June IND featured in Theme Attic’s New Music Showcase June 8 on 89.3 WHFR.FM

Music from Lafayette, Indiana rock band June IND’s album There Are No Words will make its radio debut on Phil Maq’s Theme Attic on 89.3 WHFR.FM on Wednesday, June 8, 2022.

Theme Attic airs from 12:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. EDT.

Tune in to 89.3 WHFR.FM in the Dearborn-Detroit area, ask Alexa or Siri to find the station for you, download the WHFR app or stream the show at https://www.whfr.fm/streamer/.

More at https://philmaq.com/2022/06/its-the-2022-spring-new-music-showcase-3-wednesday-on-theme-attic-12pm-4pm-edt/.

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Based in Lafayette: ‘No Words’ for new June IND tracks

Lafayette-based band June IND took a new approach on its latest album, recording songs from the past decade as fresh instrumentals. “There Are No Words” – titled appropriately enough – came out Friday on the streaming sites, with proceeds from sales through Bandcamp going to Pride Lafayette through June.

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It’s Bandcamp Friday! Grab or gift music from June IND, support Pride Lafayette

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On the first Friday of every month from March 2020 through December 2021 (and then some more in 2022), Bandcamp waived its revenue share to support artists. June IND passed the value on to Greater Lafayette area organizations addressing issues related to arts access, diversity, education, the environment, equality, homelessness, human rights, hunger and social justice. Bandcamp Fridays may be over, but June IND will continue these efforts through July 2022.

For June 3, 2022, June IND’s Bandcamp Friday sales will support Pride Lafayette for Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender and Queer (LGBTQ) Pride Month. Grab or gift June IND’s music today to support Pride Lafayette’s mission to educate and promote awareness of diversity, health, culture and acceptance of individuals based on sexual orientation and gender identity.


There Are No Words: June IND to release album June 3


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There Are No Words: June IND to release album June 3

Album artwork for June IND’s album There Are No Words features Heart Horse by mixed media artist Brandon Ahnert.

Lafayette, Indiana rock band June IND is scheduled to release There Are No Words on Friday, June 3. The thirteen-track compilation album of instrumental mixes will be available on Bandcamp and all music streaming platforms.

“Music-wise, it will be familiar to our folks,” says June IND percussionist Emily Larimer. “It’s a great showcase of the work we’ve put in crafting music for our songs; layering instruments and melodies. The songs sound cool with vocals, but they hold their own without them too. We hope this effort gives listeners a new perspective.”

The visual component of There Are No Words should also be familiar, collaboration-wise.

June IND partnered with mixed media artist Brandon Ahnert to develop album art and new merch. A photograph of Ahnert’s Heart Horse appears on the cover of There Are No Words. New merch including a 2D Heart Horse logo will be available soon on the NOISEtrends store.

“Whether he’s the visual to our music or we’re the soundtrack to his art, it’s always great to work with Brandon,” says guitarist Chris June. “He gets us and we’re big fans of his work.”

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June IND

There Are No Words

1. Guilt that Keeps on Giving (Instrumental Version) 03:41

2. Pocket and Soul (Instrumental Version) 03:15

3. Out of Our Hands (Instrumental Version) 03:38

4. My Rx (Instrumental Version) 3:29

5. A Little Bitterness (Instrumental Version) 3:08

6. With Chaos (Instrumental Version) 3:57

7. Ain’t a lot of Love (Instrumental Version) 3:23

8. Free* World (Instrumental Version) 2:27

9. Your Neighbor’s Wallet (Instrumental Version) 3:09

10. From a Foreign Son (Instrumental Version) 3:07

11. Trouble Tomorrow (Instrumental Version) 3:36

12. Ok, Alright (Instrumental Version) 3:38

13. Come to Hand (feat. Justice Fuller, Instrumental Version) 04:38

Credits

Tracks 1-3

Produced and Engineered by Dish at IND HQ Lafayette, IN

Mixed by Grant Mohrman at Method House Studios Detroit, MI

Mastered by Steve Dresser at Method House Studios Detroit, MI

All music written and performed by Chris June

Tracks 4-6

Produced by June IND

Engineered by Matt Amos and Dish

Guitars Recorded at basEMent West Lafayette, IN, 479ghett0 Lafayette, IN, Sound Logic Lafayette, IN

Bass and Vocals Recorded at basEMent West Lafayette, IN

Drums Recorded at IND HQ Lafayette, IN

Mixed and Mastered by Dan Precision at The Bombshelter Recording Studio Chicago, IL

All music written and performed by Chris June, Drew Luigs, and Emily Larimer

Published by Self Made God Music (ASCAP), Drew Luigs Music (ASCAP), Tempest Fare Music (ASCAP)

Tracks 7-12

Produced by June IND

Engineered, mixed and mastered by Dan Precision at The Bombshelter Recording Studio Chicago, IL

All music written and performed by Chris June and Emily Larimer

Published by Self Made God Music (ASCAP) and Tempest Fare

Music (ASCAP)

Track 13

Produced by June IND

Engineered by Neil McTavish at REC Room Recording Lafayette, IN

Mixed and mastered by Dan Precision at The Bombshelter Recording Studio Chicago, IL

All music written by Emily Larimer, Chris June and Cody Hughes

Chris June: guitar

Emily Larimer: percussion

Justice Fuller: violin

Published by Chemcoma Productions (ASCAP)