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Saeta

Saeta

Saeta


After years of playing music together in Detroit, Matt Menovcik (vocals, guitar) and Lesli Wood (piano, vocals) moved to Seattle and founded Saeta in 1998. The next year Bob Smolenski (cello) joined the band and Saeta began playing live performances in Seattle opening for bands such as Low, Mark Kozelek, Damien Jurado, Hem, DeVotchKa, Rasputina, The Church, Film School, Hypatia Lake, Tarantula A.D., Pete Krebs Saeta recently completed recording their latest full length album Read more on Last.fm
After years of playing music together in Detroit, Matt Menovcik (vocals, guitar) and Lesli Wood (piano, vocals) moved to Seattle and founded Saeta in 1998. The next year Bob Smolenski (cello) joined the band and Saeta began playing live performances in Seattle opening for bands such as Low, Mark Kozelek, Damien Jurado, Hem, DeVotchKa, Rasputina, The Church, Film School, Hypatia Lake, Tarantula A.D., Pete Krebs Saeta recently completed recording their latest full length album, Else Another Light Might Go Out, produced by Kramer in New York City. The album was released by Tarnished Records in January of 2009. In 2004 Saeta completed their fourth CD, We Are Waiting All for Hope. Recorded and mixed by Steve Albini at his Chicago studio, Electrical Audio.

The full length CD was released July, 6 2004 in the U.S.A. Distributed by NAIL. In Europe the record is being released and distributed by Ghost Records. Saeta's previous albums, Resign to Ideal, released on Fish the Cat Records in May 2002, was recorded and produced by Kramer in New York City. In July 2000, the band recorded its second CD, Structure in the Void. Saeta's sound caught the attention of Shimmy-Disc honcho and recording artist Kramer, who mixed and mastered the CD.

This album was released on Recurving Recordings. After this album Saeta was featured in The Seattle Times in a profile of the city's best up-and-coming bands. Saeta released its first full-length CD, entitled Burn, mixed by spacerockers Windy and Carl, July 1999. 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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