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The debut LP of Charnel Ground was released April 6, 2018. Charnel Ground are Chris Brokaw (guitars), Kid Millions (drums) and James McNew (bass). Spin says: "Charnel Ground’s real treasure is its 18-minute album-closing title track, the kind of elegantly sprawling feedback jam that often crops up near the end of a Yo La Tengo album. Brokaw plays with real tenderness as McNew and Millions patiently keep time behind him—a reminder that improvised noise rock, when played well, is fully capable cirugia hernia discal lumbar of touching your heart as well as melting your face." For sale here!

Chris is proud to release THE HAND THAT WROTE THIS LETTER, a new cd of instrumental classical guitar versions of David Bowie and Prince songs.


This is Capitan Records esclerosis lumbar 014, the first Capitan release in a few years. The album was recorded by Claudia Groom in Seattle, WA in October and November 2016, and mastered by Matt Barnhart.

—I was asked to play a friend’s wedding in San Francisco in July 2016. I asked the bride what she’d like me to play, and she sintomas de escoliosis lumbar said "I’d really like if you played some David Bowie and Prince songs". I said "I wont sing them – I dont think your guests want that – but I’ll try them as instrumentals". I did 4 or 5 at the wedding and when I got home just kept playing them obsessively. I decided to make it ten songs, and then an album. 2. I wouldn’t have taken you for a huge Bowie or Prince fan, so how familiar were you with these songs? Most of them came out when you were a teenager, I seems?

—Ive been a big Bowie fan for many years, Prince somewhat less so. Some of these songs came out when I was a child, but I dont think that’s especially important. 3. How did you select the songs out of the wealth of material that both artists have to offer?

—it was kind of intuitive. honestly, all these songs have different significances for me, many of them highly personal. three of the songs i never heard until escoliosis toracica after they each died, and i felt it important to include those, as so much great work is only learned after an artist’s death. they’re not necessarily my favorite rx de columna lumbar normal songs of theirs, but important ones for me. the album is deliberately incomplete, as i feel the album is mostly about memory, which is inherently both highly personal and highly flawed. 4. I guess there’s a few that kind of lend themselves more easily to an acoustic adaptation, like "Letter to Hermione" or "The Man Who Sold The World", but I’m wondering how you could possibly listen to "When You Were Mine" or "I Would Die 4 U" and think, "Yeah, just one acoustic escoliosis derecha guitar and no voice will do"?

—-that was not always easy. some songs, like "heroes", were impossible to do solo acoustic and i discarded them. these ones seemed to work for me. again, much of this is personal in a way that is specific to the ways i play guitar. 5. Is there some kind of pattern you followed, when it came to pairing down the songs (if so, what was it)?

—no, and i didn’t want to overthink it. as ive said, it’s really not a complete take on these guys, and that was important to me. it’s not a definitive statement on them, or on my feelings about their catalogs. i wanted it be half of each, but it ended up 6 Bowie 4 Prince. overall i have a stronger attachment to Bowie’s songs. And even lumping these 2 guys together is a bit random, but they really felt connected in 2016. 6. You’re obviously no stranger to solo instrumental music, but with your own stuff, the songs rotoescoliosis lumbar izquierda were intended to have no vocals. Did you ever find it difficult to just let go of that layer, that dimension of the originals?

—-not at all, and mostly because those singers are so distinctive. like, i really dont want to hear anyone else singing them (including me). this album is like hearing someone humming along with the songs. 7. I love how much these songs sound like CB numbers, testament to how distinctive your guitar playing is, I guess. Was that an intention hernia discal lumbar sintomas or did it just naturally turn out that way?

—-just how it came out, but thank you! i felt like the versions were deliberately pretty faithful but allowing to taking in my own turns. 8. Silly one at the end: If you were to do a part dolor lumbar derecho rinon two of this project: Which two other artists would you consider to be worthy of your time and effort?

The Pitchfork review calls it "a spare, deliberate record, judiciously paced and artfully arranged. With its wide-open vistas and vast expanses of negative space, the album lays claim to the territory the band staked out 25 years back while managing to turn over a couple new leaves."