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Career trajectories are rarely linear or make logical sense. Life is always unpredictable so all you can do is put in good work and keep at it. Joh Chase is a testament to this. Over the past two decades, the Seattle-raised, Los Angeles-based artist has persistently honed their songwriting and toured, opening for acts like Noah Gunderson and David Bazan. This dedication comes out entirely in their songs, which are so timeless, confident, and inviting they can only come from someone who's devoted their whole life to their craft. Chase's new album SOLO feels like a turning point for them: it's the culmination of a lifetime of writing, losing, loving, and doing it all yourself. The LP adventurously toes the line between genres and sensibilities but it's all filtered through Chase's charming and fully-formed vision. SOLO is a testament to Chase's do-it-yourself ethos throughout their entire career-they chipped away, self-funded tours, and crowdfunded this LP. But by finding their voice, they now no longer feel alone. "This is the most support I've ever had in my life," says Chase. "I do not feel alone at all. There's so much energy and generosity here around these songs." Though it's not their debut, SOLO feels like a reinvention for an artist: a daring reintroduction for a timeless talent. "I spent my life making music and trying to do it about 10 different ways," says Chase. "Now this one feels like it. This album feels like a leveling-up of my music in general. When I look at it now, I realize this is the first record that's really me." "Mesmerizing, infectious, joyful, and heartbreaking; this is the best new album I've heard in a decade. Joh Chase has arrived." - Melissa Ferrick
Career trajectories are rarely linear or make logical sense. Life is always unpredictable so all you can do is put in good work and keep at it. Joh Chase is a testament to this. Over the past two decades, the Seattle-raised, Los Angeles-based artist has persistently honed their songwriting and toured, opening for acts like Noah Gunderson and David Bazan. This dedication comes out entirely in their songs, which are so timeless, confident, and inviting they can only come from someone who's devoted their whole life to their craft. Chase's new album SOLO feels like a turning point for them: it's the culmination of a lifetime of writing, losing, loving, and doing it all yourself. The LP adventurously toes the line between genres and sensibilities but it's all filtered through Chase's charming and fully-formed vision. SOLO is a testament to Chase's do-it-yourself ethos throughout their entire career-they chipped away, self-funded tours, and crowdfunded this LP. But by finding their voice, they now no longer feel alone. "This is the most support I've ever had in my life," says Chase. "I do not feel alone at all. There's so much energy and generosity here around these songs." Though it's not their debut, SOLO feels like a reinvention for an artist: a daring reintroduction for a timeless talent. "I spent my life making music and trying to do it about 10 different ways," says Chase. "Now this one feels like it. This album feels like a leveling-up of my music in general. When I look at it now, I realize this is the first record that's really me." "Mesmerizing, infectious, joyful, and heartbreaking; this is the best new album I've heard in a decade. Joh Chase has arrived." - Melissa Ferrick
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Solo
Artist: Joh Chase
Format: CD
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Career trajectories are rarely linear or make logical sense. Life is always unpredictable so all you can do is put in good work and keep at it. Joh Chase is a testament to this. Over the past two decades, the Seattle-raised, Los Angeles-based artist has persistently honed their songwriting and toured, opening for acts like Noah Gunderson and David Bazan. This dedication comes out entirely in their songs, which are so timeless, confident, and inviting they can only come from someone who's devoted their whole life to their craft. Chase's new album SOLO feels like a turning point for them: it's the culmination of a lifetime of writing, losing, loving, and doing it all yourself. The LP adventurously toes the line between genres and sensibilities but it's all filtered through Chase's charming and fully-formed vision. SOLO is a testament to Chase's do-it-yourself ethos throughout their entire career-they chipped away, self-funded tours, and crowdfunded this LP. But by finding their voice, they now no longer feel alone. "This is the most support I've ever had in my life," says Chase. "I do not feel alone at all. There's so much energy and generosity here around these songs." Though it's not their debut, SOLO feels like a reinvention for an artist: a daring reintroduction for a timeless talent. "I spent my life making music and trying to do it about 10 different ways," says Chase. "Now this one feels like it. This album feels like a leveling-up of my music in general. When I look at it now, I realize this is the first record that's really me." "Mesmerizing, infectious, joyful, and heartbreaking; this is the best new album I've heard in a decade. Joh Chase has arrived." - Melissa Ferrick
        
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