Ellen the Felon | Bang Bang Bang

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Bang Bang Bang

by Ellen the Felon

An amalgam of jazz piano confessionals and intricate progressions, meets snarky cabaret dramatics and equally seductive balladry.
Genre: Avant Garde: Structured Improvisation
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1. Crazy Psycho
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2. Where the Heart Is
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3. Chaos
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4. Oh Timothy
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5. Mack Truck
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6. Cross Marketing
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7. Bang Bang Bang
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8. Best Friend
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9. Scars On My Hands
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10. Take You Away
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11. Slana Singa
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12. Party Girl
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13. Temple
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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Ellen the Felon and the Mattronome are a 2 piece, punk jazz, cabaret powerhouse that have been playing in and around the St. Louis area for about 4 years now. Their music is an amalgam of jazz piano confessionals, cabaret dramatics ,equally seductive and snarky balladry. The duo grew up together and their chemistry shines through with force on stage. They feed off the energy of the crowd and each other, using it to inspire a whole spectrum of emotions. You'll laugh, cry, drink, dance and almost never see the changes coming. Complicated timing and intricate progressions leave the audience intrigued and entertained.

Bio composed of quotes from Christian Schaeffer, Greg Bierbaum, Matthew Reyland and Ellen Cook.


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