Sickafoose, Todd / Tiny Resistors
Album: Tiny Resistors   Collection:Jazz
Artist:Sickafoose, Todd   Added:Jul 2008

A-File Activity
Add Date: 2008-08-10 Pull Date: 2008-10-12 Charts: Jazz
Week Ending: Oct 12 Sep 28 Sep 7 Aug 31 Aug 24 Aug 17
Airplays: 1 1 1 1 1 3

Recent Airplay
1. Apr 08, 2014: That's Not Bluegrass
Cloud Of Dust
4. Oct 10, 2008: Memory Select
Invisible Ink, Revealed
2. Jun 04, 2013: Sunshine . . . in the Afternoon
Warm Stone (Playing w/ Will Bernard Quartet Sat @ Duende, Oakland)
5. Sep 24, 2008: Rorshach's Dance
Bye Bye Bees
3. Nov 16, 2012: No Cover, No Minimum
Tiny Resistors
6. Sep 05, 2008: Memory Select
Future Flora

Album Review
Craig Matsumoto
Reviewed 2008-07-27
Easygoing instrumentals from the bassist for Ani DiFranco (who makes appearances on 3 and 4). Pretty stuff, but not sleepy. Gentle, chiming electric guitars feature heavily (indie post-rock fans take note), but the horns get their say too. Great stuff for a lazy summer day. For similar music with more experimentation, check out Jim Black's Alas No Axis.

1- Mid/fast, gets into a chunky kind of groove. Heats up with a guitar solo later.
2- A bit of stern funk. Twangy guitars over a curly bass riff.
3- Tense two-chord pattern and wordless vocals, into a nice middle-intensity horn line. A touch of funk in the guitar.
4- Slowish, languid, pretty. Quietly intense trombone solo.
5- Easygoing.
6- Beautifully spun. Mid/fast and open-aired. Really nice violin.
7- Sunny, funky, a touch of South Africa?
8- A sultry march with wah-wah muted trumpet
9- Relatively quiet. Soft. With professional-sounding whistling (actual, human, with-the-lips whistling.)
10- Perky and bright, but still breezy. Freakout ending.
11- Slowly tuneful conclusion

Track Listing
1. Future Flora   6. Cloud Of Dust
2. Invisible Ink, Revealed   7. Warm Stone
3. Bye Bye Bees   8. Paper Trombones
4. Pianos Of The 9th Ward   9. Whistle
5. Everyone Is Going   10. Tiny Resistors
  11. Barnacle