Taken from the first full-length album of Tredici bassi featuring Ruth Garbus (Feathers, Happy Birthday). The group is the brainchild of Simon Hanes, formerly known as the Guerilla Toss bassist. Available via NNA tapes.
via FMA, Gary Wilson and Tredici Bacci, Live on WFMU with Marty McSorley, 9/23/2016 “Over the last few years, the young musician and composer Simon Hanes has worked tirelessly to channel his deep love and infatuation with 1960’s/1970’s soundtrack music into his own personal vision and homage to the style through dedicated songwriting, and the integration of the totality of his musical influences.”
“We’re a transatlantic duo – Jonny Perl and myself – who make glamorous, spooky music. We’re influenced by non-rock popular music from the latter half of the twentieth century, such as soundtracks, exotica and dub, and ‘middle-of-the-road mavericks’ like Scott Walker and Serge Gainsbourg.” An excerpt from Bizarre Magazine‘s interview with Robert Conroy (of Misty Roses):
With a nod to the musical past, Misty Roses takes pop melodrama to modern heights. Their combination of electronic textures overlaid with a cinematic sense of musical storytelling reminds you somewhat of 60′s icons like The Zombies and The Association. -Irene Trudel (via FMA)
“Inspector 22 started as the solo-project of TODD WESLEY EMMERT in 1997, initially recording cassettes to trade with friend Clarque Blomquist (WAUMISS, Kingsbury Manx) and an acquaintance named Grux.”
“Friends In High Places” (CD-R/Cassette) is the third release by Inspector 22 (aka Todd Wesley Emmert, residing in Chapel Hill) from Dontrustheruin, available on their etsy shop. “Friends In High Places” (2011) and the other Inspector 22 recordings can be downloaded at the FMA for free.
Primavera Sound 2011 MP3 collection kickoff via FMA Primavera Sound held its eleventh-annual festival in Barcelona Spain last month, and we are proud to present mp3 highlights from what is truly one of the world’s most incredible live music events. (WFMU)
Half Japanese – Live at Primavera Sound, May 27th 2011
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