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Stationary Odyssey split 7" with Pixies project


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Evansville, Ind.-based Stationary Odyssey—who have released two albums with Indy’s Joyful Noise Records—and a Pixies side project known as The Everybody are planning to release a split 7” but only if they can raise $2,275 by 10:00am Friday, Dec. 2. According to the project’s page, they’ve got $941 raised so far and the clock is ticking. The record will feature The Everybody’s song “Marooned” on Side A, and Side B will feature Stationary Odyssey’s trippy re-interpretation of the track, titled “Demon Oar” which, incidentally, is an anagram of “Marooned.”

Composed of Joey Santiago and David Lovering of the Pixies, in conjunction with producer Eddie Kramer, The Everybody are an instrumental rock project who released an album in 2009 called Avatar. Stationary Odyssey are an experimental, alt-rock band formed by Aaron Tanner and Brett Siler, and who’ve released two of their 11 releases through Joyful Noise.

If the project gets enough money to move forward, the Marooned/Demon Oar release will be done on a run of 300 white vinyl 7” records and packaged in a limited edition wooden case with screen printed art by Ryan Grisham of fellow Hoosier indie band Mock Orange. Apparently, a pledge of as little as $10 earns the pledge-ee a copy of the release and a digital download card. For more information or to place an order, visit the project’s page at


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