A final bit of Boschiness…
Run Back Across The Border from the “Welcome to Bordertown” Special Edition Audiobook
Music for the New Dark Ages (2004-2012)
And finally, the final bit of work from Thee Bosch to be released: the “Welcome To Bordertown Special Edition” audio book, now available on preorder for delivery September 1st, 2013.
Bordertown, a city on the border between our human world and the elfin realm. Where both magic and technology refuse to follow anyone’s rules. Where Elves play in rock bands and race down the street on spell-powered motorbikes. Where human kids recreate themselves in the squats and clubs and artists’ studios of Soho.
The major piece in this new edition is Steven Brust as lead vocalist backed by FnBosch on his poem “Run Back Across The Border,” with a melody written by Scott Nieman, and featuring multiple tracks of motorcycle-inspired baritone sax by Steve Clarke. We recorded this in early 2012 at dubNemo studios.
After 8 Boschy years playing music from the new dark ages, the band is coming to an end. You’ll see us as individuals continuing to play music around town in times to come, but thee Felonious Bosch (Renée, Steve, Nemo, Drew, David, Katy) is going on hiatus.
To end on a high note, we’re working to complete an album of our most recent recordings, under the title Phenomena. We’ll be putting the entire record up for streaming on SoundCloud as soon as mixes are finalized, and if we’re quick enough (!) it will be available for sale November 10th.
Our final performance will be at the Wild Tymes in Saint Paul on Saturday November 10th. We’ll play a full 70-minute set with drum kit.
Here’s a photo from last night’s concert at the Black Dog (courtesy Jon Strand):
Saturday July 28th – we play at 4pm alongside a slew of other talented folks. We’re still working on our setlist, but we’re planning a “Bosch Lite” way to play our songs, with baritone ukulele replacing Drew’s bass guitar.
“…unlike a lot of other assorted summer music fests, the hype is downplayed and the music is allowed to be the life of the party. This is a free event, which means if you were planning on mowing the lawn or doing something responsible on your Saturday off, you suddenly have a really good reason not to.”
Live at the History Theater in Saint Paul
Studio recording from Toy Box
Live in Minneapolis at a benefit “The Kidneys are Alright”
From New Dark Ages