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Pachyderm Recording Artists - So Large We Ran Out Of Room… Again

Pachyderm Recording Artists

So Large We Ran Out Of Room… Again
Record Label: Self Released
Review by Geert Driver
January 2009

Minneapolis area Pachyderm Studio is releasing thier second compilation CD. The disc highlights the past 12 months of work done in the infamous studio since the release of its first effort in 2007. Included are bands from the entire Midwest region. Northern Room from Milwaukee opens the disc with “BlackLight”, a mainstream pop single.

Minneapolis based New Rebelution hits the Reggae button with “Grateful Dread” a thought-provoked example of how unspent potential can affect us. Mankato Jam Grass experts Useful Jenkins kick it hard with “outlaw” and The Rez represents Duluth with the hippie jam “Salvador Dali”. The compilation gets heavy with Madison’s Droids Attack, “The Cardinal and the Pachyderm” named in connection with two great regional venues.

Chicago is served up twice by Aaron Williams’ “Little Time for me” and record label considered Atypical Science’s “Seeing it everywhere”. And the journey rounds out with a track from HOME called “Long Time Ago”, a Denver based crew.

Catch the CD release party at the Cardinal Bar in Madison on Saturday, January 17th with Droids Attack, New Rebelution and Aaron Williams. The proceeds from the disc all go to support the Pachyderm Preservation Project (projectpachyderm.org), an organization founded on the basis of sustaining Old Growth Forests in Minnesota.



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