from Editions Mego
Ambient, Experimental, Drone, Krautrock
Emeralds are John Elliott, Steve Hauschildt, and Mark McGuire.
“Does It Look Like I’m Here?”
Recorded July - August 2009 and January - March 2010 in Cleveland, Ohio
Mastered by James Plotkin
The Cleveland droners return with their newest album, “Does It Look Like I’m Here?”. The first thing I noticed was that the album sports 12 tracks with only one running over the ten-minute mark, a different direction from past LPs. Emeralds manages to take each track to completely blow your mind, fading in between minimalism, maximalism, and big jaw-dropping moments, with the biggest range they’ve hit to date. “Does It Look Like I’m Here?” will be released on May 24th from Editions Mego on CD and 2LP.
Emeralds are an ambient/kosmische/progressive electronic music trio from Cleveland, Ohio, U.S.
John Elliott, Mark McGuire and Steve Hauschildt began playing music together under the name Fancelions in 2005 in Cleveland's western suburbs of Bay Village and Westlake. However, due to a desire to simplify and focus more on live improvisation, they re-formed as Emeralds, playing their first show under that name in June 2006.