THE OVERCAST’S 2014 RPM CHALLENGE SAMPLER ALBUM, VOL.2

This February, nearly 130 locals recorded an album in 28 days as part of the international RPM Challenge. The free album below is a sampler of 2014′s output. Volume 2 is home to RPM veterans like Sad Tax, collaborations like Gloomdance (Steve Pike & Adam Beardsworth) and ERAS (Richard Seypka and Don-E Coady), as well as a lot of band-fronting people experimenting with solo projects — Rhubarb Thieves (Reuben Canning Finkel of East of Empire) Renders (Kelly McMichael), Swimming (Luke Major of Mercy the Sexton), and Brandon Coaker of Pet Vet — alongside much, much more. Also check out Vol.1, posted yesterday, and also: enter below to win 1 of 5 CBC / RPM Messenger bags! They’ve got a nice slot for your laptop and other carriables.

Enter to win 1 of 5 CBC / RPM messenger bags (or laptop cases, whatever you prefer to call them):

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