Lost in a State

— The poetry and words of Matthew Peipert —



The newest single has arrived!

Pablo and the Provenance of Sadness combines one of my poems with the finespun music of Signal Box (aka Robin Anthony Coe). The poem, about Picasso, is very much inspired by Natalie Angier’s fascinating article, “True Blue Stands Out in an Earthy Crowd”.

Check the new track out on SoundCloud here and, if you like it, please consider sharing!



I am happy to announce a new EP called Wavelengths.

It is a collaboration between me, musician Robin Anthony Coe, and an amazing guest singer named Shoko Yoshida. The first track, also called Wavelengths, is one of my poems. Robin and Shoko then use the poem as inspiration for a pair of beautiful and eclectic songs, Make Crazy and We Ride High.

You can listen on SoundCloud here!

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If you like it, please consider sharing. For more music from our label, check out Terminal 2 Recordings! I hope you enjoy the EP!



Next Year May Never Be

I am releasing a single today! It’s called Next Year May Never Be, and it’s a three-part poem with music.

Check it out on SoundCloud here!

If you like it, please consider sharing. This is the video from Part 2 of the song.

Also on SoundCloud, check out two new songs from Terminal 2 Recordings labelmates Signal Box and MMA, with guest vocalist Blair Dean. The songs are Same Bed Different Dreams and Passing Through, and are also being released today!


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I was lucky enough to collaborate with St. Paul-based band Downrange Telemetrics! They created a music version of a piece of flash fiction I wrote recently, called Subduction.

Listen to it on Bandcamp here or on YouTube here, and if you like it, please download and share!