Sonig 56 LP by VERT
Sonig 56 LP review
Now Avaible on VINYL ! As usual many influences crosses Vert Piano... At the age of 6, Adam Butler started his musical career with his first piano lessons. At the age of 13 he swapped the piano for the electric guitar. At the age of 20, after a night taking acid found him outside the local music shop at opening time, wanting to swap his guitar for a sampler. At the age of 24, ankle damage forced him to stop skateboarding, and he became Vert. Since then, he has released 3 albums on Sonig, including The Koln Konzert, a sample-free bastardpopisation of the original jazz classic. After a crippling studio burglary in 2004, he has emerged butterfly-like into the world, having transformed himself into a rusty crunk showtune singer-songwriter, and produced an album full of skewed pop classics, Some Beans & an Octopus (Sonig, October 2006), in cahoots with musicians such as rapper Noah 23, turntablist DJ Elephant Power and a mysterious Serbian double bassist. The reviews are not yet in, but Rolling Stone have already called the album "impressive".
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