What we find so captivating about Julian Lage’s style is that he is able to bring together the fast, dissonant, chaotic sense of jazz improv into very simple, more alternative sounding chord progressions during pieces like “General Thunder” and “Atlantic Limited.”
Liz Cooper is a commander of mojo, a conductor of the in-between, and the guide to that groove you once knew long ago. Consider The Stampede as her advisors of the journey, the enforcers, the glue between it all.
Death Valley Girls are a reminder that rock and roll never died, it was just taking a snooze. The rock group sounds like mummies gettin’ down after being awakened from an eternal slumber, or something along those lines.
Wolfman Books has quickly come to represent both the physical space where new and used books are sold, where words are read and bodies perform but also encompasses that sense of wonder and urgency to pursue the creative unknown.