AEMMP Records Celebrates First Release of Spring Semester

After months of working tirelessly to raise AEMMP awareness, create relationships with new artists and having a very successful and extremely well attended showcase at South By Southwest, AEMMP Records is set to release a brand new split EP on April 23, 2015.


The EP, “Things and Stuff” features The Sea Empty who is a full piece folk rock band and singer song writer, and AEMMP veteran, Scott Nadeau. The Sea Empty, a three piece including Dennis Huston, Rick Nitz, and Teddy Thornhill, based locally in Chicago. According to the band their calling to make music ‘with a futuristic spin to folk/noise rock with a dash of alt-country, a spoonful of retro 80's, and a whole lot of guitar.’ All of The Sea Empty are audio engineers so they know a good sound when they hear, so “Things & Stuff” is no expection.


Scott Nadeau, a singer songwriter and a regular in the Chicago music scene, hails from Rockford, Michigan. He is constantly playing around the city and has mastered his own originals and many amazing cover songs. His influences include John Mayer, Dallas Green, Benfolds and more.


This Split EP is going to rock,” Nadeau said. “The Sea Empty is a great band that has some amazing songs on the record. As for my music, I think it's some of my strongest songwriting and I'm very excited to share it with everybody!”


“Things & Stuff” came straight from the depths AEMMP Records and is going to be a great addition the catalogue bot both Nadeau, The Sea Empty and AEMMP Records. Each artist features two songs that have been recorded and mixed at Jay’s Garage by Thomas Thornhill and Jason Schmidt and mastered at Rax Trax by Andy Shoemaker.


Join us on April 22, 2015 at the Conaway Center, 1104 S. Wabash, for a one-of-a-kind event to celebrate the release of this EP, AEMMP Records and to hear some great music. The lineup include The Sea Empty, Scott Nadeau, Out The Car Window and David Cline. Doors open at 6:30 p.m and is free for Columbia students. For more information visit | |


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