05:57
Blue Light 05:27


Eaters is a collaboration of Bob Jones, Jonathan Schenke and Christopher Duffy. This new LP, carefully crafted over the course of two years at Doctor Wu’s in Brooklyn, marries rich pulsing electronics, driving beats, and guitar pyrotechnics. It is literal and figurative “art-rock” An exploration of light, shadow, expansion, and transformation. It speaks to the vulnerability and resilience of the human spirit in the modern age.

"Grinding and quirky" - The New Yorker

"Eaters have made an album that rewards those who listen by providing a different experience each time you put it on. Layered, complex, and varied, it pays off in different ways. It’s a record that gives you new favorite moments after you listen." - Post Trash.

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released May 12, 2017

All music written, performed, and produced
by Bob Jones and Jonathan Schenke
at Doctor Wu's and at home (Brooklyn, NY: 2014-2016)
Mixed and mastered by Jonathan Schenke

Sculptures and live visuals by Christopher Duffy
Photos by Steven Probert (front cover, insert) and Paul Sobota (back cover)
Layout by A. Savage & Steven Probert

Acoustic drums and percussion performed by Jason Kelly
Recorded at Seaside Lounge and Melrose Place
Bassoon and additional vocals on 'Horizons' by Lauren Gregory


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Eaters Brooklyn, New York

Eaters is a collaboration between musician Bob Jones, producer Jonathan Schenke, and visual artist Christopher Duffy.

Since 2014, Eaters have performed with Shabazz Palaces, Dan Deacon, US Girls, Trans Am, S U R V I V E, Parquet Courts, Protomartyr, !!!, and at Moogfest 2014. Their work has been covered by Pitchfork, The New Yorker, Interview Magazine, and more.
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