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Tarlton

Tarlton

Tarlton


Tarlton is a product of nurture and nature. Maybe it had something to do with founder Brett Bullion hanging out with Minneapolis musicians like Martin Dosh and JT Bates. Or maybe it was something that came innately.   After the disbandment of Bullion’s first music project, Tiki Obmar, he formed Tarlton, a one-man band featuring synthetic loops and drumming. His debut project “Van” turned heads locally, but shortly after Bullion moved out west to Seattle. Read more on Last.fm
Tarlton is a product of nurture and nature. Maybe it had something to do with founder Brett Bullion hanging out with Minneapolis musicians like Martin Dosh and JT Bates. Or maybe it was something that came innately.   After the disbandment of Bullion’s first music project, Tiki Obmar, he formed Tarlton, a one-man band featuring synthetic loops and drumming. His debut project “Van” turned heads locally, but shortly after Bullion moved out west to Seattle.

In the grey northwest, he wrote and recorded Tarlton’s second album: “The Papa Theses” EP.   After a year, Bullion returned to the Midwest. Moving forward, the fall season brought a downward sloping economy. Having spent most of the past year on his own, both working a job remotely from coffee shops and writing songs alone, Bullion looked for a change. Enter Adam Wozniak, a fellow Minneapolis musician whose background supporting jazz and rock musicians brought counterpoint into Bullion’s writing and recording.

Growing tired of sequenced music, Bullion was ready for something that felt more human. Bullion began recording using mostly acoustic instruments and untreated, raw vocals. In a small basement studio just outside of Minneapolis, Bullion and Wozniak finished out the winter and welcomed spring. After just a few months together, they were already putting the finishing touches on a new, more mature and honest record, “Evergreens.”   “Evergreens” will be available digitally and physically on March 30, 2010 on Afternoon Records.

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