Audio: Jason Lowenstein – Machinery

Jason Lowenstein is streaming “Machinery” off of his upcoming album Spooky Action, out June 16, 2017 via Joyful Noise below.

Loewenstein said:

Machinery is the classic scenario of man desperately seeking relief from a world gone mad. Trying to avoid being ground up like hamburger in the machinery of the world or your own mind.”

Jason Loewenstein has been a major force behind lo-fi pioneers Sebadoh ever since their pivotal 1991 record, III. Along with fellow partner in crime Lou Barlow, Loewenstein has co-created some of the most influential releases in indie-rock, including the pivotal 90’s albums Smash Your Head on the Punk Rock, Bubble & Scrape, and Bakesale.

Way back in 2002, Jason Loewenstein released his first solo album At Sixes And Sevens via Sub Pop. Now 15 years later, the follow-up has finally arrived. Spooky Action contains 13 new songs of unwavering rock. The self-recorded, self-produced album is as solidly engaging as anything in Loewenstein’s formative lineage.

Spooky Action Tracklisting
01: Intro
02: The One
03: Navigate
04: Machinery
05: Correction
06: Dead
07: Sunset One
08: New Rocker
09: Superstitious
10: The Fuck Out
11: Hey Hey
12: Fall Into a Line
13: Light The Room