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Forest Creature

Forest Creature

Forest Creature


There are two artists that go by the name Forest Creature: (1)FOREST CREATURE is the audio-visual duo of Ben Moon and Richard Sides, hailing from Sheffield and London. Performing in near total darkness they pummel their audience with thumping beats, raging psychedelic synth, broken glitches and clicks. If you're into Black Dice, early Warp Records, Pan Sonic, Animal Collective and aren't afraid of a little beat here and there then I suggest you check out Forest Creature. Read more on Last.fm
There are two artists that go by the name Forest Creature: (1)FOREST CREATURE is the audio-visual duo of Ben Moon and Richard Sides, hailing from Sheffield and London. Performing in near total darkness they pummel their audience with thumping beats, raging psychedelic synth, broken glitches and clicks. If you're into Black Dice, early Warp Records, Pan Sonic, Animal Collective and aren't afraid of a little beat here and there then I suggest you check out Forest Creature. (Blackest Rainbow) (2)FOREST CREATURE Two friends, made through music.

Two musicians, charged with originality and virtuosity. One album, made by these two fond creators of wonder. What could be more meaningful? FOREST CREATURE is the new project born out of a 20 year friendship and longstanding mutual musical respect between Seth Faergolzia (aka Dufus) from New York and John Ludington from California, who met while still in school. Both have written and recorded countless songs, toured together and influenced each other, but not until now have they collaborated in the writing process.

These two well-matched musicians have been sending pieces of songs back and forth and recording bit by bit an extraordinary work of art which will first take to the stage in performance, February 2013 for a NE US tour. March 2013 promises a European tour through Germany, Switzerland, Belgium, Austria, Italy and perhaps a few other countries!! Seth Faergolzia has been touring Europe at least once a year, for the past 7 years, and in this past year toured Europe four times! This will be John Ludington's first tour through Europe, and being Seth's long-time influence and musical guru, it is a momentous occasion. FOREST CREATURE fuses two profound poets known for their unusual song structures, while writing great melodies with a popular appeal. They are strange but in a warm way. Their voices out of the ordinary and quite elastic yet akin to one another.

Both have their virtuosic tendencies, but maintain a folk appeal. Exchanging instruments amidst performance in a 2XOne-Man-Band acoustic experience including electronics and foot percussion. No matter what genre you try to put them in, be it Folk, Alt-Folk, Anti-Folk, Freak-Folk, Experimental, FOREST CREATURE is unpredictable, unexpected; you really can't pin them down; they will dodge your pin at the last moment and have you guessing again what will come next. SETH'S BIO Seth Faergolzia takes to the wind again on a European tour, that’s sure to put a spring in the step of his ever-growing global audience. As the mastermind behind Dufus, possibly the most creative and well-loved underground band in the Anti-folk/Freakfolk communities of New York City, and with a likewise respected solo career, Seth is now stacking up more than ten albums and playing in over 20 countries with such acts as The Yeah Yeah Yeahs, Jeffrey Lewis, Regina Spektor, The Moldy Peaches, Animal Collective and others. Keeping in tune with the warm and weird legacy of his renowned former project, Seth continues to stretch the boundaries of musical experience with craze and care unmatched by the contemporaries with whom his style has been compared (including Frank Zappa, Deerhoof, Devendra Banhart, The Moldy Peaches, and The Dirty Projectors), with an increasingly honed wisdom & intimacy. Faergolzia brings his one-man-band skills to new levels of musical sagacity, mastering simultaneously the guitar, kick drum, electronics, vocal acrobatics, and various melodic instruments, concocting music which lives free beyond the scope of particular genre labels.

With harmonic subtlety, poetically experimental lyricism and all around dynamic song writing, each of Seth’s performances lovingly unweaves time to reveal moments honest & organic in exploration of possibility. Seth’s new album, Tin Wood Soldier, reshapes and reinvents musical forms to create new, relevant gestures forward. His recent solo sets draw together new songs, electronic samples, improvisations, and a couple from the Dufus vault, exhibiting a growing body of work so dynamic and full, it can be approached as if with new ears every time — outlandish, wise and full-hearted. JOHN'S BIO John Ludington, alt-folk out of Arcata, Ca., has been called “…the lovechild of Beck and Frank Zappa…who has to be considered one of the most daring and interesting songwriters on ye olde North Coast…” Andrew Goff (Northcoast Journal). John has been writing and performing since his father taught him his first chord at age 9. By 14, he had formed and fronted his first band, Barefoot Gravediggers, who performed to consistently large and devoted audiences.

Their full length release, Chewing Lessons De España is still a sought after favorite. John’s travels have led him to busk the subways of Boston, compose the score for a stilt walking piece for The Carpetbag Brigade, and play bass for Absynth Quintet, a critically acclaimed gypsy-grass band of which he is currently a member. Ludington has acquired a huge cache of material including four full length albums. His latest release, Finn, is being met with great enthusiasm.

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