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Gig Alerts: William Brittelle

Tuesday, August 03, 2010

William Brittelle
"Dunes of Vermillion"
Playing at: Le Poisson Rouge
(158 Bleecker St., Greenwich Village)
Get: Tickets | Directions

William Brittelle is a rocker turned downtown composer who counts Dizzy Gillespie and classical composer David Del Tredici among his mentors, and all of his musical influences come together on his new album Television Landscape. Drawing inspiration from artists as diverse as Prince, Radiohead, Claude Debussy and Charles Mingus, Television Landscape is an adventurous exercise in indie classical music. Album track "Dunes of Vermillion" exhibits marks of soft rock and prog rock along with classical and electronic traces. Tonight Brittelle will celebrate the release of his new album and will premiere selections from his latest work "Future Shock."

Download William Brittelle's Television Landscape at Amazon.com

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