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SPIN Premiere: Marriages’ Muscular ‘Ride In My Place’
From the threesome’s forthcoming debut, ‘Kitsune’
If first impressions are everything, Marriages are in great shape. Case in point: “Ride in My Place,” the opening gust from the trio’s forthcoming debut via Sargent House, Kitsune. All three members also share time in Los Angeleno post-rock collective Red Sparowes, an instrumental outfit that served as a meeting point for musicians stepping away from other projects. But here, singer/guitarist Emma Ruth Rundle steps behind a microphone to add welcome layers of smoke-bombed vocals. The result is a muscular, beautifully marbled slab of mood-rock that sounds less like a side-project’s side-project and more like a band about to howl.
Greg & Emma of Red Sparowes Introduce Marriages - First 2 West Coast Shows
Marriages is a new band from Greg Burns (Red Sparowes) and Emma Ruth Rundle ( Red Sparowes & The Nocturnes ). They will be playing their first two shows with Russian Circles and Deafheaven on 11/28 in Los Angeles at the Troubadour and on 11/29 in San Diego at The Casbah. We can’t wait to hear what they have been cooking up together. So come early, they will be playing first on both shows.
UPDATE: In The Studio
Emma Ruth Rundle the new guitar player in Red Sparowes seen here tracking with Toshi Kasai in the studio. We can’t wait until you see Ms. Rundle break it down for you live. Red Sparowes Tour dates and the Artwork for the Aphorisms vinyl all coming soon!
UPDATE: New Guitar Player Is Emma Ruth Rundle
Red Sparowes have announced the new axe-wielder Emma Ruth Rundle to their ranks.
The band comments:
“I think it’s safe to announce our new guitar player is Emma Ruth Rundle. She’s an unbelievable guitar prodigy. A better guitarist than any of us. And, she works building and repairing guitars. Pretty awesome.”
No, that big handsome dude is not Emma, that’s Brendan Tobin from Made Out Of Babies who sometimes tours with the band on guitar. No pictures yet with the new lineup.
The band have completed seven demos to be recorded in August for release on an upcoming LP due in 2010. Look for some of those tracks to surface while the band plays a few dates “in Oct/Nov” including a date at the Fun Fun Fun Fest with the previously announced Jesus Lizard. More details about FFF Fest and the Red Sparowes tour are forthcoming.
The band plans a full US tour, followed by a European tour in spring 2010. Red Sparowes next release isn’t that LP follow up to Every Heart… though, it’s the Toshi Kasai co-produced (with the band) Aphorisms DVD+12” which is due this fall on Sargent House.
That EP along with the entire Red Sparowes catalog is now available for download as “pay what you want” (over $2.50 that is) from the band. Check that out here