Fistconsin I & II

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Another Wisconsin protest song. Devin wrote the first half. Aaron wrote the second half. Aaron improvises the middle section on bass and voice.

This piece also came together while we were on tour in February 2011. It seemed like the whole state was pissed off at Scott Walker. We were, too.

We were also a little p.o.'ed at Breiner's GPS. She's a little slow these days and she kept giving us directions after their validity and usefulness had expired. We had to pull a lot of U-turns right in the middle of blocks, 2-lane highways, all over the place. We lovingly dubbed this maneuver a "Fistconsin," as in, "Oh sh*t, Garmin screwed up again. Time to pull a Fistconsin."


from Beyond Animals, released March 9, 2012
Devin Drobka (first part) and Aaron Darrell (second part)



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What began as a chordless jazz trio evolved into a three-headed improvising monster. Breiner, Darrell, and Drobka each contribute compositions ranging from wistful rubato ballades to reckless free jazz avalanches.
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