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mems of Cursive, Hot Water Music, Small Brown Bike, Indian Summer & more on new comp (download Tim Kasher’s track)

by Andrew Sacher

Tim Kasher in Brooklyn in 2012 (more by Ryan Muir)
Cursive

Old Point Light Records’ “Fourward” series is a series of compilation albums that benefit the American Cancer Society and Johns Hopkins Myositis Center. The third installment is out now and features rare and previously-unreleased material from Cursive frontman Tim Kasher, Hot Water Music frontman Chuck Ragan, Travis Dopp of Small Brown Bike, Gordon Withers of Office of Future Plans, Dischord supergroup Alarms & Controls, ex-Indian Summer duo Ghost Trees and more.

UPDATE: As a commenter pointed out, Chuck Ragan is actually on volume two.

You can stream it on Spotify and purchase it on iTunes, and a free download of Tim Kasher’s contribution, “This Again,” is premiering in this post. It’s a pretty stripped down song as far as Tim Kasher contributions go, but even with minimal layering his unmistakable theatricality is all over it. Check it out.

Meanwhile, Cursive are reissuing The Ugly Organ and playing with a cellist on their upcoming tour that’s set to pull heavily from the Ugly Organ era. That tour hits NYC on March 10 & 11 at Bowery Ballroom. Tickets for those shows are still available. Tim’s other band The Good Life are touring too but not hitting NYC.

Stream Tim’s new track and download it for free below…

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