DARK CARNIVAL DREAM MUSIC
Dust Bowl Faeries & Luis Mojica, 8pm
DARK RIDE - NEW AUDIO & VIDEO mix by Floyd Fisher of upstatebrooklyn.com,
cinematography by chris pellnat
Seasick Moon, song by Ryder Cooley, Video by James Autery. Karen Cole on lapsteel, Jen DuBois on guitar & vocals, JoAnn Stevelos on percussion, Melora Creager on cello, Tommy Stinson on baritone guitar, Luis Mojica on vocals and keys, Fredo Viola on vocals and glockenspiel
A mystical journey through the woods filled with owls, alley cats and passionate bonfires. Song by Ryder Cooley. Recorded with Karen Cole, Jen DuBois, Melora Creager, Pete Toigo, Luis Mojica, Fredo Viola. Video by Ryder Cooley. Recording by Tommy Stinson & Three Horses
This video was made solely for educational and artistic purposes for no budget for no profits in order to bring attention to the plight of the polar bears in the age of global warming in conjunction with International Polar Bear Day 2017.
Dust Bowl Faeries Album Release Concert, Club Helsinki, Hudson N.Y. March 2016.
Song by Ryder Cooley (accordion), with Karen Cole (lapsteel), Jen DuBois (guitar), JoAnn Stevelos (drums), Pete Toigo (bass) and Cameron Melville (piano).
Ryder, Hazel & the Dust Bowl Faeries, Halloween 2013 featuring
Sara Ayers on keyboards and vocals, Karen Cole on lapsteel and vocals, Ryder & Hazel on accordion & vocals. Song by Ryder Cooley
DUST BOWL FAERIES is an ethereal dark-carnival ensemble inspired by Gypsy, klezmer, Folk and Cabaret music. Accordion, singing saw, ukulele, lap steel guitar and percussion combine to create the Dust Bowl Faeries’ unique sound. The band was founded by artist-musician Ryder Cooley. Ryder is accompanied by Karen Cole, JoAnn Stevelos & Aaron Martin. Hazel, a disembodied taxidermy ram, performs with the Dust Bowl Fairies as their mascot-spirit animal.
The Dust Bowl Faeries released their debut album in March of 2016 featuring guest musicians Tommy Stinson (Replacements), Melora Creager (Rasputina), Cameron Melville, Luis Mojica, Fredo Viola, Pete Toigo & Elric Walker. A selection of songs from the album will be re-released as a Remix EP in January 2018 by Floyd Fisher of upstatebrooklyn.com
The Dust Bowl Faeries album has been described as:
‘a song cycle that leads listeners through darkness and light, from dream-pop to drone-rock, from girl-group harmonies to Velvet Underground-like textures, from the Arctic and into the forests, up the Hudson River on a steam-punk voyage to the psychedelic Gypsy cabarets of futures past, from cutting-edge electronica to wispy neo-folk tunes, and to netherworlds beyond’ (Rogavoy Report). For more information about the band visit http://www.dustbowlfaeries.com
album review: http://imby.com/hudson/article/review-sunday-night-live-dust-bowl-faeries-at-club-helsinki/band.
Dust Bowl Faeries & Luis Mojica, 8pm
The Great Whiteish Bear is a song by Dust Bowl Faeries about the plight of the polar bears in the age of global warming
recorded at The Orchard Recording Studio, all sales will be donated to the Black Mamba women militia who are fighting to save the Black Rhinos from poaching & extinction. http://orchardrecordingstudio.com
Regrettable Tales and Redemptive Music with Richard Lovrich
|Jan 28, 2016||Saratoga Preservation Hall||Saratoga, NY||Performance|
|Feb 27, 2016||United Artist Guild Gala||TBD,||Performance|
|Mar 06, 2016||Dust Bowl Faeries CD Release at Club Helsinki||Hudson, NY||Performance|
|Apr 22, 2016||BSP||Kingston, NY||Performance|
|Jul 08, 2016||Tang Museum UpBeat on the Roof Concert Series||Saratoga Springs, NY||Performance|
|Sep 30, 2016||Old Glenford Church||Woodstock, NY||Performance|
|Oct 07, 2016||o+ Festival in Kingston NY||,||Performance|
|Nov 13, 2016||Club Helsinki||Hudson, NY||Performance|
|May 07, 2017||Club Helsinki, Hudson NY||,||Performance|
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