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DYLAN CARLSON (EARTH) & JARBOE (SWANS)
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Hi folks. Hope this doesn't classify as spam, trying to reach out to earth and swans fans about these shows.
DYLAN CARLSON & JARBOE @ corsica studios London 19th of october
He recently set out to pursue a solo endeavour, up to now he has released a cassette as drcarlsonalbion but there still remains an air of mystery and much anticipation as to what direction this solo musical endeavour will go next. For this date and at Supersonic, he will be teaming up with a number of other musicians including Teresa Colamonaco on vocals, Michael York on bagpipes, and Rogier Small on snare drum. From his recent investigations and projects he has been in England immesing himself in medieval folklore and is a very open anglophile.
Carlson was born in Seattle, Washington, United States. His father worked for the Department of Defense, and, as a result, as a child he moved quite frequently, living in Philadelphia, Texas, New Mexico, and New Jersey, before coming back to live in Washington state. He had first become interested in being a rock musician at age 15, inspired by bands such as Molly Hatchet, AC/DC, and Black Sabbath. He also cites The Melvins, and composers La Monte Young and Terry Riley as major influences on his music. It was in Olympia, Washington that he met Slim Moon, Greg Babior, Dave Harwell and Joe Preston, with whom he would later form Earth. During this time, he would often make "sonic collages" with his then roommate Kurt Cobain.From 1991 to 1996, Earth had an ever-changing lineup.
(This post was last edited on October 4, 2012 at 9:15 AM ET.)