Sharks’ Teeth, the synth heavy quartet out of New Orleans, have debuted the second single from their 17th studio album It Transfers & Grows, which was recorded in their New Orleans home studio and made using organic samples and their personal electronic equipment. The song is entitled She Teaches Art and it is an exuberant digital creation that propels itself along with such joyful force, it can’t help but elicit feet to start moving and heads to start bobbing
It's Bad For You by Sharks' Teeth, released 02 September 2016. from It Transfers & Grows by Sharks' Teeth. Cassette + Digital Album. com sharksteethsoundsl. com Includes unlimited streaming of It Transfers & Grows via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more. Sold Out. Full Digital Discography.
Sharks' Teeth is a Electronic and Alternative Band from New Orleans, Louisiana. It Transfers & Grows, their first release on Community Records, on top of all of this, evokes Todd Rundgren’s early soft space-funk balladry and Orchestral Manoeouvres in the Dark’s outsider anthems. All of this, Scurlock’s Bandcamp-published experimentation, and such creative performances as their quadrophonic orchestra situate Sharks’ Teeth as a synth pop act remarkable in a way New Orleans hasn’t yet fostered. FFO: Kate Bush, Oppenheimer Analysis, and Bjork.
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Scurlock has recorded more than a dozen albums as Sharks’ Teeth, first as a sort of bedroom project for his synth obsession, gradually taking shape as a full-band outfit performing fragile dance music, often performed in an ambitious quadraphonic setup. A version of Lost in the Cosmos from Sharks’ Teeth’s excellent 2016 full-length album It Transfers & Grows (Gigantic Noise) is dialed-down into a ghostly version of itself. Single Bass VI of Love modulates between two escalating notes like a dying machine sputtering out its final message. It’s the slow death of one row of old bones, but there’s real flesh behind them.
Once a one-man bedroom side-project, Sharks’ Teeth has evolved into a four-piece featuring Shelby Grosz, Emily Hafner, and Devin Hildebrand, and they are currently playing off the strength of 2016’s It Transfers & Grows LP, released via Community Records. But since its conception in 2010, Scurlock has generated a prodigious amount of material envious of only the Robert Pollard or possibly Merzbow discographies. The annals of Bandcamp, however, did not constitute a sufficient enough showcase for the fifteen back-catalog tracks presented here
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- Performer, Written-By – Emily Hafner, Shelby Grosz, Tyler Scurlock
- Performer, Written-By, Recorded By, Mixed By, Mastered By – Devin Hildebrand
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