Elison Jackson

Elison Jackson

Elison Jackson is a garage–folk/ psychedelic rock band from Philadelphia, PA & New Haven, CT. The band has put out three records and several bedroom-demo mix-tapes since 2011. Their third LP, "Do Not Fear To Kill A Dead Man", was released in the fall of 2013 to critical acclaim. Featuring basement organs, haunted lyrics and Neil Young-esque guitar jams, their sound has expanded significantly from its folk roots, moving forward with a strong foundation into blues, 80's analog synth, and prog-rock. Their newest record, a 5-song collection titled "Silver Sounds: Hallucinations", takes a step further in the band's sonic progression. Heavier drums, driving synth, and atmospheric bowed upright bass fill out the songs in a way the band has never achieved before.

Staying busy since their beginnings in 2010, Elison Jackson has emerged as one of the most consistent and unique bands in CT. Sharing the stage with Elvis Perkins, Akron/Family, Mystic Braves, Simone Felice and other like-minded contemporaries, the band has built a loyal following in CT and beyond. Primary songwriter and singer Sam Perduta currently resides in Philadelphia, PA, after living and basing the band out of New Haven from 2012-2015. The band plans on touring extensively in the Spring and Summer, and will be releasing "Silver Sounds: Hallucinations" on 12" record at the end of 2016. They are currently in the studio recording a follow up at the infamous "Blazone" in New Haven, CT.

"Elison Jackson has added an extra layer to their already psychedelic sound by dropping a record that resembles a psychedelic experience in of itself" - The Deli Magazine

"..evokes sepia tacked imaginary, the drawers of memory materialize in present as a mysterious revenant....as if "Time Out Of Mind" was recorded by a band of twenty-somethings in a garage: lucid madness"- Gabriele Benzing, OndaRock Italy

"With two solid full-length albums and a handful of EPs and singles now to their credit, Elison Jackson has established itself as one of Connecticut's most consistently interesting young bands. Their most recent LP, last fall's "Do Not Fear to Kill a Dead Man" (Telegraph Recording Company), is an assured nine-song collection of rootsy rock songs..."- Rolling Stone contributor Eric Danton, Listen Dammit

"Elison Jackson comes across as being possessed with an inherent wisdom bound by some ancient knowledge capable of evoking eerie comfort from shaking hands with the vague and wistful memories of lives past." - Drop Zone LA

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The Ferdy Mayne

The story of Shane O'Malley Firek, the single constant member of The Ferdy Mayne, is one of journeys – physical, spiritual, and a combination of the two.

"I was going through massive change when I was writing this material," Firek explains. His moves from Detroit to Nashville, then to New York City, and now on the eve of the release of his self-titled debut album, to Los Angeles, all inform these songs.

Hnry Flwr

Bio:

Hnry Flwr (Henry Flower) is an earnest satellite operating on empathic waves sent by their maker -- who after getting fed up with Industry, began innovating brands-as-culture-viruses . His first product as a freelance creator is Hnry Flwr, a b(r)and so life-like it uncannily resembles the very human who constructed him. Hnry Flwr can talk, sing, and cast sound from their instrument, but most impressive is their ability to translate the feelings of human experience into lyrical paradoxes.


They do so with the well-groomed brand- and technical support from the cult of music: Jared Weatherman Walker, Abdon Valdez III, Jamie Buxton (who have supported other brands such as Foxygen, Hellbirds, and Hair, respectively).


Press:

"Those who, like us, love the the quirky and somewhat meditative psychedelic pop of Grandaddy may have found a new friend." - Deli Magazine


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Official: http://hnryflwr.tumblr.com/

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/hnryflwr/

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