January 15, 2011 by Post Team
Ingrid Michaelson, The Dresden Dolls opening at Warfield Theatre in San Francisco, the Count and singer Nataly Dawn – two Stanford graduates who fell in love and started a group named after the French word for grapefruit (grapefruit) – will be supported by a full orchestra.
“There are more than a year since we played live,” says multi-instrumentalist Jack Conte.
But what the loyal fans see when they come back again and again to the YouTube channel is Pomplamoose stripped-down, often split-screen videos of the duo recorded a new song in their studio. Amended music software Pro Tools and Final Cut video software, the new kind of “videosongs” captures singing Dawn, almost sometimes speaks in a voice that recalls singers Feist and “Ingrid Michaelson.” She often plays bass, while Conte plays all the drums, guitar and keyboards at a table, he beat on his hands. Sometimes you’ll see the sunrise in the background while eating a salad Conte shakes a tambourine.
“We have a business model very opposite of most musicians,” said Conte. “Most bands and musicians do not make money on records, and they only money on entertainment. We are exactly the opposite. We lose money on shows and make a living on the recordings. ”
In the age of social media player, the duo Sonoma County known as Pomplamoose perform a rare feet Friday night. They will leave behind their helmets, not far from the video cameras that carry more than 220,000 YouTube subscribers in the studio and do something that was necessary until this point:
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