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Eli Cook

Los Angeles, California, United States | INDIE

Los Angeles, California, United States | INDIE
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"LISTEN: Dalhous Remix Bestial Mouths"

Edinburgh two-some Dalhous have been at work remixing 'Movement' by Los Angeles' Bestial Mouths, who have kindly given given us a first play of the results - listen above. It transmutes the track's roiling drums, braying brass and terrifying lyrical invocations into a gorgeous, juddering swell, albeit one that loses none of the original's clear-eyed fury in the process. It's taken from Bestial Mouth's new album of remixes of their self-titled debut from last year - head here to get hold of it and take a look at their upcoming European tour dates, beginning on May 14 at Kuudes Linja in Helsinki, on Facebook.

The track's also an excellent way to prepare for Dalhous's forthcoming double LP Will To Be Well, due June 30, which you can pre-order here. The album, released via Blackest Ever Black, is set to the continue the duo's exploration of the life and arcana of R.D. Laing, and will be "less obviously eerie than its predecessor, [but] Dalhous's nose for the uncanny remains". - The Quietus

"Bestial Mouths"

After last week’s much-lauded Radio Session with Bestial Mouths, we’re pleased to present their radio mix. Comprised of tracks that echo their post-punk and industrial influences as well as cross-bred blackened techno, it’s an esoteric journey through sounds contemporary and classic. After their recent Euro tour with Animal Bodies, they’ve infected many a mind and body with their brutalist rhythms—they’ve certainly infected us, and baby, we never want to be cured.


Jewels of the Nile – Kiss of Fire

Bourbonese Qualk – Lies

Anne Clark – Our Darkness (Original Extended Mix)

Untold – Overdrive

Grenier – Vendetta


Joy O & Boddika – Mercy

Kangding Ray – Thar

Tommy Four Seven – Ratu (Perc Remix)

Randomer – Nar

L-Vis 1990 – Girl Clap

Photek – UFO (Addison Groove’s Almost Headhunter Remix)

GoldFFinch – Red Mask

Goth Trad – Mach

Migrant – Monolith

Wen vs. Epoch – Hydraulics

∆AIMON – Evil Eye (WMX Remix)

Oyaarss – Malduguns - ELECTRONIC BEATS


Bestial Mouths ready new LP and tour, including two shows in NYC (dates), including 1 w/ Azar Swan who have a new song

Bestial Mouths

Bestial Mouths incoporate elements of EBM, industrial, and goth with vocals that have the the power and fragility of Siouxsie Sioux. The band is readying their new self-titled LP for release on June 25 from Clan Destine Records. Stream "Reunion" below for the first time.

Bestial Mouths have a few live dates planned for the near future, including a stop at Glasslands on July 15 with Azar Swan and Cthulu Fantasy, (tickets) and two days later as part of Nothing Changes on July 17. All tour dates are below. - Brooklyn Vegan

"Stellar New BESTIAL MOUTHS Video “Faceless” Now Showing!"

If I had to pick my favorite video I have seen all month, it would be BESTIAL MOUTHS for their enthralling song “Faceless”. Now it’s your turn to see this powerful visual directed by Francesco Brunotti… BESTIAL MOUTHS RULE!!! - CVLT NATION


ACE, JACK & KING (2012)



Eli Cook grew up on the blues: Muddy Waters, John Lee Hooker, the Wolf, Lightnin' Hopkins, and Mississippi John Hurt. He first picked up the guitar when he was fourteen, and began his own performance career playing vintage blues, gospel shows, and revivals in Nelson County, Virginia when he was fifteen. (Braving the Blues, Lynchburg News and Advance, Jan. 9, 2003, by Theresa Boyd) His first electric trio, The Red House Blues Band, was formed in 2002 while a junior at Monticello Highschool. Eli was called a 'blues phenomenon' by reviewers in near-by Charlottesville: "Featuring fast-fingered guitar and a powerful voice beyond his years, Cook doesn't need any Robert-Johnson-style pact with the devil to take him to the top." (Eli Cook's Red House Blues Band, by Matthew Hirst, C'ville Review, 12/10/2003)

In 2004 internationally reknowned blues bassman Steve Riggs joined Eli's rhythm section, a veteran of the blues circuit who had played and recorded with

Muddy Waters, Jimmy Vaughan, and many others, and under whose tutelage Eli recorded Moonshine Mojo, his first full-length recording, which has become a collector's item today.

The following year Eli returned his attention to classic acoustic blues. Influenced by the songs of R.L.Burnside, Bukka White, and Son House, he recorded Miss Blues'es Child at The Sound of Music Studios In Richmond Virginia in a single autumn day, playing a borrowed 12-string and his own old Gibson, accompanying himself with a kick-drum or a tambourine tied to his boot. Patrick McCrowel, a talented friend from Greene County, stopped by to sing harmony and pick banjo on a few cuts, spontaneous and unrehearsed. Eli called it "...blue, blue, blues;" reviewers called him "...a young gun with an old soul...storming through banged-up slide guitar romps, tackling the storied form with the mean streak of his generation's metal men." Independently released in 2005, Miss Blues'es Child was released internationally by Valley Entertainment on the Sledgehammer Blues label in 2007.

Meanwhile, Eli was putting together a new power trio to play and record his original work: a young, wildly talented local drummer, Jordan Marchini, who was playing for the gothic metal band Bella Morte, and a hard-rock/progressive bassist, Eric Yates, who could execute and elaborate on the complex and difficult basslines Eli's music required. They began performing and recording in January of 2006, and released the finished album, ElectricHolyFireWater, in January 2007. (Nothing to Be Blue About, The Hook, 2007)

By now, Eli's musical reputation was spreading. His band, christened ElectricHolyFireWater, opened for legendary guitarist Johnny Winter, Room Full of Blues ,and Shemekia Copeland. He chose African percussionist Darrell Rose to perform with him on The Millennium Stage at The Kennedy Center, electrifying an audience of 300 with his own special brand of African Rhythm and American Blues, and he opened for B.B. King solo at The Paramount Theatre in February of 2007.

But already he was in the studio working on his next solo recording, a personal musical effort that would take three years to complete. During that time, his Double-Barrel Blues Show, an hour of acoustic vintage blues, followed by an electrifying night with his band, became a staple at Madam's Organ, the most elite blues club in Washington, D.C. He opened solo repeatedly for Blues Master B.B.King on the east coast. His band and acoustic shows stunned the audiences at Floydfest, and he performed annual sold-out concerts of obscure Classic Hendrix Works.

In October of 2009 Cook released his fourth recording "Static in the Blood" a lush, R&B studio recording with roots deep in gospel and blues and elegant guitar work of every hue and shade. The album is a paradise of contemporary styling all done the unmistakable Eli Cook way. Citing influences as diverse and as Kid Rock and Jay Z, Eli continues to introduce the Blues to the listener of the new century.
Today, Eli Cook performs nationally, and Miss Blues'es Child, first released more than 5 years ago, has taken permanent residence on the internet radio blues charts.. His Debut CD on the Cleopatra Records label is scheduled for early 2014 and includes appearances by members of Gov't Mule and Black Sabbath.