Adventurous compositions for dance, storytelling and ambiance…Sophisticated rhythms…Roots in Appalachian, West African and Post-Punk.
Stanford-educated rocket scientist, boxcar-hopping hobo, urban bohemian and desert survivalist – indie folk rocker Max Carmichael has headlined at New York’s Knitting Factory and appeared in a feature article in the Village Voice. With a range of styles placing him in such varied and storied company as Paul Simon, Calexico, Moby, and The Clash, Carmichael’s work is continually surprising, yet surprisingly familiar.
|1||Afternoon at the Cave||9 listeners|
|3||Tiare's Theme||5 listeners|
|4||Moses of Indiana||5 listeners|
|5||Contact Zone||5 listeners|
|6||You Come From the Lake||4 listeners|
|7||Great Wall of China||3 listeners|
|8||Love Chant||3 listeners|
|10||Beautiful Penguins||2 listeners|