Lucibel Crater is proud to present “The Family Album,” produced by Lucibel, mixed by Bryce Goggin and mastered by Fred Kevorkian. If music can trigger long-abandoned muscle memories, here are 10 short films from American life. Love, lust, struggle, loneliness, paranoia fill the landscape in the portraits of “The Family Album.” The layers of sound are both familiar and unsettling, created by over 20 hours of live, open improvisation and then whittled down to the essence of each player’s individual sound. Lou Reed joins “At a Threadbare Funeral,” adding a eulogy full of fire and
brimstone. It’s easy to open “The Family Album,” and each time will reveal another image. Closing it might be tough.
“It's not easy to sound this fresh without ever sounding contrived, but Lucibel Crater pulls it off effortlessly. The Family Album enacts family values the way they ought to be -- emotionally charged, continually surprising, inspiring in their originality and ambition, provocative and fun, noisy and meaningful. And entirely satisfying.”
- Anthony DeCurtis, Contributing Editor, Rolling Stone
"Lucibel Crater is a breath of fresh air. Compelling melodies, with evocative hybrid organic/electro sounds and sterling performances (seldom heard in a Techno wasteland)”
-Tony Visconti, Producer, David Bowie, Angelique Kidjo
Official Website: http://lucibelcrater.com
Added by Crater on April 24, 2008