One of the artistic guises of Atlanta’s Scott Herren, who is more well known for his work as Prefuse 73. The first Savath & Savalas album, 2000’s ‘Folk Songs for Trains, Trees, and Honey’ is a low-light blend of laidback percussion, live instruments, and Herren’s trademark glitchy computer-aided designs, which all falls quietly between the ambient-electronica and post-rock genres.

The second Savath & Savalas album, ‘Apropa’t’ emerged from Guillermo Scott Herren’s adopted Barcelona in 2004. Eva Puyuelo Muns co-wrote and sings her way breathily through the record, with Herren’s arrangements simmering contently in the background; a folksy concoction of acoustic guitars, brushed drums, and the occasional flourish of flugelhorn.

Herren has also recorded as Prefuse 73, Delarosa & Asora, and Piano Overlord.

Edited by thebigo on 24 Apr 2007, 06:21

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