Peter Apfelbaum Introduces Sparkler
Brooklyn-based multi-instrumentalist Peter Apfelbaum (New York Hieroglyphics) introduces the debut track by his newest band, Sparkler. Co-produced by Apfelbaum and Aaron Johnston (Brazilian Girls), featuring Natalie Cressman (vocals, trombone) and Jill Ryan (vocals, alto sax) I Colored it in for You is a multidimensional electronic world music track with lyrics as Apfelbaum explains, "about the act of creating art, and the desire to give it away." Also included with I Colored it in for You Pts 1 & 2 is a Mix Translation (dub remix) of Pt. 1 by Bill Laswell.
1. I Colored it in for You (Pt. 1)
2. I Colored it in for You (Pt. 2)
3. I Colored it in for You (Bill Laswell Remix)
M.O.D. TECHNOLOGIES TO RELEASE
I Colored It In For You
AS PART OF THE INCUNABULA DIGITAL SERIES
AVAILABLE ONLINE AND VIA
ON DECEMBER 2, 2014.
NEW YORK CITY RECORD RELEASE PARTY AT
WED., DECEMBER 10th @ 9 PM (one set)
vocals, keyboards, saxes, percussion
vocals, alto sax
drums, drum programming
mixing, mastering, additional bass
Produced by Peter Apfelbaum & Aaron Johnston
All music and lyrics by Peter Apfelbaum
ABOUT THE LABEL - M.O.D. Technologies - revealing light on the development of new sound experiences in material culture. A multi-directional music / sound / information system. Initiated in 2010 by bassist / producer Bill Laswell and Giacomo Bruzzo, co-founder of the progressive / future music label Rare Noise.
M.O.D. - A futuristic hybrid of music exploration - dub / dub step / reggae / world / africa / drum'n'bass / mutant hip hop / avant metal / experimental / vocal music / instrumental / DJ culture and much more. M.O.D. resumes and continues the legacy of AXIOM, the timeless imprint established in 1989 by Bill Laswell with Chris Blackwell, founder of Island Records.
ABOUT THE SERIES - The Incunabula Series promises to present rare and unique, one time only captured events, in some cases originally experienced by a fortunate few and recover unusual, lost until now studio recordings. Documenting as far back as the early 80s up to present time. Moments seldom heard or experienced by anyone.
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