Each character in Grand Analog brings something unique to the table. Odario and DJ Ofield blame their father, a reggae DJ from the 80s, for cursing them with the love of music, bass and trouble. Catalist on keyboards was also born into a musical family inheriting a few dusty analog keys for the lab (Arp Odyssey, Mini Korg K2, Sequential Circuits Six Trak, Roland Jupitor 6 among others). Warren Bray has a punk funk history and is now appointed GA’s doctor of bass. Damon Mitchell brings his guitar savvy into the recording process. Other contributing musicians include Klaverkamp, and Darcy Ataman.
Grand Analog’s retro heart and restless feet create an extensive touring schedule. The live show adds soul to the bloodline along with infrequent stage jams and off the wall tactics. Both Calligraffiti and the live performance itself are critically acclaimed. Over the last two years Grand Analog have already left their mark in prestigious showcases and festivals such as NXNE, SXSW, JunoFest, CMW, NMW plus various Jazz and Folk Festivals nationwide. Grand Analog fiends on tackling any stage presented to them, any place any time…no matter the genre. Metropolis Is Burning!
Edited by URBNET on 24 Apr 2009, 16:42
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