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Pictureplane featured on Noisey

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"Homemade club music." That's about the most fitting description we've ever heard for the music Travis Egedy makes as Pictureplane. Forget "Witch House." Okay, so that descriptor wasn't applied directly to Pictureplane.

It's how the dudes in Teengirl Fantasy (an act Egedy considers kindred) describe their music in the new five-part Noisey webisode focusing on Pictureplane. The clips feature interview and performance footage of Egedy on a recent trip California. Sadly no couches were fired upon, but in true Travis fashion, he does mention Denver and gives big ups Rhino. Click through to experience.

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