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An Oral History of Mae

Discussion in 'Article Discussion' started by Melody Bot, Dec 8, 2017.

  1. Melody Bot

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  2. CMilliken


    This was a really interesting listen. Enjoyed the whole thing from start to finish. Was amazed to find out Singularity cost 800K to make.
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  3. aerials Dec 8, 2017
    (Last edited: Dec 9, 2017)


    What a fantastic conversation on that podcast! Really well done. I love Mae so, so much. Truly can't wait to hear their new release.
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  4. peoplearepoison

    It’s a perfect day for letting go... Supporter

    Thanks for listening guys! As a person who's been using absolutepunk since I was 15, it's so cool to get a feature on the site.
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  5. jorbjorb

    7 rings

    Joking right?
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  6. peoplearepoison

    It’s a perfect day for letting go... Supporter

  7. Ryan

    Might be Spider-Man...

    Anything this band does, Im there
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  8. Phil507

    Resident NYC snob Supporter

    I have such a fascination with all the failed major label attempts of the emo (for lack of a better word) scene in the 00's.
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  9. schackbr


    Do they touch on what the previous albums cost to make? I always thought Singularity was such a letdown after the perfection that was The Everglow.
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  10. CMilliken


    I love Singularity. But Dave did touch on the other albums saying Destination was basically free since Mark let them use his studio for free when he didn’t have anyone in there. The Everglow was around 80K and then Singularity was 800k.
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  11. CMilliken


    Not at all. Honestly didn’t realize albums cost that much to make.
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