Chrome Feather Future
A rotating cast of characters stitch sounds into songs that itch but never truly heal. No loyalty is paid to any one musical style. Sounds spark ideas spark sounds. Kittens licking faces, limousines crashing, busy shoppers shopping for that special someone - these are the daily events that inspire what Reptilica does. Minimal equipment and gallon doses of electricity are used and enjoyed on each of the 12 tracks of the new album Chrome Feather Future. No far reaching theories or philosophies - just music best heard on a waterbed in the back of a van. Starting in 1997, Ed Creagan branched Reptilica from the Chicago band Cheerleader -- he participated in and drew inspiration from related music projects Skarekrau Radio, 30/30 Vision, The Pushers, and Wilderness. The music is made in sunny Humboldt Park, Chicago, U.S.A.
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