Prufrock had the Emperor of Ice Cream in a headlock when the roar of a ’37 Triumph Speed Twin made them both forget what they were fighting about. In walked an Anglo-Cherokee-Japanese skateboarder. “I’m Korey Dane, and you’re both acting like children.”
He had ridden from Joshua Tree where his father was rebuilding a 1953 Chevy Hardtop. “I’ve put my board away, gentlemen, and I’ve picked up a guitar. I figure the board will never really let me say what I want to say, and frankly, nothing makes me cry like the 3 minor chord.” The table was cleared for a round of Old Pulteneys as Korey Dane began his tale of woe and redemption.
“I’m twenty-five years old. My mother handed me East of Eden when I was twelve and I’ve never been the same since. Neither has she. Mom and Dad headed in opposite directions; academe called her name and Dad, well Dad drove into the desert until he ran out of gas. And there he hung his hat. I tumbled for a while…and grumbled. But four wheels brought me where I needed to go. I probably did a little too much of this and way too much of that, but that’s ok. I’m better for it. Lera says I’ve still got a long way to go. Hell, she’s from Ukraine, for Christ’s sake. She should know. —- Innovative Leisure
Video by Joshua Makela, Lera Pentelute, & Korey Dane Taken from Korey Dane’s forthcoming full-length “Youngblood” (produced by Tony Berg, mixed by Tchad Blake) via Innovative Leisure, due out on October 9th.
“Khun Narin’s Electric Phin Band’s membership is always in rotation and spans several generations, from high school kids to men well into their 60s. A standard engagement has the band setting up at the hosting household during the morn- ing rituals, playing several low-key sets from the comfort of plastic lawn chairs occasionally working in a cover version of a foreign classic (The Cranberries ‘Zombie’ is a recent favorite) while the beer and whiskey flow freely. After a mid-day banquet, they start up the generator and lead a parade through the com- munity to the local temple, picking up more and more partiers along the way.” (via INNOVATIVE LEISURE)
“San Francisco-based singer/guitarist Nick Waterhouse is a new-breed R&B fanatic, combining an uncanny historical sensibility with a far-sighted philosophical outlook.”
Nick Waterhouse has released a new 5-track EP “Is That Clear” on digital now, HERE. And also ‘Is That Clear’ b/w ‘I Can Only Give You Everything’ 45 single is due out on September 15th via IL Records (Innovative Leisure).
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