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Zohove

by Beninghove's Hangmen

Led Zeppelin tribute played by NYC's only creeptastic surf-noir masters!
Genre: Rock: Instrumental Rock
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3. What Is and What Should Never Be
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4. Zohove
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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Beninghove’s Hangmen is an instrumental downtown NYC-based sextet with a truly unique yet familiar sound. Their “creeptastic surf-noir” approach developed from a desire to mash the music of Tom Waits and Danny Elfman. But with the menacing yet playful instrumentation of two rock guitarists, saxophone, trombone, bass, and drums, the result is more of a psycho-crazed soundtrack to a Tarantino film. They have been called “NYC’s most cinematic noir band” (NY Music Daily).

They are proud to be releasing two new albums in the fall of 2015, "Pineapples & Ashtrays" and a tribute to Led Zeppelin entitled "ZOHOVE". Their last self-released EP “Rattlesnake Chopper” came at the heels of the critically-acclaimed first album, the self-titled “Beninghove’s Hangmen”. New York Music Daily rated it “#7: 50 Best Albums of 2011” and Lucid Culture placed it “#3: Top 25 Jazz Albums of 2011”. Songs from the albums have been featured on Comedy Central, IFC, and more.

The music is playfully composed by saxophonist, multi-instrumentalist, and man of culture, Bryan Beninghove. The band consists of guitarists Eyal Maoz and Dane Johnson (both John Zorn alum), trombonist Rick Parker (Tim Berne), Shawn Baltazor on drums, and Ezra Gale (Super Hi-Fi) on bass. The Hangmen can be seen performing regularly in Brooklyn, Manhattan, and elsewhere of course.

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