TRACK LISTING

1. King Of Carrot Flowers Pt. 1

2. King of Carrot Flowers Pts. 2 & 3

3. In The Aeroplane Over The Sea – Anna Field

4. Two-Headed Boy – Tyler Lyle

5. The Fool – Instrumental

6. Holland, 1945 – Tyler Lyle

7. Communist Daughter – Klark Sound

8. Oh, Comely – Claire Campbell, Klark Sound, Grace Bellury, Anna Field, Tyler Lyle

9. Ghost – Grace Bellury

10. [untitled]

11. Two-Headed Boy Pt. 2 – Claire Campbell

Featured original set by Tyler Lyle 
 

ABOUT THE ALBUM

In the Aeroplane Over the Sea is the second and final studio album by Neutral Milk Hotel, released on February 10, 1998. The classic Athens-bred album is predominantly indie rock and psychedelic folk and is characterized by an intentionally low-quality sound. Traditional indie rock instruments like the guitar and drums are paired with less conventional instruments like the singing saw and uilleann pipes. The lyrics are surrealistic and opaque, exploring themes that range from nostalgia to love. An important influence for the album was The Diary of a Young Girl, a book of writings from the diary of Anne Frank. 

ABOUT THE CURATOR

Tyler Lyle: Atlanta based songwriter and performer, Tyler Lyle makes music as himself; in the synth-pop duo The Midnight; and indie-folk band Smith, Lyle, Moore. 

 

Robby Handley: Bass player and music director mastermind, Robby Handley has curated over 40 ATL Collective shows since 2015. He has played with Lera Lynn, Faye Webster and Of Montreal – and houses his own music under the moniker Sleepy Guest.

THE LINE-UP

THANKS TO OUR SUPPORTING SPONSOR

THANKS TO OUR PRESERVATION SERIES SPONSORS

ABOUT THE COLLECTIVE

ATL Collective’s Preservation Series is a local music program wherein timeless albums are artfully covered by local musicians and artists, track-by-track in sequence, oftentimes with storytelling, original curated sets, and immersive elements. The show will raise funds for ATL Collective, a 501c3 non-profit enriching lives by uniting Atlanta’s music community and providing resources to sustain musical careers. ATL C seeks to build an ecosystem that celebrates the cultural vibrancy of Atlanta and connects undiscovered artists with new audiences.

For over 11 years, ATL Collective has reimagined over 80 timeless albums and built a significant connection hub for the Atlanta’s music community while doing so. Additionally ATL C, hosts Camp Collective which provides the relationships needed to holistically support working songwriters by creating an experience for personal, creative, and professional growth through mentored studio sessions, expert-led panels, and community-building forums. Finally, In 2021 ATL Collective also launched the With the Band Fund, a crisis fund for live musicians.

GRATITUDES

In 2023, ATL Collective was able to follow through on our strategic emphasis to expand revenue opportunities, build staffing capacity, and establish a content plan.

Additionally, we held a week-long songwriting camp, seven Preservation Series shows, and distributed support to musicians in need. Thank you for helping us get there. Here’s to a more impactful 2024!

CAMP

Campers & Producers: 52

Avg. New Connections: 20.5

Avg. Projects Completed: 2.5

Usefulness Rating (0-10): 8.9

SHOWS

Preservation Series Shows: 7

Musicians who received work & connections via ATL C shows: 80+

NEXT SHOW

Relive The Miseducation of Lauryn Hill on June 22nd at City Winery