Josh Garrels

B-Sides & Remixes

NEW: “LOVE & WAR: B-SIDES & REMIXES” EP

For months I’ve been secretly collaborating with a few artists, mixing in my studio, and working to bring you a little something new. Introducing, “Love & War: B-Sides & Remixes”! 4 of the songs are remixes of tracks previously heard on “Love & War & The Sea In Between“, and the other 4 previously unheard songs on the EP are additional content from last year’s 18-song epic. Listen to Aaron Strumpel, Kye Kye, and Mason Jar Music rework and re-imagine some familiar songs, while also hearing something new. You can download it for free!

A NEW AND IMPROVED JOSHGARRELS.COM

I’ve been working together with “Love & War & The Sea In Between” album designer Chris Tobias and his design company Stereotonic, to bring you this new website. I’m so excited about what Chris has done—not only with the site design, but also with the site’s streamlined functionality (now viewable on iPads and iPhones). Take a look around, for there’s a lot of new content to explore!

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Neck Deep

The Pop-Punk Silver Lining

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Telle Smith of The Word Alive

An Artist's Obsession

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Ever Eden

The Haunting Sound of Hope

"Ever Eden has been this perfect culmination of us realizing what our journey has been and how to aim that as a message for other people." After years of introspection and coming-of-age, Ever Eden has embraced their own struggles, as haunting as it may feel, to create a community that's turned out to be much larger than the band itself.

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