Music

“The Edge of the In Between” is an indie-rock project I completed in the fall of 2014 via a lot of friends on Kickstarter. It is available for digital purchase at all major online retailers. For a physical album (which, let’s face it, is a much cooler way to own an album), contact me directly: chudnathanmusic@gmail.com.

“Moratorium” is another album I made back in 2010.  It’s available through a variety of sources online, so if you have a preferred purchasing method, go on with your good self.
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ON THE EDGE OF THE IN BETWEEN 

Recorded at Aurora Audio in Anchorage, AK
Mixed & Mastered at Ethereal Mastering in Lebanon, OR
Design by Casey DenBleyker in Bellingham, WA

ADDITIONAL MUSICIANS BESIDES NATHAN AND THE GUITAR:

Aaron Chud on drums and piano
Caleb Johannes on bass
Chris Bottoms on electric guitar
Jake Sloan on keys
Kara Pennington on BG vox
Austin Ackerman on fiddle
Johnnathon Brown on horns

CLICK BELOW TO DOWNLOAD LYRICS:
On the Edge of the In Between (Lyrics)

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Album Art

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6 thoughts on “Music

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  5. I just found you by Googling your father. He was my music teacher in 7th grade in Wasilla- we moved to Soldotna for my 8th grade year. My family even went over to your house for dinner once. I credit Mr. Chud with my lifelong drive with music, which I subsequently passed down to my children. He was influential enough in my life from that one school year that I still think of him from time to time at the age of 41. Anyway, I’m listening to your music and I’m enjoying it very much. Here’s to your father for inspiring so much music over many generations!

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    • Thanks so much for sharing, Rob. Always great to hear a story about Dad, especially as I begin a new chapter here in the Mat-Su Borough School District. Hope all is well with you and your family.

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