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Mad Gregs

Mad Gregs

Mad Gregs


Mad Gregs is the Los Angeles based collaborative musical effort of Jason Golday, Lewis Keller, Devin McNulty, and John Wood, all of whom share song-writing and singing responsibilities to form one eclectic voice. Often in four-part harmony and with diverse instrumentation (including bass clarinet, harmonica, plastic whirlies, and miniature drumming robots), the band creates a pleasantly palatable yet extremely unique sound, culling descriptions as welcome as "chamber pop" and "the post- modern Crosby Read more on Last.fm
Mad Gregs is the Los Angeles based collaborative musical effort of Jason Golday, Lewis Keller, Devin McNulty, and John Wood, all of whom share song-writing and singing responsibilities to form one eclectic voice. Often in four-part harmony and with diverse instrumentation (including bass clarinet, harmonica, plastic whirlies, and miniature drumming robots), the band creates a pleasantly palatable yet extremely unique sound, culling descriptions as welcome as "chamber pop" and "the post- modern Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young," and as inaccurate as "The Beach Boys on acid" (considering that the Beach Boys were on acid and Mad Gregs generally are not). Their debut album Big Nun, recorded in between East and West Coast tours with Anni Rossi, was released August 2008 on Fake Four Inc.. The album closely captures the subtleties of Mad Gregs' wonderfully nuanced, self proclaimed "quietish" performances.

Though all four songwriters contribute their individual details and styles, the final outcome is an undeniably cohesive, meticulously arranged collection of eight tunes. Many will undoubtedly try, but it's hard to link the sounds on "Big Nun" to any direct influence. This is original song writing at its finest. Mad Gregs released their second album titled Relatives on April 3, 2012. Read more on Last.fm.

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