OUT NOW: ShoutHouse's 'CityScapes'



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Cityscapes is the new album from New York City-based band ShoutHouse. The record is available exclusively through New Amsterdam’s Bandcamp subscription as part of the Windmill Series, a digitally-focused set of releases for subscribers in addition to our existing release schedule. Subscribe today to receive the album which will be released on all other platforms on June 7, 2019.

Cityscapes is the first full-length album from the New York City-based, eclectic powerhouse band ShoutHouse. ShoutHouse is a collaboration between more than 25 artists, including four composers, five rappers, three jazz soloists, and more than a dozen classical musicians. Each track on Cityscapes reflects on a different time, space, or story in New York's history. Running in chronological order from the first track "Mannahatta" to the last track "Rebuild", Cityscapes is a journey from New York's prehistoric roots to its imagined future. The project is directed by composer Will Healy, who also composed the majority of the tracks on the album.

Track listing:

1. Mannahatta (07:33) watch live music video
2. Hudson Drone (09:01)
3. Grand Central (08:56)
4. For Those Who Look Up (04:42)
5. Ancient Tools (09:16)
6. ANTS (05:31)
7. Rebuild (07:20)
8. Lizards (07:15) (Subscriber Exclusive Bonus Track)

live music video for the opening track "Mannahatta" ft. Nuri Hazzard



Directed by Will Healy

Will Healy (track 1, 2, 3, 6, 7)
Aaron Ewing (track 4)
Jesse Greenberg (track 5)

Akinyemi, MC
Leah Asher, violist
Megan Atchley, violinist
Luiz Bacchi, bassist
Kelley Barnett, flutist
Sofia Basile, violist
Alex Burtzos, conductor
Mikkel Christensen, editor
Majel Connery, vocalist
Chris Connors (Concrete Sound), mastering engineer
Bush Tea, MC
Aaron Ewing, composer and drummer
Drew Forde, violist
Jack Frerer, recording engineer, editor
Alex Goldberg, editor
Izzy Gleicher, flutist
Grand Kid, guitarist
Jesse Greenberg, composer and pitched percussionist
Jack Gulielmetti, guitarist
Maria Hadge, cellist
Olivia Harris, cellist
Daniel Hass, cellist
Nuri Hazzard, MC
Will Healy, director, composer, and pianist
Maassai, MC
Cameron MacIntosh, drummer
Allison Mase, violinist
John McGuire, bassist
George Meyer, violinist
Linda Numagami, violist
Adè Ra, MC
Philip Sheegog, cellist
Lauren Siess, violist
Andrew Sommer, bassist
Spiritchild, MC
Connell Thompson, saxophonist
Mosa Tsay, cellist
David Valbuena, clarinetist and bass clarinetist
Tyler Wood, mixing engineer
Fanny Wyrick-Flax, flutist
Hannah Zazzaro, vocalist