Clawfoot Slumber Album Release, 1939 Ensemble at The Secret Society
Psychedelic dream rock trio, Clawfoot Slumber creates alluring soundscapes that are easy to slip into and impossible to forget. True to their name, the music of Clawfoot Slumber is filled with exhilarating builds, driving-attacks and moments of entrancing, slumber-esque, ambience. Wielding simple instrumentation and a refined taste for tone, the ensemble sculpts near cinematic sonic experiences. Frosted with raw vocals that illustrate assorted moral allegories, Clawfoot Slumber dials in a dynamic that flows seamlessly from ethereal to concrete.
1939 Ensemble are an instrumental trio from Portland, OR. Metal and wood. Drums and vibes. Beats and melody. Jose Medeles, David Coniglio and recent addition Josh Thomas. Random precision through noise, 1939 Ensemble doesn’t just cross genres, they both embrace and exploit them, inviting each listener in through the familiar, and leaving them with something new to explore.
Drawing influences from Krautrock, jazz & no wave. 1939 Ensemble moves between ominous dissonance noise to sharp bombastic beats. They have shared the stage with the likes of BATTLES, MARC RIBOT, BAD BAD NOT GOOD, PETER BROTZMANN and MEDESKI, MARTIN & WOOD.