“Can’t Stay Put” by Color Collage
Side Tracks | ep | Jun 24, 2015
Color Collage is the mid-fi, "electronic doo-wop" solo project of Brooklyn-based songwriter, Shane Conerty. A long way from his musical roots in Asheville, North Carolina, with the acoustic pop trio Now You See Them, Conerty cut his electronic music teeth on remixes while going by the alias Leann Grimes. Now, he's putting those sampling and producing skills to use as Color Collage, building the base for his fresh, catchy narratives. Here, we present “Can’t Stay Put,” performed during his recent BTR Live Studio session at Saltlands in DUMBO, Brooklyn.

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