Taken from the El Paraiso release, Chicago Odense Ensemble.
Taken from the Modern Love release, Mercury’s Rainbow.
Denver’s Slim Cessna’s Auto Club is a mystery wrapped in an enigmatic riddle, blending all sorts of American song into one heady, weird stew. Cipher was their 2008 release, and is a fine slice of oddness that can only be called Slim Cessna-ish.
This 2008 album by veteran British singer Steve Ellis finds him in fine voice, and shows him to still be a master vocalist.
Listen as the psychedelic choral pop band The Polyphonic Spree go on a nine-minute glam-rock free-for-all on a song from a beloved cult film.
We are still quite saddened about the passing of our friend and uber-talented musician Benjamin Curtis. He was a man of many musical moods and talents–he made punk, psychedelic-rock, dreamy electronica and pop, and had a penchant for classic rock as well. This collaborative work was released in 2008 on Table Of The Elements as… Read More ›