Tara Jane O’Neil is a multi-instrumentalist, composer, and visual artist. She has released seven full-length albums internationally. She composes and performs under her own name and in collaboration with other musicians, artists, dancers, and filmmakers. Her work in sound ranges from melodic and experimental composition to noise improvisation, and from solo projects to scoring for theater, film, dance, and several ensemble experimental architectures. O’Neil was a founding member of Rodan and the Sonora Pine. She has collaborated on recordings and stages with Lori Goldston, Michael Hurley, Ida, Catherine Irwin, Mirah, Mount Eerie, Papa M, Nikaido Kazumi, Ben Vida and many more. She has performed at clubs, galleries, and DIY spaces around the world and venues such as the Centre de Pompdou, the Whitney Museum of American Art, the Hammer Museum, the New Museum, and All Tomorrow’s Parties. Her most recent album, Where Shine New Lights was released on Kranky records in 2014.
The Supreme Dicks were a band like many others that came and went in the early ’90’s without much fanfare. Actually that could be because they really started in the Mid ’80’s in Western Massachusetts, without much fanfare, except for campus security always trying to shut them down. And they really never ended in the ’90’s and without much fanfare, continue on today. They did release 3 full length albums in the ’90’s, one of which apparently made it onto the “Top 500” list in a book that they had previously never heard of called “Gimmie Indie Rock” Here is the excerpt…
Today, they are a totally different band….
Lonesome Leash is the solo moniker of accordionist/multi-instrumentalist Walt McClements. Known for previous involvement in bands Dark Dark Dark, Hurray for the Riff Raff, and Why Are We Building Such A Big Ship?, Lonesome Leash is an immaculately disheveled solo affair of future-rustic epic folk songs.”
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