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Flora EP

The first EP by Midas Bison, released in April 2012. Centers it’s theme around matters of the natural world, particularly the woods. The thick, rich tones in this EP are emblematic of tall pines and hearty soil. The songs “Fox” and “Scurry” are meant to be companion pieces in that they both represent the adventure of animals in deep woods, but one displays levity and exploration while the other displays caution and escape. “Antler” ends the piece with an elegy to a deer who is shot and left in winter snow.

Wizard EP

Wizard EP

The second EP by Midas Bison, released in July 2012. A short, fun EP about what stories of Merlin and enchantment would sound like if processed through a Gameboy, all the magic and questing reduced to pixels and soaring imagination.

XL EP

The third EP by Midas Bison, released in August 2012. Originally intended to be the first EP, this work is not as structured as the two before it, but resonates the vibe of youthful exuberance until the very end during “Sheepskin Limbs” in which a maturing shift occurs.

Flamingos EP

The fourth EP by Midas Bison, released in March 2013. This work meditates and masticates the sugary sweetness of new love, centralizing on the euphoria that initially onsets, then the immediate craving for affection it creates afterward.

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Wavey Daze

The 5th EP by Midas Bison, released in August 2013. Sails and dives through the numerous aquatic themes and images that abound in the ocean. There are divers, fish, anemones, cisterns, surfers, aquatic orgies, mermaids, rocks, and, of course, waves.

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GLAZER EP

The sixth EP by Midas Bison, released in August 2014. Turns the focus on the artist, the afflictions and complexities inherent in growth are expanded upon in a personal listen into the human behind the music in raw form.

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TRIOS

The first LP by Midas Bison, released in April of 2015. It is about dreams, desires, and distractions.

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