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For more than two decades Woodstock, NY-based pianist Marco Benevento has been amassing an extensive body of work. His studio albums and live performances set forth a vision that connects the dots in the vast space between LCD Soundsystem and Leon Russell, pulsating with dance rock energy, but with smart, earthy songwriting to match. Introduced by the pair of shimmering Al Howard collaborations, "Winter Rose" and "At The End Or The Beginning," his latest album Benevento also features fellow single "Marco & Mimo," a delectably lo-fi track built upon analog synths and drum machines, with inspiration drawn from artists like Frances Bebey, William Onyeabor and Kiki Gyan.
For more than two decades Woodstock, NY-based pianist Marco Benevento has been amassing an extensive body of work. His studio albums and live performances set forth a vision that connects the dots in the vast space between LCD Soundsystem and Leon Russell, pulsating with dance rock energy, but with smart, earthy songwriting to match. Introduced by the pair of shimmering Al Howard collaborations, "Winter Rose" and "At The End Or The Beginning," his latest album Benevento also features fellow single "Marco & Mimo," a delectably lo-fi track built upon analog synths and drum machines, with inspiration drawn from artists like Frances Bebey, William Onyeabor and Kiki Gyan.
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Benevento [LP]
Artist: Marco Benevento
Format: Vinyl
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For more than two decades Woodstock, NY-based pianist Marco Benevento has been amassing an extensive body of work. His studio albums and live performances set forth a vision that connects the dots in the vast space between LCD Soundsystem and Leon Russell, pulsating with dance rock energy, but with smart, earthy songwriting to match. Introduced by the pair of shimmering Al Howard collaborations, "Winter Rose" and "At The End Or The Beginning," his latest album Benevento also features fellow single "Marco & Mimo," a delectably lo-fi track built upon analog synths and drum machines, with inspiration drawn from artists like Frances Bebey, William Onyeabor and Kiki Gyan.
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