“…Some kind of high powered mutant never even considered for mass production. Too weird to live, and too rare to die…”
Ah Hunter, where are you now. A self-inflicted shotgun blast cured you of all the world’s misery but left some of us wondering where to turn. There’s always love and romance. And those things never turn sour.
Eleanore Everdell and Jason Friedman are a new-wave duo from Brooklyn (where else?). They’ve been riding on some buzz and a couple of great EP’s, and their self-titled girl/boy synth-pop album is released by Warp Records. It’s not a typical release by the former challenging and uniquely beautiful electronica label, but so wasn’t Grizzly Bear. The Hundred in the Hands LP is full of complex and personal pop songs rooted in the music of NYC's storied underground. The 11 tracks on the album is a combination of ...
Tracking him from Japan, Berlin, and to Canada. I finally got to have a quick phone interview with the hard working talent now under the name Chilly Gonzales. He is not just an incredible producer, and piano playing entertainer that ranked second popular “twitter trend” on the day he broke the Guinness world record for longest piano concert. No, he is more. He is a humorus hip cat that focused his attention on the minutiae of his musical and writing craft to develop his own approach to making a film. Watch the trailer for a glimpse at Gonzales’ version of a sports parody.
“We were doing some Robert Di Nero shet!” – Chilly Gonzales
During our conversation I got to listen to Chilly Gonzales speak on his new music inspiring the film, thoughts of purists, hiring his friends, and how his unprofessional-ism is like a beautiful woman with a yellow stain on her front tooth. All the details are in the interview so read on. …MORE