Supercasanova
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Supercasanova

Los Angeles, California, United States | SELF

Los Angeles, California, United States | SELF
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Supercasanova's first CD, Eternity Now!, was released on Rambling Records in Japan in 2004. From it, the track "Pepper's Ghost" continues to receive airplay there. We've also had a track ("Carioca") released on an Esquivel tribute album on a Mexican label. With the online release of our "lost" 2006 album, "In a Space," and our 2010 album, "Music to Shop By," a pile of fresh tracks are making their way out to the public. And new material, featuring vocalist Liberty Larsen, is being completed now. She debuts with the spunky "Where the Action Is" and the James Bond-influenced "No Secret to My Eyes." Keep an eye out for more!

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Supercasanova was founded by Eric Bonerz and the Millionaire (formerly of the cocktail-retro band, Combustible Edison) , who had met at Luxuria, the Internet's lounge and '60s pop station. During 2002, they created the tracks that would make up Eternity Now!, bringing in some of the L.A. pop scene's most creative players to help out, including Ron Sures (Mello Cads) on bass, Probyn Gregory (Brian Wilson Band, Mello Cads) on guitar and vocals, and Bob Remstein (Mello Cads) on keyboards. The album's cheeky appeal comes in part from the group's novel approach, which takes core grooves -- often bossa nova or orchestral pop snippets -- and adds improvised parts, programmed beats, and spoken clips on top. Influences include Henry Mancini, Ennio Morricone, Burt Bacharach, Brian Wilson, Esquivel, and much more. Signed initially to an Italian publishing company, it was released in the summer of 2004 on Japan's Rambling Records, and spent most of the summer in the Lounge Music Top 10 there. At one point, Eric and the "Mil" were invited to Moscow, and did a DJ set incorporating their music for the hip end of the urban Russian audience. When "Mil" left the group to focus more on film scoring, Bob became Eric's primary creative partner. They placed several tracks on TV shows ("Without a Trace," "Chuck," and "The Guiding Light"), produced a second album in 2006 (In a Space) that they temporarily shelved and are now releasing, and then further honed their sound during 2009, resulting in the Music to Shop By CD, 18 tracks of quirky goodness. Now, with the addition of vocalists such as Liberty Larsen and Eha Urbsalu, Supercasanova enters a new phase. Also, several of our "library" tracks get airplay all the time on TV shows such as Animal Planet, and specials for E! and Style Network. One of those tracks, the funky and weird "City Strut," is currently being used for a 60-second TV ad for Quibids.