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Marc Ribot’s New ‘Ceramic Dog’

Marc Ribot’s New ‘Ceramic Dog’

 

Marc Ribot’s Ceramic Dog is set to issue a new album that makes clear the bandleader’s opinion of the nation’s current political climate.

The guitarist, who’s joined in the trio by bassist Shahzad Ismaily and drummer Ches Smith, hasn’t turned in an album terribly burdened by the orthodoxy of the jazz genre. Instead, Ribot seems to have harnessed the adventurous nature of the music and used it to insinuate No Wave, funk and dashes of sitar to constitute YRU Still Hear?, which is being released by the Northern Spy imprint on April 27.

Prior to the release of the new album, Marc Ribot’s Ceramic Dog has dates planned in the Eastern U.S., including a stop at the Big Ears Festival in Knoxville, Tennessee, on March 24. For more information about the new album, visit Ribot’s website

YRU Still Here? careens from punk to funk to flamenco to surf to rock ‘n roll — all turned on their heads and smudged, allowing us to imagine an alternate history where punk icons Jello Biafra and Ian MacKaye fronted no-wave lounge bands on alternate Tuesdays at the Teaneck New Jersey Holiday Inn.

Tracklist:

1.
 Personal Nancy
2.
Pennsylvania 6 6666
3.
Agnes
4.
Oral Sidney With a U
5.
YRU Still Here
6.
Muslim Jewish Resistance
7.
Shut That Kid Up
8.
Fuck La Migra
9.
Orthodoxy
10.
Freak Freak Freak On The Peripherique
11.
Rawhide

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