OUT RIGHT NOW…NOIZE INDEX’S DRONE LP
A big thank you to David Wright Lagrone for making this album become possible. You’ve inspired me in many ways, I hope you know that. However it is an honor to finally have some of my craft published by a local but international record label. Be sure to check out the other fine artists on this label and stay tuned!
The entirety of the eighth installment to the archives. Bryan Burnett dives into new playgrounds with his electronic arsenal. Each composition was recorded/programmed and composed under experimental influences from modern ambient artists alike. An avalanche of content will be rolled out over the next four years as I take my project to newer places, and collaborate with many creative people that I’ve encountered over my journey into the Electronic music scene. There will be more video content coming to my channel including live concerts, sessions, behind the scenes, and much more. Stay tuned via the link comm below! Be sure to check out my album and remember sharing is caring!
d/a73 imprint found genesis in 1994 as a zine and vinyl record label. The first release was aiding Little Rock, Arkansas’ File Thirteen Records put out the Thumbnail “The Sound of…” LP. Next d/a73, or Double Agent 73 as it was then known, aided in the release of the Serotonin “While I Breathe I Hope” EP. The last recording on vinyl to be released was the Harriet the Spy “God Gave Us Music and the Courage to Sing” 10” EP.
Entropy sets in.
The next string of records came out in 2001, the 5 Spoonbender records. 2005 saw the label changing format, philosophy and even name (to d/a73). Contained as a website, d/a73 began distributing all of its records for free, with artists such as Clutter, Susan Matthews, Lone Logician, 1000 Aeroplanes Crashing in the Night, Syntheteque, Sideways and Sugar, Faun, Taihen Ziko and The Sony AllStar.
Entropy sets in.
Present Day: d/a73 imprint is reconstituted with its back catalog, and, just as importantly, new artists such as Tony Gerber, Drowning the Virgin Silence, Luciano Parra and more to be announced.
Someday, entropy will set in again. This year marks the 20th anniversary of d/a73, from a tiny zine made in Colorado Springs, Colorado to, um, me sitting here at a computer in Nashville, Tennessee. d/a73 is a thread throughout my life, a source of great friendships and memories. I hope you enjoy the recordings.
David Wright LaGrone.
curator, d/a73 imprint