Tonight! Interview with Songs for Moms, Broke Ass Stuart and Shrouded Strangers

16 04 2009

SHOW RECORDING April 16th 2009


Songs for Moms
We are a three-piece, San Francisco-based band with punk rock sensibilities, folk elements, and dynamic vocal styling. We met in the Spring of 2006 and it has been true love ever since. We are predominantly influenced and inspired by our amazing musical friends in the Bay Area. Our 2nd full-length album, “I used to believe in the west,” will be out next month on Thrillhouse Records.

Broke Ass Stewart
Broke Ass Stuart
I’ve been called “an SF cult hero”: SF Bay Guardian, “Best Local Writer”: SF Weekly and “the pimp daddy of budget travel”: Everywhere Magazine, but to those familiar with my work, I’m just “that douchebag who writes books about cheap stuff and drinks a lot”.
[photo credit: Nicki Ishmael]

Shrouded Strangers
In May of 1997, the Shrouded Strangers wrote and recorded their debut album, “Yes, We Are the Shrouded Strangers,” in a living room in a mere 18 hours, fueled by Natural Light and and humidity-induced paranoia and fatigue.

10 years after and 3,000 miles west of the first record, the Strangers recorded their EP “Live! at Bedlam Towers!” And now, the Strangers have their long-awaited follow-up record in hand. Come see them this spring, as they tour with Detroit’s the High Strung, smoldering and sputtering from town to town, playing their damaged blend of psych-pop, noise, psych-honky tonk, and experimental blue-eyed soul music.




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13 07 2011
interview on ‘baghdad by the bay” « shrouded strangers

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