Tuesday, September 8, 2015

New Album: Recurring Colors

Our new album is available, both in CD and downloadable formats:

The music on this album is the result of my 2015 tenure as Artist-in-Residence at Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area, Nevada.

Saturday, August 15, 2015

Tuesday, July 21, 2015

Support Interplanetary Mountain Music!

Our Patreon video is a good quick sampler of All-That-Is-Twang.

Our Interplanetary Mountain Music s non-mainstream work that's been recognized as "collectible art" by Shreveport Regional Arts Council's outside critics panel. But though our tunes are like paintings, how do you collect music as art? Patreon is crowd-funding site that lets you be a patron to independent artists like us. If you dig what we do, please consider supporting us at patreon.com/twangdarkly.

Monday, June 1, 2015

"Cholla Land," a study in ukulele and harmonica

Some more work from my Artist-in-Residence gig at Red Rock Canyon, Nevada: a ukulele and harmonica sketch of the lonely desert.

Saturday, May 16, 2015

More Music from Red Rock Canyon -- "Grove"

A response to a secluded desert grove I "discovered" during my Red Rock Canyon Artist-in-Residence experience. Ukulele, chromatic dulcimer, tarka, and EHX-HOG mediated guitar on the bottom end.

Friday, February 27, 2015

Review of Martian Archaeology

Shreveport art mag and website Heliopolis has posted a generous review of our Martian Archaeology DVD.

Twang Darkly music – there is a signature sound, a brand – is both easy listening and not easy listening. For this listener the comparison is to the classic Miles Davis on his “Kind of Blue” album. Both are modal. Both are smooth but distinctive. Americana might be Twang’s category, but the sound is jazzy, folky, even rocky.
— Robert E. Trudeau <<read more>>

Get the DVD...

...or one of the other formats of Martian Archaeology.