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  • "Beatmaker" re-release
    Compact Disc (CD) + Digital Album

    We released this on Valentine's Day 2013 under our original band name, "Progress," and ran out of copies! So we printed some new ones with our new band name. Pretty sweet. You can order one here and we'll mail it to you! It still comes with our super ghetto-sweet DIY artwork. Price includes shipping to continental USA.

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Beatmaker 04:36
Strut 07:32
Meltdown 07:14


Recorded in two days after just over a year of playing billions and billions of live shows. Features original music from some of Austin, Texas' most in-demand young musicians, drawing on influences as diverse as Parliament/Funkadelic, Soundgarden, Weather Report, and Maurice Ravel.


released February 12, 2013

Recorded on October 28 and 29, 2012, at Yellow Dog Studios in Austin, TX. Engineered by Matt Meli. Produced by Brian Donohoe with Matthew Muehling and Nicholas Clark. Artwork by Brian Donohoe and Chris McQueen. All music performed by Daniel Watson, Nicholas Clark, Carter Arrington, Matthew Muehling, Paul Deemer, and Brian Donohoe. Mastered by Dave Collins.


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Progger Austin, New York

What began as a jam session in Austin has become a tri-coastal collection of unusually gifted musicians dedicated to making uncompromising individualistic music. Nasty beats, pretty chords, haunting melodies, and spontaneous improvisation have earned Progger a global following. ... more

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