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Run On Sentence October Tour

*For details about house shows, email dustin@runonsentencemusic.com

Oct. 2: Norman, OK @ The Deli
Oct. 3: Norman, OK @  The Chouse
Oct. 4: OKC, OK  @ Belle Isle Restaurant & Brew Pub
Oct. 5: Wichita, KS @  Fisch Haus
Oct. 6: Kansas City, MO @ The Westport Saloon
Oct. 7: Parkville, MO @ House Show (contact for details)
Oct. 8: Columbia, MO @ Cafe Berlin
Oct. 9: Ames, IA @ DG’s Tap House
Oct. 10: Fairfield, IA @ The Arbor Bar
Oct. 11: Iowa City @ House Show (contact for details)
Oct. 12: Chicago, IL @ The Elbo Room
Oct. 13: Argos, IN @ J’s Pub
Oct. 14: Canton, OH @ Buzzbin
Oct. 15: Cuyahoga Falls, OH @ Studio 2091 Mothersbaugh-Roos
Oct. 16: Athens, OH @ House Show (contact for details)
Oct. 17: Louisville, KY @ Gerstle’s
Oct. 18: TBD @ TBD
Oct. 19: Murfreesboro, TN Boro Bar & Grill
Oct. 21: Springfield, MO @ Lindbergs Bar
Oct. 22: Tulsa, OK @ Soundpony Bar (early show 5-7 HH!)
Oct. 23: OKC, OK @ Grandad’s Bar
Oct. 24: DFW, TX @ TBD
Oct. 25: Austin, TX @ The Blackheart
Oct. 26: Marfa, TX @ El Cosmico
Oct. 27: El Paso, TX @ Monarch

This video/interview recently came out on OPB Stagepass… enjoy!

Dustin Hamman’s “Beneath The Harvest Sky” Soundtrack Pre-order, CD Release Show

Run On Sentence - "Beneath The Harvest Moon Soundtrack"

The frontman to Run On Sentence, Dustin Hamman, has created a compelling soundtrack for one very impressive coming-of-age genre film set to open in a few weeks, Beneath The Harvest Sky, featuring actors Caillan McAuliffe (The Great Gatsby), Emory Cohen (Place Beyond The Pines), and Aidan Gillen (Game Of Thrones).

The soundtrack is now available for pre-order!

Portlanders, be sure to catch Run On Sentence at The Doug Fir this Sunday Mar 16th with Casey Neill & The  Norway Rats and Paleo.
The instrumental music composed for this film sketches out a very tender and sacred space. It is the sound of lonesome pioneers, subsisting on very little. Half of it sounds like fur trappers blowing on their hands to keep warm in a barn without heat. The other half of the music is the opposite of that: fueled by cheap cans of beer crushed under the feet of a band playing in a ditch for a small-town party. The music bursts from moments of euphoria to moments of reverence. Old church pianos are dusted-off and brought to life to merge in a gracious harmony with thrift-store organs. The pieces have a crystalline structure. They have a strength to their construction but they can also be blown away by a too-strong breath. The sound is dirty at times, dirty like the hands of the harvest workers. It’s a well- earned dirtiness, of old guitars plugged in the wrong way and punished rather than played.

Novi Split’s NEW EP: If Not This, Then What

David Jerkovich is switched ON.  Seven years since his masterpiece Pink In The Sink, David is back in the saddle, this time with the backing of his ringer friends. It’s really good, nourishing music–the kind you’d happily pay for– and this coming Tuesday, he’s giving it away. Bookmark it! 

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Tracklist:

1. You Got Served

2. Stupid

3. Hold Tight

4. Hollow Notes

5. Young Girls

6. Clay Pigeons