New Washtenaw music in the time of quarantine: Volume 3


Washtenaw music in the time of quaratine: Volume 3

Another round of new releases from Washtenaw County musicians in the age of quarantine. (These are all studio recordings or professionally shot videos; visit our mini-guide on livestreams by local artists here.)

Volume one is here.

Volume two is here.

Volume three is below featuring music from Sean Curtis Patrick, Vulfpeck, Linen Ray, Anna Burch, Stormy Chromer, and Andrew Brown's Djangophonic.

Prolific ambient-electronic artist Sean Curtis Patrick is cranking out meditative music during the quarantine from his Ann Arbor home studio.


A new Vulfpeck single to promote the new vinyl-only compilation Vulf Vault 001: Antwaun Stanley, featuring all the singer's features on one record.


Folk-rockers Linen Ray has released five songs from its April 25, 2017, concert at The Ark.


Former Ypsilanti resident and current Detroiter Anna Burch released her second album of dreamy indie-pop on April 3.


Local jam band Stormy Chromer is posting high-quality excerpts every Sunday from past live concerts on its YouTube channel.


Andrew Brown's Djangophonic released a live mini-album recorded at the Riviera Theater and The Blue LLama Jazz Club. You can view video from the Blue LLama gig here.

Christopher Porter is a library technician and the editor of Pulp.