Considering the topic that this album discusses from start to finish (emotional abuse), the album is amazing in how much restraint even the anger and darkness sounds. Albums like this are the kind that doesn't need to scream in order to startle or even hurt.
Dig a Pit is an autobiography based on a personal experience of intimate partner violence. It focuses on the psychologically damaging impact of narcissistic abuse, an elusive form of emotional abuse rooted in manipulation, control, well-concealed cruelty, and humiliation. Each song examines different stages of recovery, including the process of healing from gaslighting, trauma bonding, and victimization to practices of self-protection and honoring anger.
released May 10, 2019
Cover Photographer - sasha kelley
Drums - Sheridan Riley
Bass - Luke Bergman
Keyboardist - Aaron Otheim
Cellist - Lori Goldston
Violinist - Austin Larkin
Mastering Engineer - Mell Dettmer
Co-producer & SoundEngineer - Kenneth M. Piekarski
Recorded at Weird Signals - Seattle,Washington
Physical records produced by Cruisin Records
Physcial cassettes produced by Ratskin Records
Deep Thank you to Pam Residencies,
Mickey D, Clyde Peterson,Theo Hilton,& Darby Cox
they picked the cotton that saved the world. that picked cotton propelled u.s. economy; a unique capitalist setup. (though anglo saxon colonizers are not unique.) so many pop stars and hip hop billboard mainstays trumpet u.s. capitalism ad nauseam; or escapism & distraction.
"Don't Die," also powerful.
"i don't believe they lies. don't believe their truth, need they heads for proof" -- that's direct and powerful. Jeremy Leaming