“Exciting times are upon us — our new record Alix is coming out on September 16 on Polyvinyl Records! We went up to Oregon to record this one with the maniacal genius Richard Swift and we couldn’t be happier with how it turned out.” Here’s a latest track from Generationals‘ upcoming new full-length album “Alix” (produced by Richard Swift (The Shins, Foxygen, Tennis), out on September 16th via Polyvinyl records. The song ‘Gold Silver Diamond’ reminds me of the same sweet tenderness as Cults. Pre-order, HERE.
The Singing House demo A short demonstration of latest Quintronic’s musical invention called THE SINGING HOUSE. This is an analog “drone synth” which is completely modulated by the weather. (via Dangerous Minds)
Robert Rolston aka Quintron is a nightclub organist and inventor, based New Orleans, Louisiana, regularly accompanied by his wife Miss Pussycat, who sings backup and plays maracas at the Spellcaster Lodge in New Orleans. He plays music on a custom made Hammond / Rhodes combo synthesizer / organ, and his own patented invention THE DRUM BUDDY. Quintron’s latest album “Sucre Du Sauvage” (2011) is available via Goner Records.
The Music Box – Oct 22 The New Orleans Airlift presents The Music Box: A Shantytown Sound Library. Short teaser edit of the opening night performance, October 22, 2011. Featuring Shantytown Orchestra, conducted by Quintron. The Brooklyn-based artist Swoon is bringing a landmark permanent sculpture to the Bywater neighborhood of New Orleans. This “house” will also function as a musical instrument. A growing group of local and national sound artists are creating interactive instruments that will be built into its walls and floorboards allowing visitors to bring the house to life through their touch. This fall they will debut prototypes in a temporary installation called THE MUSIC BOX, A Shantytown Sound Laboratory.
from 1968′s album “The Thorn in Mrs. Rose’s Side” (Tetragrammaton, re-released on Buddha), co-written by Rose and Paul Williams. the song was covered by David Bowie on his album Hunky Dory (1971). The song was originally released by Tiny Tim on the B-side to his 1968 hit single ‘Tiptoe through the Tulips.’
from 1969′s album “Children of Light” (Tetragrammaton, re-released on Buddha), featuring Van Dyke Parks on Moog.
RIYL: Tiny Tim, David Bowie, John Simon, Randy Newman, Paul Williams, Ian Whitcomb ….
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