J.A. Deane | These Times | Zerx

“These Times comes on the heels of Deane’s Grand Cross Eclipse (Zerx 024), and though the two disks were recorded about 12 years and 2000 miles apart, with different accompanying musicians, the similarities between these two recordings demonstrate how strong Deane’s music-making concepts really are… An interesting recording, and one highly recommended for fans of experimental electronics, and distorted guitars (especially Frisell’s).” — Dave Wayne, JazzWeekly Continue reading

The Bubbadinos | Yup, We’re Beating A Dead Horse | Zerx

As much as Bubba D loved playing the tracking sessions Dino loved the mixing sessions with the post crew DQW (dino/quincy/weber). When we finally dug into the studio “concept album” (#4- yup, we’re beating a dead horse/the sargent bubbadino sessions), we used George Martin’s book (with a little help from my friends), about the making of Revolver/Sgt. Pepper’s/Magical Mystery Tour, as the script for the entire project.– J.A. Deane Continue reading

Bayou Seco

Ken Keppeler and Jeanie McLerie who form the heart of Bayou Seco, have been researching and playing the music of the Southwest USA – from the Mississippi to the deserts of Arizona – for twenty two years. Respectfully drawing from these traditions and from their own ancestors, they present to the public an exciting and informative overview of Southwestern music on diatonic accordions, fiddles, guitar, mandolin, banjo and harmonica. Continue reading