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Comprised of New Zealand-born Tamaryn, who provides soft girlish vocals, and guitarist Rex John Shelverton, who does the instrumentation and plays the role of producer, Tamaryn (the band) revel in the lush atmospherics of shoegaze and dream pop. After meeting in New York in the early 2000s, Shelverton and Tamaryn relocated to San Francisco. They released two 7” records (Weather War and Mild Confusion/Light Shadows) and the Led Astray Washed Ashore EP before starting work on their debut album, The Waves, released in the autumn of 2010 on Mexican Summer. For 2012’s Tender New Signs, Tamaryn and Shelverton married The Waves’ soft atmospheres with more structured songwriting.

mexican summer celebrates five years

Mexican Summer Five Years Festival Announced

This fall marks the five-year anniversary of Mexican Summer, the independent record label operating out of Greenpoint, Brooklyn alongside its extended family Software Recording Co., Gary’s Electric recording studio and the CO-OP 87 record store.

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Mexican Summer Announces Five Year Celebration with Festival & Commemorative Book with Exclusive 10" EP

Mexican Summer Announce Five Year Celebration

This fall marks the five-year anniversary of Mexican Summer, the independent record label operating out of Greenpoint, Brooklyn alongside its extended family Software Recording Co., Gary’s Electric recording studio and the CO-OP 87 record store.

Read More