lone oak

by The New Honey Shade

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The New Honey Shade - Lone Oak

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Lone Oak was themed from a series of found 35mm cross-processed film negatives. They revealed the faded images of a tiny Oklahoma Baptist church "Lone Oak". Although the photographer is unknown and location unclear, it is thought to be somewhere near the prairie town of Pawhuska, OK.


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The work is dedicated to Caleb Reed.

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released August 3, 2016

Sound + Production
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Electric Guitar (Fender Stratocaster)
Acoustic Guitar (Stella)
Bowed Banjo
Pump Organ
Yamaha SK-30 Analog Synthezier
Korg DW8000 Synthezier
1/4" Tape Loops
Processed Vocals
78rpm Vinyl Record Loops (sampled using a sewing needle through a red plastic cup)


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Special thanks to:

Storm Sternad for elec guitar work on "no more hills" with me and for bringin over the BIue Sky.
Zoey Hughes 78rpm french vinyl sampled on "chinquapin waltz" during Living Arts New Arts camp 2016.
Kelsey Menz voice sampled on "Heavener Runstone" was sampled during Living Arts New Arts camp 2016.
And a special thank you to Caleb Reed, who has been a close friend and never ceases to inspire.

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The New Honey Shade Tulsa, Oklahoma

Mark Daniel Kuykendall (July 7, 1981) is an Oklahoman artist, musician, and producer. Kuykendall’s work is generally characterized by his production style of melding electronically manipulated field recordings with dusty attic 8mm films. Kuykendall’s hushed vignettes combined with custom tweaked analog synthesizers and occasionally his crisp vocals creates his unmistakable collage of soft tones. ... more

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