First Impressions: BOSCO Plays Joker's Wild

Thursday, February 16, 2012


The always left-of-center Brittany Bosco has always been a chameleon of sorts when it comes to her sound. She charmed her way in with her brilliant electric jazz mist of an EP entitled, Spectrum, and then splashed some bleach on her soul formula to give us a stark punk bite from her Pacer EP. With no sign if that Black project (remember the "Rag Doll" which sound like if Tina Turner's evil twin existed?) ever got it's wings for take off, but Bosco along with her band are releasing a brand new EP for '12. Once again, you'll be treated to the eclectic web of sounds that only Bosco can create when Let Go Of Me hits the web in early March. For the moment take in that sparse "Joker" that possesses a spooky and percussive 1960's  vibe that is quite jarring for all the right reasons. Also be forewarned that you'll get sucked into the rabbit hole of sound mid-way in, so fasten your seatbelts....

Brittany Bosco/BOSCOBand - Joker
 

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