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The best kept secret in music


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Crude Sketches of Heaven EP


Feeling a bit camera shy


EQUESTRIAN has been making music in the bedrooms of lovers and on the porches of drug dealers in Bushwick, Brooklyn since 2007 when Ryan D. began strumming and screaming into the microphone in his Macbook. Realizing exactly how ridiculous he looked, he enlisted the assistance of Daniel Corrigan, who accepted an invitation to share his bed in Brooklyn while they prepared to look just as ridiculous in public. There was lots of smoke and lots of walking. The pieces all fell together quite nicely and if they had had their way, all of their performances would have taken place in that bedroom were it not for the Fire Warden’s limit of 2 (two) occupants in the room at any given time. Along the way, they have picked up (along with some very questionable habits) various Kent State University expatriates sent in aimless wanderlust about the Great American Empire like so much Midwestern drifters, chief among them Conor MacDowell and Justin Hofmann. They have been fortunate enough to endear themselves to a host of talented collaborators along the way and the bands lineup and instrumental orientation is rarely consistent show to show (as it were). They make music that evokes images of bridges and empty subway cars; of static digital displays; of somke rings surrounding telephone wires held parallel above the pavement by erected posts cut from trees and driven into the ground by man and stretching across all of the Great American Landscape.