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David Spelman — Music Supervisor

"CRAIG TEPER WAS CLEAR IN WHAT HE WANTED. BEYOND EMOTIONAL PUNCTUATION, THIS SCORE HAD TO TELL THE AUDIENCE THAT THERE WAS IMPORTANT STUFF GOING ON, NOT JUST FLUFF; THAT THERE'S GRAVITAS IN VIDAL SASSOON'S LIFE. MOST FILMMAKERS, IN MAKING A PICTURE ABOUT HAIR, WOULD'VE FOCUSED ON THE GLAMOUR AND POP ART AND PRETTY GIRLS. THIS FILM HAS ALL THAT, BUT WITH A MORE SERIOUS CORE, AND THE POST-ROCK, MINIMALIST SOUNDTRACK HELPED COMMUNICATE THAT." — DAVID SPELMAN     Read More


Sarephina Photography

clogs

Clogs are four musicians from the U.S. and Australia whose work traverses time and place and through which seemingly disparate influences are seamlessly drawn in. They compose and improvise using sounds and textures from across the musical spectrumóthe immediacy of folk and rock music, twisted Americana, the complexity of modern composition.

clogsmusic.com | myspace.com/clogsmusic


Delphine Bally

Bell Orchestre

Canadian instrumentalists the Bell Orchestre formed in 2005 around the talents of bassist/percussionist/keyboardist Richard Reed Parry (Arcade Fire), violinist Sarah Neufeld (Arcade Fire), drummer Stefan Schneider (the Luyas), French horn player Pietro Amato (Torngat, the Luyas), trumpet player Kaveh Nabatian, and lap steel guitar player Mike Feuerstack (Snailhouse). With influences that range from Lee "Scratch" Perry and Talk Talk to Arvo Pärt and the Penguin Café Orchestra, the Montreal-based outfit crafts aerial slabs of classically infused post-rock that flirt with technology, while remaining determinedly Read More

bellorchestre.com | myspace.com/bellorchestre


Stephanie Seliskar

Redhooker

Named after a remembered year of sadness and isolation in an industrial quarter of Brooklyn, Stephen Griesgraber's Redhooker could be described as the sound of loneliness with a resolve to patience. With Ben Lively, Maxim Moston, and Andie Springer on violins, Rob Collins, Peter Hess on clarinets and Griesgraber on guitar, Redhooker creates music that dances at the juncture of Renaissance and Baroque polyphony, experimental minimalism, and improvisation. Its 2007 EP The Future According to Yesterday and its 2010 full length,Vespers are available on iTunes,Amazon.com, and CDBaby.com.

redhooker.com | myspace.com/redhooker


Linda Nylind

Marc Eitzel

AS BOTH A SOLO ARTIST AND THE FRONTMAN FOR ENDURING CULT FAVORITES AMERICAN MUSIC CLUB, MARK EITZEL ESTABLISHED HIMSELF AMONG THE TRULY POWERFUL FORCES IN CONTEMPORARY MUSIC; A HAUNTINGLY EVOCATIVE SINGER, HE EARNED EVEN GREATER RECOGNITION FOR HIS BRILLIANCE AS A COMPOSER, COMBINING THE ENERGY OF PUNK, THE PASTORAL BEAUTY OF FOLK, AND THE MELODRAMA OF LOUNGE MUSIC TO BUILD ONE OF THE MOST IMPRESSIVE AND DARKLY POETIC BODIES OF SONGS IN THE MODERN POP CANON. Born January 30, 1959, in Walnut Creek, CA, Eitzel's military upbringing led him everywhere from     Read More

americanmusicclub.com | myspace.com/markeitzel


Joel Fitzpatrick

Jesse Harris

JESSE HARRIS FIRST ROSE TO NATIONAL ATTENTION VIA NORAH JONES' 2002 GRAMMY-WINNING ALBUM COME AWAY WITH ME, FOR WHICH HE PLAYED GUITAR AND WROTE THE HIT SONG "DON'T KNOW WHY." HIS OWN CAREER, HOWEVER, HAD LAUNCHED WELL BEFORE HIS COLLABORATION WITH MISS JONES. A NATIVE NEW YORKER, HARRIS GREW UP STUDYING CLASSICAL PIANO AND GUITAR, FOCUSING ON THE SONGWRITING END FIRST BEFORE MASTERING THE ACTUAL MUSICIANSHIP. WHILE IN HIS EARLY 20S, HARRIS JOINED VOCALIST REBECCA MARTIN IN THE BAND ONCE BLUE, WHICH RELEASED A SELF-TITLED ALBUM BEFORE BOTH SONGWRITERS     Read More

jesseharrismusic.com | myspace.com/jesseharrismusic