Album artwork for 5-3-8 by Dendrons

When it came time to record 5-3-8 - the title being a reference to the lyrical refrain that appears at a few points of the album of “Fifths, thirds, octaves only” - Dendrons decamped to Sonic Ranch in Tornillo, Texas, and did additional recording at Highland Recording Studio in Phoenix, Arizona, producing the album with Tony Brant and Sonny DiPerri. A far cry away from where they started as two friends doing everything themselves, from the recording to the booking to even the graphic design, the band is now an eagerly collaborative project. And they’re already thinking about what’s to come. "You're always gonna leave a record feeling like there is something more to be said," Jarvie says. "I don’t believe in a magnum opus. Art is contextual, and exists for the specific time and circumstance it was created in. Every record is a conversation with the last."

Dendrons

5-3-8

Innovative Leisure
Album artwork for 5-3-8 by Dendrons
LP

$27.99

Black
Includes download code
Released 08/26/2022Catalog Number

LP-IL-2093

Album artwork for 5-3-8 by Dendrons
CD

$16.99

Released 08/26/2022Catalog Number

CD-IL-2093

Dendrons

5-3-8

Innovative Leisure
Album artwork for 5-3-8 by Dendrons
LP

$27.99

Black
Includes download code
Released 08/26/2022Catalog Number

LP-IL-2093

Album artwork for 5-3-8 by Dendrons
CD

$16.99

Released 08/26/2022Catalog Number

CD-IL-2093

When it came time to record 5-3-8 - the title being a reference to the lyrical refrain that appears at a few points of the album of “Fifths, thirds, octaves only” - Dendrons decamped to Sonic Ranch in Tornillo, Texas, and did additional recording at Highland Recording Studio in Phoenix, Arizona, producing the album with Tony Brant and Sonny DiPerri. A far cry away from where they started as two friends doing everything themselves, from the recording to the booking to even the graphic design, the band is now an eagerly collaborative project. And they’re already thinking about what’s to come. "You're always gonna leave a record feeling like there is something more to be said," Jarvie says. "I don’t believe in a magnum opus. Art is contextual, and exists for the specific time and circumstance it was created in. Every record is a conversation with the last."