My first proper LP will be released next month..http://mcpullish.bandcamp.com/album/black-metal-white-reggae-2
Coming November 22, 2012 on Charlie's Records..McPULLISH Black Metal White Reggae
Limited edition of 222 copies on 180 gram vinyl
5.Popcan the Resinator
6.Gadgetman vs Catman
8.I Don't Want to Inject Human DNA from Aborted Fetuses
Vinyl pre-order comes with free download, sticker and some randomly chosen orders will include one-of-a-kind art pieces inspired by the album. For more info and ordering options click link at top of this post.Black Metal White Reggae
was recorded in Texas during the scorched-Earth summer of 2011, during which time crops failed, huge cracks appeared all over the bone-dry McPullish yard and a ghost town was discovered under a dried up lake in central Texas. It was an ominous, frustrating and sweaty time for the McPullish clan. The album's main tracks were cut live on a TEAC 3440 reel to reel tape machine. McPullish played all instruments other than horns and flute (contributed graciously by Joe Woullard and Derek Phelps.) Black Metal White Reggae
is a departure from previous McPullish recordings and at the same time will be instantly recognizable to those familiar with his sound, as he pushes further out into new sonic territories and continues to experiment.
Thanks for supporting McPullish and Charlie's Records!
"McPullish has managed to create an intriguing, original reggae sound, which truly differs from the commonly known modern roots reggae."
"You need to be paying McPullish serious attention if you have any interest in modern roots and dub."
McPULLISH is musician/producer Carson Hoovestol, who realized his sound after years of musical exploration, study, and practice in the art of Live Dub. Now based in Austin, Texas, he operates a specialized music laboratory called Gray Labs, where he plays guitar, bass, drums, piano, organ, percussion, Roland TR-909, synths and more, with guests laying down horns, vocals and other instruments. McPullish mixes live and direct from tape machines and PCs, using an Allen and Heath board and table full of mostly analog gear. Luciano, Sylford Walker, General Smiley, Tippa Irie, Fantan Mojah, Mark Wonder, Murray Man, Ginjah, Island Rose, Lutan Fyah, Judge, JahnTI, Aimann Raad, Ken Serious, Remo and Chezidek are just some of the vocalists who have worked with McPullish in the studio and can be heard in his live dub sets. McPullish brings the sounds and experimentation of studio dub to a live performance.
Spontaneous and engaging, McPullish operates with his own distinctive sound and boatloads of original music, sounds for deep listeners, reggae fanatics, and all those ready to move on the dancefloor.
McPullish has performed live dub sets all over the USA, in France, Netherlands, Germany and traveled to the Gambia for a performance at the 1st annual Back to Africa Festival in January 2012.