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Calumet-Hecla

Calumet-Hecla

Calumet-Hecla


Boston-based rock band with strong ties to the Upper Peninsula of Michigan and its music scene. 2001 - ?? Members: Jason Karby (drums, vox) (shiner555 on last.fm) Anne Baldridge (bass, vox) Dan Gonzales (guitar, vox) Mike Ducott (guitar, vox) Website: Http://www.calumethecla.com Myspace: http://www.myspace.com/calumethecla Video: http://vimeo.com/2342569 - "Stop Motion Sensor" Live @ Goiânia Noise Festival, Brazil Tour 2008 Past Members: Kent Randell Read more on Last.fm
Boston-based rock band with strong ties to the Upper Peninsula of Michigan and its music scene. 2001 - ?? Members: Jason Karby (drums, vox) (shiner555 on last.fm) Anne Baldridge (bass, vox) Dan Gonzales (guitar, vox) Mike Ducott (guitar, vox) Website: Http://www.calumethecla.com Myspace: http://www.myspace.com/calumethecla Video: http://vimeo.com/2342569 - "Stop Motion Sensor" Live @ Goiânia Noise Festival, Brazil Tour 2008 Past Members: Kent Randell Jeff Barsky Related Music Projects: Mind Yeti, Double Awake, Windmill, Manray 19 Poorly Translated Summary of Brazilian Magazine: Founded in Worcester, melodic chord the band joins the microphone, creating music with battery and destructive maximum volume. United in 2001 and more anxious to show emotion on top of the stage than with any type of technicality, the Calumet-Hecla to search for your sound a sincere demonstration of the chaos that music can become when performed with sincerity. Far from any access of magnitude or search for target audiences, the quartet said that the most important is to use his music to get in tune with the public. Reviews: C-H puts "the focus more on dynamics and instrumental flash than on vocals or melody...I particularly enjoy the bassist's strutting rock attitude; with the guitar player hemmed in by pedals on three sides, it's nice to see a little bit of motion on (or, really, near) the stage.

The first half of the set is either one really long, complicated song or makes use of a series of really inspired segues and bridging loops. The myriad effects mean that we get a custom-built guitar sound for every section of every song, but he's also a hell of a guitar player, and there's even a fantastic bit where he's captured a number of different loops and he plays a bizarre solo by switching back and forth among them in time with the rhythm section." By Steve Gisselbrecht 2006 Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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