Ruth in the Bardo joins us from our music library for a three-song set, including two songs from the band's upcoming album, Ars Poetica.
0:33 - blank face
3:05 - i saw a ghost on powelton avenue
8:29 - dogfood
Check out the interview our Music Director, Brandon Jolley, did with the band: WUSC 90.5 FM and HD-1, Columbia, SC.
Be on the lookout for the band's upcoming album, Ars Poetica, described as "southern gothic shoegaze slowcore:"
Special Thanks to:
Ruth in the Bardo
Ruth Trupiano (Vocals)
Pear McKinnon (Guitar/Vocals)
Joni David (Guitar)
Brandon Jolley (Audio)
Kenny Freeman (Video)
Aidan Canfield (Mixing/Mastering)
We just play whatever we’re vibing with at any given time-and funny meme songs about the stock market.
Transition from Latin to composed music. Trying to get ahead of the curve. Some of the most important artists are inspired by contemporary composers, Miles Davis and Stockhausen, Bill Evans and Debussy, John Lennon and Beethoven, Pachelbel and everyone who has used his infamous chord progression, and countless more. So, I offer this time slot as a study for what composers of today are writing for myself in my own works, as well as aspiring or practicing musicians in the scene here for inspiration themselves.