sujewa films nyc

Wednesday, October 18, 2006

Appalachian Hardcore?

Here's where I heard about it:

Here's the MySpace page for the band O'Death:

From an article about the band (

"An ensemble of guitar, banjo, electric fiddle, ukulele, and junk percussion, their ingredients—like some crazy backwoods whiskey mash—are varied. Old-timey ghost songs and gospel call-and-response rave-ups meet punk sensibilities. Guttural howling over twangy instrumentation, stomps and shouts, and the sinner's simultaneous pleading/don't-give-a-shit evocation of greater power surge through each raucous number. At other moments, the songs are more deliberate, measured, pensive—the day after a drinking binge during which you punched your best friend in the face and then went home alone to savor the memory of someone lost and gone. But even this, to a certain degree, is celebratory—every party has its quiet moments by comparison; even dancing skeletons need time to catch their breath."

Sounds very interesting. Must check them out.

And by the way, on a slightly related note, Date Number One has some sweet bluegrassy rock music, courtesy of the brothers Cory & Yann Seznec (who also, along w/ Shervin Boloorian, are the fictional band The Punk Mariachi All-Stars in the movie, they made some real music, look out for it perhaps on the DVD or in the latest version of the movie). Maybe we will create a soundtrack CD at some point.

- Sujewa


Jacky Treehorn said...

This sounds right up my alley, Sujewa. Gonna nab some of their tracks. I heard some Bluegrass and Appalachain music when I was home in South Carilina that had a very hard edge to it. Excellent.

Thanks for the point.


The Sujewa said...

Sounds excellent JB. I thought you would be into this band.

Talk to you soon.

- Sujewa



Indie Film Blogger Road Trip

ad - wifi doorbells from rintercom

NEW WiFi Doorbells from Rintercom - amazing deals on a great product

call us for great prices on wifi doorbell intercoms & similar items! we sell wholesale to builders. also retail to individual users.

we have several wifi doorbell intercoms starting at $180. see various products & prices here -

WiFi Doorbell Intercom
Monitor your doorsteps at anytime and anywhere from your smartphone or tablet
Receive Instant Alerts everytime a visitor presses your doorbell
No App charges or monthly maintenance fees
Using the ControlCam App you can see the live feed video and have a two-way conversation as well as recording both videos and photos.
With any electronic lock or magnetic lock you can unlock the door using the App.

more info here -

or visit our showroom in brooklyn!

similar to skybell wifi doorbell, ring wifi doorbell, door bird wifi doorbells

At DIY Filmmaker Blog's Facebook Page


BREAKTHROUGH WEEKEND Teaser Trailer on Vimeo

Breakthrough Weekend teaser trailer on YouTube

Good Reads