July 1st, 2015
Andrew Becker has recently completed work on the second Human Potential record.
The album, entitled “How To Get Where You Want To Go”, will be released by What Delicate on October 20th, 2015.
June 3rd, 2014
“Heartbreak Record”, the debut full-length from Andrew Becker’s solo project, Human Potential, is now available.
We’ve also got some vinyl LPs for sale. These come with a download card and a gratis copy of the Screens album, “Dead House”, because we just don’t give a care.
Buy stuff here!
April 21st, 2014
April 13th, 2014
“Rounded Hours”, the lead track off of Human Potential’s “Heartbreak Record” is streaming here. Take a listen…or don’t.
What Delicate is elated to announce that we will be releasing the first record by Human Potential, the solo project of Screens and Medications drummer, Andrew Becker. The album, entitled “Heartbreak Record” will be out this spring on vinyl as well as in them there digital stores. Stay tuned for details.
Deleted Scenes are releasing their second full-length, “Young People’s Church of the Air” on Sockets Records.
It’s really good. Buy it…then see them on tour.
“Dead House”, the first full-length from Screens is out now!
Cop your digital tracks on iTunes, Amazon or eMusic. Procure some vinyl at our shop.
What Delicate is please to announce that we will be releasing, “Dead House”, the first full-length from Screens, on May 17th.
“Dead House” was produced by L. Skell and features Andrew Becker on drums.
Andrew Becker is currently drumming for a band called Screens. Screens is finishing up their first full-length with L. Skell (The Rude Staircase), who is producing/mixing/engineering. The album was also engineered with the help of Nick Krill of The Spinto Band. Stay tuned.
New release! “Birdseed Shirt” by Deleted Scenes. It’s awfully fantastic.
Introducing Fantastic Magic from San Diego, California.
Their 7″ recording of “Sea of Gold B/W “Jam and Yim” is now available.
What Delicate Recordings is pleased to announce the release of two albums this fall:
“Sookie Jump” by Eldridge Skell’s The Rude Staircase on September 11, 2007…
…and though we’re told we’ve got it all, the all we’ve got is freezing cold…” by Condor Moments.