Thanks to local La Blogotheque -style A/V project Filmed in Stereo , you can now experience the fuerza of hard-hitting (literal) drum-and-bass duo The Last Slice of Butter from the comfort of your cubicle/bedroom/whatever. Their set (which comprises adrenaline-soaked takes on „Thank You Sibiü,” „L,” „Can,” and „Winter”) has yet to be sliced up into individual clips, so for now you can watch the whole set below. Over at the Filmed in Stereo site , you can grab free mp3s of all the tracks. FIS is the project of Omar Shaukat (full disclosure: I work with Shaukat at Rainy Dawg Radio and USF filmed a set for them) and Dylan Wall, who’s been keeping busy with EQ work on local records, including the Naomi Punk self-titled. Last Friday I watched Naomi Punk perform at the Redmond Firehouse, and Kevin Erickson (of the All-Ages Movement Project ) and I got to talking about Travis Coster’s totally unique stage presence. Coster is the drummer walloping his kit as part of TLSOB in the above clip, and he fronts Naomi Punk’s live roster. He always seems coiled, on the tips of his toes—whether on the drums or guitar—as if on the verge of destroying his kit or busting out with some high-energy showmanship. The Last Slice of Butter and Naomi Punk are phenomenal live acts, and this clip—while no substitute for the real thing—does a good job approximating their ferocity. [ Subscribe to the comments on this story ]
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Thanks to local La Blogotheque -style A/V project Filmed in Stereo , you can now experience the fuerza of hard-hitting (literal) drum-and-bass duo The Last Slice of Butter from the comfort of your cubicle/bedroom/whatever. Their set (which comprises adrenaline-soaked takes on „Thank You Sibiü,” „L,” „Can,” and „Winter”) has yet to be sliced up into individual clips, so for now you can watch the whole set below. Over at the Filmed in Stereo site , you can grab free mp3s of all the tracks. FIS is the project of Omar Shaukat (full disclosure: I work with Shaukat at Rainy Dawg Radio and USF filmed a set for them) and Dylan Wall, who’s been keeping busy with EQ work on local records, including the Naomi Punk self-titled. Last Friday I watched Naomi Punk perform at the Redmond Firehouse, and Kevin Erickson (of the All-Ages Movement Project ) and I got to talking about Travis Coster’s totally unique stage presence. Coster is the drummer walloping his kit as part of TLSOB in the above clip, and he fronts Naomi Punk’s live roster. He always seems coiled, on the tips of his toes—whether on the drums or guitar—as if on the verge of destroying his kit or busting out with some high-energy showmanship. The Last Slice of Butter and Naomi Punk are phenomenal live acts, and this clip—while no substitute for the real thing—does a good job approximating their ferocity. [ Subscribe to the comments on this story ]
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