PRESS RELEASE:
OUT NOW: New William Brittelle & Jordan Munson


New Amsterdam Records is excited to announce the full release of William Brittelle's Without Chasms and Jordan Munson's Until My Last. Both records were first released exclusive through the New Amsterdam Bandcamp subscription series, and are now available on all digital platforms.

Additionally, Brittelle's next album, Spiritual America, will see its West Coast premiere at Los Angeles's Hollywood Bowl on Sunday, Aug. 5 as part of an evening also featuring a collaboration between Bon Iver and contemporary dance company TU DanceSpiritual America will be performed by an eight-piece chamber ensemble including indie rock duo Wye Oak, who contribute vocals and percussion throughout, and members of the Grammy-nominated and NYC-based orchestra Metropolis Ensemble. Information and tickets available here.

The work was also recently featured by The Nation's David Hajdu, who wrote: "William Brittelle has drawn from classical music, punk rock, and electronica to produce music that is at once free-ranging and a thrill to experience." It will be released in early 2019 on New Amsterdam featuring Wye Oak, the full Metropolis Ensemble orchestra, and Brooklyn Youth Chorus.


About the NewAm Bandcamp Subscription:

For the first time ever, you can get all New Amsterdam Records albums as they are released, plus a selection of releases from our groundbreaking back catalog.

Join today and you’ll receive the following:

► Siren Islands - the new album from Pakistan-born, Brooklyn-based composer and performer Arooj Aftab (proclaimed by New York Times's Seth Colter Walls as "easily one of my favorite releases from the first half of this year" and part of NewAm’s new Windmill Series).

► Until My Last – the new album (and NewAm debut) from Indianapolis-based composer, performer, and multimedia artist Jordan Munson (praised byNew York Times's Seth Colter Walls as merging "acoustic melody and electronic rhythm with thrilling purpose").

► Without Chasms – the new electronic EP from composer William Brittelle, produced by Michael Hammond of No Lands.

► New albums from Aizuri Quartet, Robbie Lee and Mary Halvorson, Brooklyn Youth Chorus, and many others to come! We are expanding our release schedule with 14-16 releases next year.

On top of all that, you’ll also get some exclusive content intended only for our cherished subscribers, including live recordings and other special goodies! You’ll also get immediate access to a selection of back-catalog releases20% off everything in our store, and exclusive access to subscriber-only communications directly from the label, including news about forthcoming releases.