Following the release of the underrated Leaving (on Enemies List, home of Have A Nice Life) Planning For Burial has been sporadically popping up in live venues (sharing the stage with a wide breadth of musical compatriots from Chelsea Wolfe to Deafheaven while seeming out of place at none) along the east and west coasts and releasing a slew of EPs and splits over the last 3 years (all while writing and recording a mythical second album that has been dangled in front of his obsessive fans as coming soon for almost three years).
Michel Henritzi – guitar, lapsteel, amp, reverb, percussions ... From abstract blues to noise. Member of : Dustbreeders (with Yves Botz and Thierry Delles) and Howlin’Ghost Proletarians (with Fabrice Eglin) Perform with : Kumiko Karino, Junko, Rinji Fukuoka, Masayoshi Urabe, Chie Mukaï, Tamio Shiraishi, Mico, Yukiko Nakamura, Tetuzi Akiyama, Taku Sugimoto, Shin’ichi Isohata, Toshimaru Nakamura, Masafumi Ezaki, Ami Yoshida, Ito Atsuhiro, Jojo Hiroshige, Fumio Kosakai, Kiyoharu Kuwayama, Tetsuo Furudate...
lo-fi post folk ensemble formed in Edinburgh in January 2005. We try and make the best music we can. Download tracks from bandcamp: http://eagleowl.bandcamp.com
Picastro began in Toronto in 1997 or 1998 as a acoustic guitar and cello duo. Since then there have been a long list of contributors, some of whom still appear on recordings. Kurt Newman (guitar), Stephanie Vittas (cello), catl (guitar), Evan Clarke (drums, guitar), Zak Hanna (guitar), Rachel McBride (cello), Owen Pallett (viola, organ, piano), Nick Storring (cello), Brandon Valdivia (drums), Ant Saunders (viola, guitar).
Guy Pearson (8th May, 1959) is a British-born pianist and songwriter. As a composer of songs and instrumental music, he exhibits an expressive style which draws on a broad range of musical influences. He is both studio artist and live performer and has contributed to soundtracks for theatre, documentary film & television. In describing himself as a lyrical minimalist and a musical maximalist he goes on to explain that '..
Go Sailor was a short-lived Berkeley based twee pop band. Its members included Rose Melberg of Tiger Trap and The Softies (guitar, vocals), Paul Curran of Crimpshrine (bass) and Amy Linton of Henry's Dress (drums). They recorded three 7" singles and a full-length CD on Lookout! Records in 1996, the latter of which collected the singles tracks and two compilation appearances. After their breakup their songs "Ray of Sunshine" and "Together Forever in Love" were included on the soundtrack to the movie But I'm a Cheerleader.
Dean & Britta is a musical duo consisting of Dean Wareham and Britta Phillips, both former members of Luna. Wareham had formed Luna in 1992 after leaving his first band, Galaxie 500. Phillips joined Luna in 2000, replacing bassist Justin Harwood. Their first album started out as a Wareham solo project, but when he heard Phillips' demos, he asked her to join him. After Luna broke up in 2005, Dean & Britta spent the next year working on film scores (most notably Noah Baumbach's movie, The Squid and the Whale), and promoting the documentary film of Luna's farewell tour Tell Me Do You Miss Me.