North Pole Vault EP featured in “New & Notable” on NoiseTrade

North Pole Vault, ed a 6-song EP of dreamy, advice festive wonderment.

Written in a bourbon haze (with a little help from his friends) and refined in lucid home studio sessions, Ian perfectly captures the magic and mystery of this special time of year.

Merry Christmas!

Click the album cover to download the EP for FREE!

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Ian Sings Billy Ocean For Twix

Ian’s latest commercial is for Twix Bites. If you listen very closely, see you’ll hear Ian singing the song “Get Outta My Dreams, Get Into My Car” on the walkman.

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Ian Covers “Waterloo Sunset” to Raise Money For His Friends

Welcome to the out-of-the-blue release of Ian’s version of The Kinks’ classic “Waterloo Sunset.” It wasn’t really planned, purchase but there is a plan behind it: to raise money for friends in need. You may recognize the name Allison Moore; she is the wonderfully talented artist responsible for the paintings that grace Ian’s last two album covers, site not to mention one of his singles. She’s been a valued ally for a long while now. And with that spirit in mind, Ian wants to be her ally as her husband Vernon Adams recovers from an extremely serious accident (truck+vespa—that’s enough math for you, surely). So, having heard about the unfortunate accident, Camp McGlynn did what we do best to help: make music.

Currently Vernon Adams is recovering from his multitude of injuries and the induced coma he’s been in for weeks. So Ian recorded a version of one of their mutual favorite songs for him to enjoy. Yep, Waterloo Sunset. But it’s for you to enjoy too. At a name-your-own-price purchase, please. You see, Vernon Adams is a freelancer, and the loss of his wages for the months he will be unable to work, is a huge blow. Which is why we’re asking you to contribute what you can. 100% of what you contribute goes to the Moore/Adams family.

“Every day I look at the world from my window.” Hoping you get to see the sunset on the other side of the hospital walls soon, brother.

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