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The best kept secret in music


"confusing the devil"

it’s Theodoratus’ electric harp more than anything that stamps the sound of this band
on the memory. It sometimes sounds like a strange variation on that stereotypical
harp music used on tv shows to cue a flashback. That, and a half-dozen other things
you wouldn’t expect out of a harp, electric or not. It fits hand-in-glove with the band’s swirling, almost chaotic semi-noise. Post-tribal, very hypnotic but pre-mental breakdown, this is music
that renders listener psychoactive plant use redundant. - the improvisor


DreamTal-Joy For the Climb
Track 2 Misery is being played on indi radio.


Feeling a bit camera shy


DreamTal is based on rhythm and melody.
Mia started life in the classical world and has a bunch of fancy pieces of paper. She fled to NYC where she plays with the Ambitious Orchestra (20 piece acoustic rock band), Hanuman Group, Butch Morris, and in the Burlesque circuit. Past performances include working with Baikida Carol, Leona Naesh, Avery Brooks, and Scottie the Blue Bunny and the amazing Dirty Martini. She is secretly composing tuba, accordion, and harp trio concerto with banjo accompaniment in dark basement. Teaches wayward young girls and boys the "way of the harp".

Nick Smith started playing drum set in many underground bands in Boston. Currently he is working on channeling Keith Moon's spirit through his tabla playing.

We are influence equally by extreme beauty or chaos.