Liminal was recorded & mixed by Dave Vettraino in Bridgeport across the street from Maria's in a (as far as I know) nameless law office. Overdubs were recorded by Cole Johnson and Corey Wichlin. Liminal was mastered by Greg Obis at Chicago Mastering Services.
At the time of this recording, Gentle Heat was David Algrim (Guitar and Vocals), Tim Mack (Drums), E. Smith (Guitar), Corey Wichlin (Bass). Cole Mitchell Johnson is featured on this recording playing synthesizers.
I love the noodley, math-rocky middle section of See Ya Later, and it’s probably the only reason I set it as my favorite. This whole album is solid af, and easily a 10/10.
I’m so sad to just now be getting into this genre of music. I happened upon it while listening to music on YouTube at work. For whatever reason, the YouTube algorithm decided Merchant Ships’ For Cameron should follow a Modest Mouse album I was listening to and I fell in love. William Bonney followed it directly afterward, and I immediately had to find and buy all the music I could find for either (as well as an unrelated, Alabama-based emo band, Camping in Alaska). It’s been a while since I got this into a band, much less 3 simultaneously. If anyone has any other recommendations, please reach out and let me know! Heath Brown