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Preacher and The Knife

Preacher and The Knife

Preacher and The Knife


Preacher and the Knife is a 5-piece ensemble intent on redefining the bounds of modern dance music. “It’s like Professor Murder gone Nick Cave and produced by LCD Soundsystem.” (bidabidi.com) They played their first show, appropriately, on Halloween 2006, and since have been performing with a mind towards evoking the spirits of old, borrowing broadly from American gospel, tribal drumming, and Caribbean island sounds. “A mix of bizzaro psychedelia Read more on Last.fm
Preacher and the Knife is a 5-piece ensemble intent on redefining the bounds of modern dance music. “It’s like Professor Murder gone Nick Cave and produced by LCD Soundsystem.” (bidabidi.com) They played their first show, appropriately, on Halloween 2006, and since have been performing with a mind towards evoking the spirits of old, borrowing broadly from American gospel, tribal drumming, and Caribbean island sounds. “A mix of bizzaro psychedelia and minimalist no wave action — all reverb-drenched hollering and cowbells and thumpy drums.” (therichgirlsareweeping.com) Most shows feature appearances by guest musicians; recent additions include taiko drummers, gospel singers, and Dennis Young of Liquid Liquid. Preacher and the Knife is Daniel Barcelowsky (vocals), Jon Ramos (bass), Fiore Tedesco III (drums), Jordan Hadley (keyboards), and John Reineck (percussion and vocals).

“Incantations both holy and profane with a hint of swamp muck humid sweat, I do declare Preacher and the Knife to be a force.” (Realitynoshow.com) 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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