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Andrew Rinehart


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    Rose Gold
  2. 2.
    They Say
  3. 3.
    Growing Pain
  4. 4.
    Off on a Roll with a Soul
  5. 5.
    Famous Blue Raincoat
First active musically as a teenager in Louisville’s underground hardcore scene, Rinehart's first band Flight Nineteen played with seminal underground acts like At The Drive In, Joan of Arc, Avail, Hot Water Music, and By The Grace Of God.
His first solo album “Memories Are Hunting Horns," released in 2010 under the pseudonym “Saredren Wells”, showcased a new and very different direction, situating him alongside off-kilter folk artists like Bill Callahan, Daniel Johnston, & Bonnie “Prince” Billy.
Relocating to New York City, Rinehart then co-founded both The Body Actualized Center, a DIY arts space in Brooklyn, and the "new age boy band" Splash, whom he toured the US with in the Summer of 2012. Turning his attention back to solo work in 2013, Rinehart released “The Funeral Home Sessions,” a 3-song EP of tributes to other artists (Fugazi's Ian Mackaye, Neil Young, & folk legend Elizabeth Cotten).
Most recently Rinehart released "Nothing/Everything,” a 15-song double album LP released on LA's Buddyhead Records. In turn melancholy and magnanimous, the LP's 15 songs highlight RInehart's chameleon-like talent for genre hopping.
A subsequent single released last year ("Protect") , and a soon-to-be-released series of singles promises to unveil Rinehart's latest metamorphosis.


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