|#||Release title||Total tracks||Type of release is||Imprint date||Label|
|1||Rivulets / Marc Gartman||10||Audio||2004-03-16||Tract Records|
|2||The Seven Seas Seven Inch Series #1||2||Audio||2004-04-04||Graceless Records|
|3||City Of Glass||13||Audio||2002-04-00||Redwood Records|
|4||Each New Nostalgic Moment||11||Audio||2001||Pushpin Music|
|5||City Of Glass||13||Audio||2000||Pushpin Music|
|6||Redwood Acoustic # 10||2||Audio||2003-02-01||Redwood Records|
Marc Gartman is a singer-songwriter and film director from New York City, now residing in Duluth, MN.
He has collaborated with several acts, including [a=Rivulets], [a=Casey Block], and [a=Jon DeRosa]. He recorded with the latter as [a=Pale Horse And Rider]. He was also part of [a=No Wait Wait] and folk/country/bluegrass band "The Gallows" with Nathan Starke, [a=Karl Anderson (2)] and Joey Flynn. Gartman also performed with Dave Carroll of [a=Trampled By Turtles] in bluegrass band Two Many Banjos. Gartman currently performs in the duo [a=Coyote (15)] with Jerree Small of [a=Southwire].
Gartman currently records new wave inspired synth songs under the moniker Fever Dream or [a=Marc Gartman's Fever Dream].
He directed the [a=Low] documentary "Closer Than That" in 2002.