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Homeshake shares 126-track compendium, the 'Pareidolia Catalog' + live dates

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Toronto-based musician Homeshake (the musical project of Peter Sagar) has released an 126-track compendium, the ‘Pareidolia Catalog’. The catalog spans eight volumes, and has been released in conjunction with a physical cassette tape pack and a t-shirt, created in collaboration with Brain Dead.

The bountiful collection of tracks serves as a long-form collage of woozy beats and wandering synthesisers, to be enjoyed at length or in short infrequent doses, its a sonic exploration that was formed across a six-month period whilst Homeshake enjoyed time between touring.

Homeshake provides further insight into the project: “these tracks were made between december 2020 and august 2021. at the time Salina and I were going on long walks almost everyday, and we’d always point out the faces and things we’d see in houses, walls, trees, cars or whatever. I started recording them with that in mind, using a couple guitars, a po-33 sampler, a mellotron, and various effects pedals, recorded into a looper.”

Homeshake will additionally be embarking on live shows across the UK and Europe from September 14th, in support of his most recent record, 2021’s acclaimed “Under The Weather”. He’ll spend the first leg on the British isles taking on dates across Glasgow, Manchester, Leeds, London and Brighton with support from Fauzia and Joviale, before heading across to the European mainland, stopping in France, Germany, Italy and more. Tickets on sale below.

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