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“Conversations” – ALL PEOPLE release new song

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New Orleans, Louisiana’s ALL PEOPLE have teamed with Impose Magazine to premiere “Conversations” a new track from their upcoming second full length, Learn Forget Repeat. The dynamic song displays All People‘s knack for taking disparate styles and combining them to create their inviting sound.  In addition to premiering “Conversations” Impose conducted an interview with All People members and Community Records co-founders, Greg Rodrigue and Daniel “D-Ray” Ray, to discuss the new album and the band’s unique outlook.

Learn Forget Repeat is due out May 5th on vinyl and digital from Community Records in partnership with Asian Man Records, as well as a limited cassette release from Broken World Media.  The album is now available for preorder from Asian Man Records and Community Records.  After numerous performances at SXSW, All People are continuing their relentless touring schedule with U.S. tour dates throughout April which include appearances at Bufu Records Fest, and Broken World Media Fest.
All People are a four piece band out of New Orleans, Louisiana who are committed to taking their sounds and ideas beyond the reaches of their hometown.  Learn Forget Repeat is the band’s second full-length album of organ driven melodic post-punk, and will be released on their own DIY label — Community Records, in conjunction with Asian Man Records & Broken World Media.  Learn Forget Repeat invokes some of the diverse and aggressive sounds of the early ‘90s — taking influence from Fugazi and late-era Jawbreaker along with melody and chord structure absorbed from their hometown.
The album was recorded at the Living Room Studio in New Orleans, and was engineered by James Whitten (Thou, The Body, A Wilhelm Scream) and was mastered by Jamal Ruhe at West West Side Studio.  Robert Landry (drummer) and Greg Rodrigue (bassist / vocalist) form one of the tighter rhythm sections in their city with great tone and pace allowing Daniel “D-Ray” Ray (organ / trombone / vocals) and former member and studio guitarist Zach Quinn to go on explosive tangents.
All People‘s music and message extends beyond the stage and studio with Greg and D-Ray co-founding New Orleans based DIY label Community Records in 2008.  The label was named amongst the best labels of 2014 by Impose Magazine and its roster boasts many talented up-and-coming acts such as Caddywhompus, Pope, Sun Hotel, Woozy, as well as working with Donovan Wolfington, Native America and many others on their releases.
In addition to the band’s members being committed to sharing quality music with the world via Community Records, All People take their energetic live show on the road in the most environmentally responsible way possible.  The band travel from show to show via an eco-friendly diesel engine van that is powered by waste vegetable oil and has completed over 150 tour dates since summer of 2013.  With the band’s extensive 2015 touring schedule, the veggie van is likely to log quite a few more miles.

Tour Dates:

4/03 Sea Bright, NJ @ 1184 Ocean Ave
4/04 New York, NY @ Suburbia w/ Safety & Broadcaster
4/06 Pittsburgh, PA @ Mr. Roboto Project
4/08 Oberlin, OH @ Windy Pines
4/09 Detroit, MI @ The Sanctuary
4/10 Grand Rapids, MI @ The Quad
4/11 Kalamazoo, MI @ Louie’s Trophy House
4/12 Chicago, IL @ Gnarnia
4/13 Springfield, IL @ Black Sheep Cafe
4/14 Indianpolis, IN @ Indy Hostel
4/15 Bloomington, IN @ Kroger Castle
4/16 Carbondale, IL @ The Swamp
4/17 Nashville, TN @ Exponent Manor
4/18 Knoxville, TN @ Long Branch Saloon
4/19 Greensboro, NC @ TBA
4/20 Raleigh, NC @ Slim’s
4/21 Richmond, VA @ Heckingers
4/22 Middletown, NY @ House of 1000 Couches
4/23 Purchase, NY @ The Stood
4/24 Boston, MA @ PGC (Bufu Records Fest)
4/25 North Haven, CT @ Broken World Media Fest
4/28 Birmingham, AL @ TBA
5/8 New Orleans, LA @ One Eyed Jacks (Album Release w/ Ava Luna, Pope, Boyfriend Material, Melters)

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