For a project that initially began as a home recording project, Fell, led by Josh Wambeke, has sure turned a lot of heads, from Camera Obscura label head Tony Daley, who stepped up to release the act's music virtually sight unseen, to the producers of the indie film The Purest Blue, who utilize the band's music in their movie, to his latest admirers, Thurston Moore from Sonic Youth and noted music journo Byron Coley. The last two had some nice things to say about Incoherent Lullabies, Fell's latest album, on the ArthurMag.com blog, describing the outfit as a cross between Obscured By Clouds-era Floyd and L.A. Woman-era Doors. Not bad company to be in.
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