“In the annals of sixties West Coast exploitation album-making, A Trip Down the Sunset Stripby the Leathercoated Minds is in a class all by itself. Serving up radically rearranged, cool covers of the era, red hot guitar instros (courtesy of producer J.J. Cale), and authentic sound effects from the Strip, it succeeds as the perfect time capsule of Los Angeles’ teeming teen scene, c.1966.” Also featuring Leon Russell on keyboards
Based in Geneva, Switzerland. Their name is an homage to traditional African orchestral groups and French artist Marcel Duchamp. “Transcendental, almost ritualistic, the music is coupled with powerful lyrics, declaimed in rage against a world that is falling apart.”
“This audio collage and plunderphonics album follows a haunting story of the complexities of modern middle America and the nightmare of class war and late-stage capitalism which eventually ends in murder.“ Marvo is my new favorite. And yours too? He describes his music as "Meditation for Maniacs".