A Little Bit at a Time: Spacebomb Family Rarities

by Spacebomb

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High Hands 01:40
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Old Friends 02:57
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Boogie Bear 02:55
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Out of the blue, they bring it to you Tell me what you always tell me No one else tells me something new Out of the blue, I left the afternoon On the table by the morning Left the door wide open too Out of the blue, now turns to later soon But now could last a long time With a smile to hold on to With a word to hold on to With a world to hold on to Out of the blue
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Wild Life 02:09
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Late Lover 03:45
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‘A Little Bit at a Time’ is a celebration of our artists and a collage of what Spacebomb has become since its inception in 2011. It’s a time capsule in which artists from across Spacebomb’s label, management, publishing, and production divisions are all featured. And it’s a phrase that Spacebomb founder Matthew E. White has kept, written on a notecard in orange marker, at the center of his workplace and studio since before he ever had a real workplace or studio. “It’s a reminder to always invest in the long game,” White says. “Nothing happens at once, things are a result of many, many tiny decisions that build on each other to break down walls or open doors. I try to live and work with that in mind, but I think, especially in the music business where immediacy is so highly valued, it is extra important to continue to remind myself to not sacrifice immediacy for quality.”

It is natural, and has been the case, that Spacebomb is often covered exclusively as a record label. But since the beginning, Spacebomb has offered support to artists in a diverse range of ways. “We are, of course, a label, and are proud of that work,” White says. “But we also work with artists as a publisher, as management partners, as a production destination, and as a studio. It is our intention in this compilation to highlight all of those relationships, as that is a much more holistic way to take this family portrait.”

All proceeds from Bandcamp sales of the album and tracks will be passed along to the artists.

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released July 3, 2020

Art direction and design by Travis Robertson
Executive produced by Ben Baldwin, Dean Christesen, and Matthew E. White

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