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Warren Thomas Fenzi:
Born in California and raised in Arizona, Warren Thomas Fenzi embraces his South-Western roots through the exploration of genre melding and alternative writing styles with what he calls, "Turquoise Rock" compositions and arrangements. The group concocts natural, organic tones while exploring the colorful palette of electronics and effects. The group has established themselves as a band to watch!
"Weaving a wonderful tapestry that hints at warm desert nights...just the right amount of smooth, warm desert breeze"- Twin Cities Media.net
"Aiming to give people a sense of discovery"- LaCrosse Tribune
"A bevy of dreamy, melancholic-pop tunes, replete with full instrumentation that extends from your expected drums, guitars, etc – all the way through strings and brass" -Reviler.org
*(Pre-order the Vinyl here..)* Bandcamp: https://warrenthomasfenzi.bandcamp.com/
Jeremy Ylvisaker is a multi-instrumentalist, composer, producer who has worked with Andrew Bird, John Prine, Jenny Lewis, Justin Vernon (Bon Iver), Sandra Bernhard, Damo Suzuki (Can), members of Prince’s New Power Generation, The Suburbs, film maker Chuck Statler ("The Truth About Devolution"), Merce Cunningham dance company, and many others playing on five continents in venues such as the Sydney Opera House, Carnegie Hall, The Cape Town Jazz Festival, The Ed Sullivan Theater (The Late Show with David Letterman), and other television programs including Austin City Limits and the Colbert Report. He composes and improvises a variety of instrumental music, some of which to accompany dance performances such as "Stripe Tease", some of which for use in films such as "Pitchfork Unsung: Dan Corrigan", "Rhythmic" (feat. Andrew Bird), and "Trophy Husband." Some just for listening while you do your thing. And a lot of rock n roll.
On a snowy day in January 2016 in a dark, wet, dingy basement three boys became brothers. Kathy Callahan, Natalie Klemond, and Jaz McGill came together to create to the melodic pop punk trio that they are today. With influences from Hole, Alanis Morissette and Pete Wentz their music revives emo feels, in a post-pop punk world.