"Ether" - Overstep (February 25, 2014)

On February 25th, ATO Records will release Overstep, Mike's fourth solo studio album (joining 2003’s Inside In, 2008’s The Green Sparrow, and 2010’s Moss). Overstep’s opening track “Ether,” which begins as distant industrial noise that’s gradually replaced by lush guitars and welcoming vocal harmonies, serves as an invitation to the listener to set aside current preoccupations and come along for a 49-minute “reality check.” Pre-order the CD/LP: http://drygoods.phish.com/Dept.aspx?cp=773_64603

Sugar Shack (The Egg, 2013)

Full track from Mike Gordon and his band's December 11, 2011 performance at The Egg in Albany, NY. The entire show quickly became a fan-favorite and was cherry picked for a brand new live release, simply known as “The Egg”.  It has been fully remixed from the band’s multitracks and mastered for release and is available as a CD set and a free MP3 download at LivePhish.com.

Just A Rose (The Egg, 2013)

Full track from Mike Gordon and his band's December 11, 2011 performance at The Egg in Albany, NY. The entire show quickly became a fan-favorite and was cherry picked for a brand new live release, simply known as “The Egg”.  It has been fully remixed from the band’s multitracks and mastered for release and is available as a CD set and a free MP3 download at LivePhish.com.

Birth Of The Universe (Studio Session, 2010)

On the first day of practices, we decided to come to the studio and invite the muse to control us for a day. I led a guided meditation in which we imagined tapping into universal energy that connects from the spheres, through us, and into the center of the Earth, and then we imagined being on stage as the music played the band and the coolest sound we could fathom came out. Each band member then described his aural vision, directing the others to create it. And this little sampling is Craig Myers’ vision, entitled ‘Birth Of The Universe.’ He described ambience wallowing from nothingness, and then mouthed out a rhythm that Todd could then interpret, helping to kick the thing into rock-ass gear. Nice work, Craig. - Mike Gordon, March 2010

Trinners March (Inside In Album Outtake)

Outtake from "Inside In," released exclusively as a bonus track on the vinyl version of the album in 2011.

Ya Mar (Original version by The Mustangs)

Originally written by Cyril Ferguson, Ya Mar appeared on The Mustangs' album "The Wonderful Side of The Mustangs".

Horizon Line (Remix, 2011)

Remixed by Jared Slomoff from “Moss.” The idea was not to “remix” the songs, but instead, work with the moments that had lead to the germination of the songs. From Mike: "This song went straight from mind to demo, and the demo is cool but not different enough from the song, so Jared remixed outtakes from the studio sessions with Scott Murawski and Todd Isler, and added many extra textures, and humming I must have done between takes." Appears on Side A of Moss Remixes, a Limited Edition 7-inch. Mike Gordon - Bass, Vocals, Scott Murawski - Guitar, Todd Isler - Drums. Mastered by Jonathan Russell. For more info about the remixes, click here.

Hotliner's Lament (2008)

In 2008, Hotline (212-330-9092) callers were asked to sing one bass note as their message. All of the notes were compiled into a song by Mike. This is the final version.

Exit Wound Remix (2003)

Remix by Malcom Burn of "Exit Wound" from Mike's album Inside In.

Flashback (Remix, 2011)

Remixed by Jared Slomoff from “Moss.” The idea was not to “remix” the songs, but instead, work with the moments that had lead to the germination of the songs. From Mike: "I had asked drummer Caleb Bronz to record many different grooves for me that I'd been hungry to work with, and when he was done I asked if he'd do a bass and drum jam. While it was one of the earlier grooves that led to the strange bass passage that begins 'Flashback,' it was the bass and drum jam at the end that Jared used to remix - in this case by adding textures. His goal was to keep the bass and drums simple and tight while having the other sounds cascade in juxtaposition. He imagined this juxtaposition to be indirectly 'King Sunny Ade-ish.'" For more info about the remixes, click here.

Fire From A Stick (Remix, 2011)

Remixed by Mike Gordon from “Moss.” The idea was not to “remix” the songs, but instead, work with the moments that had lead to the germination of the songs. The remixes include bits of original demos, bass and drum jams, and many added extra textures.  Appears on Side B of Moss Remixes, a Limited Edition 7-inch. Mike Gordon - Bass, Guitar, Vocals, Doug Belote - Drums, Jared Slomoff - Vocals, Aaron Johnson - Trombone, Jordan McClean - Trumpet, Cochemea Gastelum - Saxophone.