Magnet has shared the video for “Machinery”, the second single from Jason Loewenstein’s upcoming LP Spooky Action. When talking about “Machinery” Loewenstein said,” ‘Machinery’ is the classic scenario of man desperately seeking relief from a world gone mad. Trying to avoid being ground up like hamburger in the machinery of the world or your own mind.” Prior to “Machinery”, Jason released the track entitled “Superstitious” on Brooklyn Vegan. Spooky Action is out 6/16 on Joyful Noise Recordings.
Jason Loewenstein has been a major force behind lo-fi pioneers Sebadoh ever since their pivotal 1991 record, “III”. Along with fellow partner in crime Lou Barlow, Loewenstein has co-created some of the most influential releases in indie-rock, including the pivotal 90’s albums “Smash Your Head on the Punk Rock”, “Bubble & Scrape”, and “Bakesale”.
Way back in 2002 Jason Loewenstein released his first solo album “At Sixes And Sevens” via Sub Pop. Now 15 years later, the follow-up has finally arrived. Spooky Action contains 13 new songs of unwavering rock. The self-recorded, self-produced album is as solidly engaging as anything in Loewenstein’s formative lineage.