The Professor & The Reverend

The Professor & The Reverend

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Emitting sonic feedback soundwaves out of his basement and clubs in and out of Brooklyn for the past 6 years, The Professor has a unique style of fusing together experimental synth rock with a unique singer/songerwriter folk sound.

Biography

Professor Jon DeLorme has been making appeareances all up and down the east coast for the past 5 years. Featured unique instruments such as the theremin, various synths, guitar, bass, drum machine,pedal steel guitar and the homemade electric dulcimer.Formerly of the band "The Opposites", The Professor emerges with his solo project which leaves jaws dropped and electronic madness with a folk-esque flavor. Occasionally featuring a rotating lineup, the performance never comes short. You must see it to believe it. Although the music is a unique entity, influences include Frank Zappa, Bob Dylan, Raymond Scott, Mark Mothersbaugh and Devo, Danny Elfman, and Jerry Lee Lewis, Ariel Pink, Sonic Youth, Flaming Lips

Discography

EPs:
The Opposites "Retrofuture" (2001)
The Opposites "Spiral" (2003)
Professor Jon DeLorme "Dig Dig Dig" (2005)
Reverend Brian White's "Green and Gray" (2006)
Professor Jon DeLorme's "Analog Intervention" (2006)

Set List

The setlength has varied anywhere from 30 minutes to an 1 hr. 30 mins., basically whatever is requested.

Covers include: Raymond Scott, Tommy James and the Shondells