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Hot*mess

by Beatrix*Jar

art & sound
Genre: Electronic: Electro
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1. Did You Miss Me
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2. Eye Spy
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3. Mr. Patches the Cat
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4. Fortuna Mountain
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5. Modern Army
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6. People Come On
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7. Play!
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8. And Me and Me and Me
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9. Sunday Sunset West
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10. You Sew
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11. We Play Knobs
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12. Vision Board
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13. Audio Playground
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Hot Mess is the fourth album in nearly a decade by the dynamic duo Beatrix*Jar. The duo has previously released three albums including: I Love You Talk Bird (2006), Golden Fuzz (2008), and Art Star (2010).

Bianca Janine Pettis (Beatrix) and Jacob Aaron Roske (Jar) took a near nine year break from music making and circuit bending to explore the world of visual art. Hot Mess is a culmination of previously unreleased music weaved together with bold new sonic experiments creating a rhythmic wall of electronic sound.

"Uber-creative husband-wife duo, Bianca Pettis (Beatrix) and Jacob Aaron Roske (JAR), make beautiful music together--and that's not just a figure of speech." - Kate Iverson, the651.com

ABOUT BEATRIX*JAR
Since 2004, sound artists Bianca Janine Pettis (Beatrix) and Jacob Aaron Roske (JAR) have collaborated and toured extensively, spreading the good word of DIY electronics with hands-on circuit-bending workshops and sound collage performances. The duo approaches work as play, creating music that utilizes everyday objects, including modified battery-powered children’s toys, AM radios paired with flash cameras, and vintage found sounds such as radio commercials and public service announcements. They have been featured at the Andy Warhol Museum, Walker Art Center, Wexner Center for the Arts, the Hammer Museum, and Boston’s Institute of Contemporary Art, to name a few.

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