Cloud People, Yung Coyote perform at Endless Summer Fest 2019

August 9, 2019

August 9 & 10, 2019

Cloud People and Yung Coyote return to Paradise Lakes for a live performance out in moonlit Pine Barrens, in the blueberry capitol of the world—Hammonton, NJ.

Sam Was presents electronic artists on his Disco Fusion late night stage, deeper into the forest, beyond the main stage. Yung Coyote and Cloud People take over the sound system with Sam Was on Friday and Saturday midnight till dawn.

More details: Endless Summer Fest Facebook event page.

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Batona 2019

January 29, 2019

Thanks for looking.

New music and video to be.

2019 will sound as good as we wish the headlines were.

Before spring warms New Jersey.

And before the Republicans finally fall.

With Hope,
Batona Music

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Batona 2016

January 1, 2017

Batona efforts that happened in 2016, from New Jersey to you.

Cloud People

Cloud People's Evan Wilder has been active expanding Pine Barrens field recordings in both series Hit Record and Long Shits. Hear and see them below.

Hit Record 2016 field recordings:
8 • April Evening Bay Sounds
9 • At Evan's Bridge With KD
10 • All Hallow's Eve At Carranza Memorial
11 • December Swamp Stream
12 • Late Autumn Snow Falling On Dead Leaves

Full playlist:
Long Shits by Evan Wilder 2016 videos:
31 • Crows At Absegami
33 • Eno's Pond In May
34 • November Supermoon Rising Over A Medford Backroad
35 • Sirius Slides Across December Sky
Full playlist starting at 2016's efforts:

At Work

Work continues on a New Jersey Statewide Tour which "has been sporadically underway due to financial and tragic interruption".

Progress can be seen here: From The Past To You .


A CD is left to be found or not, somewhere in New Jersey.

Also in 2016, we had the release of A Thousand Blended Notes, which is only to be played again in spring.

At Work - "A Very Slow Collapse" - PATH20

Messier Object

Signals have been received. A change in course has been detected. Will Messier Object deliver a new recording?

Floods

Quiet and still, like frozen swamps.

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