"i once was lost?"
The second in a series of found art and experimental sound curated by Leanne Maxwell.
The Ebb & Flow
Aim Low Kid
i once was lost? celebrates the beauty that can be found in sheer randomness, circumstance, and speculation. Simple activities such as walking down the street, shopping at thrift stores and flea markets, and picking through the trash can yield many diamonds in the rough.
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THE EBB AND FLOW
Bay Area trio whose sound unites prog-rock, synth-pop, kraut-rock, soul, jazz, and post-rock. The offspring of Neil Young, Wendy Carlos, Can, and Sun Ra. "Like Blonde Redhead, Stereolab and Steely Dan synchronized by sonar." -- Denver Westword
AIM LOW KID
Brought together by a desire to add their own unique flavor to the SF scene, Aim Low Kid's music is a reflection of an eclectic sensibility and a combined lifetime of bittersweet experience. Jangly guitar sounds juxtaposed against the backdrop of a classic violin lead makes Aim Low Kid's brand of pop influenced mood rock stand alone.
23-year-old SF artist Leyna Noel sings you songs by which to light your lantern -- often solo -- on the piano, guitar, or cello. "Leyna Noel sounds straight out of '92, the kind of intense, rough-edged-but-lovely singer-songwriter who would be flitting around the edges of the Olympia, WA, scene." -- Time Out NY
Added by zhukovsky on October 5, 2005