Check this Kickstarter update for exciting news about the new limited edition artist’s print available (suitable for framing) and the free secret show (on a rooftop! with beer!) we’ll be playing for our friends and supporters.
Monthly Archive May, 2011
Here’s an early live improvisation with our friend Mack Hagood on rhythm guitar and drum machine. This jam, like many of our other tunes was recorded to 4-track cassette in our 8th floor practice space in the former Hotel Fontainebleu on Tulane Avenue. Lead guitar is Rick 12-string through old DOD delay pedal. “Betty B […]
Ah steak…. an american favorite! Here’s another one from around 1999 — a noise track with guitar, bass, and voice samples that fell off the back of a truck. (I can’t say where I got the voice samples from but working in multimedia has had its advantages…) "An American Favorite" by Chef Menteur
You know how some bands have a song with their band name in the song/title? Yeah, it’s pretty cheesy most of the time, but how often does it use vocal synthesis? "Chef Menteur Hwy" by Chef Menteur This was one of our very first songs: drum machine, bass, Farfisa, K2000, and a nifty program for […]
In anticipation of our upcoming double album, I would like to present to you the first of many tasty treats; in order to demonstrate the vastness of our culinary acoustical journey, and in the interest of your auditory salivation and salvation, I’m going to be dishing up some golden oldies from Chef Menteur’s first menu. […]
After some serious consideration, we’ve decided to release the newly recorded album, East of the Sun & West of the Moon, on double vinyl — the way we originally envisioned. But we can do it only with your help, thanks to Kickstarter. Kickstarter is a great way for creative people of all stripes to get […]