Never Mix, Never Worry (7​-​inch)

by The Sour Notes

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    released 12 September 2009
    A - Never Mix, Never Worry
    B - Rose Puzzles
    DD - Instrumental

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“Never Mix, Never Worry” is a 7-inch containing two songs previously unreleased by The Sour Notes, recorded shortly after the band embarked on their very first East Coast tour in the winter of 2009. The 7-inch was multitrack recorded by Jared Boulanger, Chris Page and Kayla Croft at home and after hours at KVRX Studios in Austin, TX. Drums for both tracks were recorded by Steve Christensen at The Treehouse in Houston, where the songs were also mixed. It was mastered by Joe LaPorta at The Lodge in Manhattan and was orginally released on turquoise-marble vinyl on September 12, 2009 accompanied by a bonus track titled “Instrumental”. Original cover art illustrated by Jared Boulanger.


released September 12, 2009

Words by Jared Boulanger
Vocals by Jared Boulanger
Guitars by Chris Page & Jared Boulanger
Bass by Brandi Dipietro
Drums by Travis Hackett
Keys / Synth by Chris Page & Jared Boulanger

Screenprinting by
Design by Jared Paul Boulanger



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Austin, Texas band The Sour Notes are known for their cross-genre, DIY aesthetic, self-releasing five albums, three 7-inch records and a cassette. They have toured nationally over ten times, making appearances at CMJ, SXSW, NXNE, Fun Fun Fun Fest, Free Press Summer Fest and have shared stages with such diverse bands as The Dandy Warhols, Of Montreal, Foxygen, Future Islands and Daniel Johnston. ... more

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