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The Ripple Effect reviews The Micro Jackson EP

California music site, The Ripple Effect, had very nice things to say about The Micro Jackson EP, the most recent Arrison Kirby release, featuring Dustin Milotte and Brite Flowers.

I like this The Grime person.

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Ox Fanzine reviews Aries

Germany’s Ox Fanzine did a rather positive and candid review of the recent Arrison Kirby album, Aries.

The last line of the review, translated, reads, ” A funny contemporary, that Arrison Kirby!” We’ll take it!

Click here to read the review!

The Micro Jackson EP by Arrison Kirby with Dustin Milotte and Brite Flowers

Arrison Kirby with Dustin Milotte & Brite Flowers
The Micro Jackson EP

“Burned Out”
“Do As”
“Living on my Own”
“Single Politician”

Written, produced, recorded, mixed and mastered by Arrison Kirby
except “Living on my Own” written by Freddie Mercury.

Arrison Kirby – vocals, acoustic guitar, beats, keys, drums
Dustin Milotte – guitars / additional guitar composition
Brite Flowers – bass / additional bass composition

Artwork by Aaron Shugart-Brown

Recorded at El Studio, Knoxville, TN

Click here to purchase on iTunes.

Click here to stream on Spotify

Supajam previews The Micro Jackson EP

The mighty London music press outfit, Supajam, provided an early look at forthcoming, The Micro Jackson EP, by Arrison Kirby, with Dustin Milotte and Brite Flowers.  Specifically, they shared the first single, “Action.”

There is this question of Paul McCartney playing Americana.  That is far too humbling of a comparison for comment.  Thanks, Supajam!

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The Micro Jackson EP by Arrison Kirby with Dustin Milotte and Brite Flowers to be released 10.15.2013

The Micro Jackson EP is the fifth release from Knoxville producer, Arrison Kirby. It features Dustin Milotte (Star Mountain, Hypenkrunk) on guitar and the mysterious Brite Flowers on bass.

With the exception of a Freddie Mercury cover (“Living on my Own”), this collection of songs was written by Kirby over a series of years. Milotte and Flowers were commissioned specifically for a one-time performance at Checkpoint Charlie’s in New Orleans. These versions, with each of their own compositional additions, were arranged, rehearsed and recorded over a series of sessions in 2012

Milotte’s guitar gives this release more of a southern feel than Kirby’s previous recordings, while maintaining the avant-garde foundation that Kirby typically works from. The sound captured here is at times reminiscent of Wilco, mated with Ben Folds, David Byrne, and a touch of Devo playing the Grateful Dead.

This is the nineteenth release from Knoxville’s El Deth recording label. It will be digitally available through all major online distributors on October 15th, 2013.

Here’s the first single….

click here for a clean version of the track.

Hypenkrunk, Yip Deceiver & Fine Peduncle @ The Bowery, Knoxville, TN – 6.25.2013

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Click here for Yip Deceiver

Click here for Fine Peduncle

“Predawn” – Arrison Kirby

Originally, “Michael in the War” was supposed to be the first song from <em>Aries</em> to have a video made for it.  Lots of big ideas floated around, but the human condition ultimately hindered production.

So instead I edited down a bunch of old, dark footage filmed in San Francisco, California and Great Sand Dunes National Monument in Colorado – circa 2000.  The grey colors of the Colorado scenes are natural. There was no manipulation with a computer, in these regards.

Vents Magazine reviews Aries

Vents Magazine published a rather lengthy and complimentary review of the new album from Arrison Kirby, Aries.  Once again, another media outlet suggests that Arrison’s music  goes hand in hand with hallucinogenic drugs.  Who could – or would want to – argue with that?

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Aries reviewed by Spanish metal magazine, NOIZZ


This is some interesting feedback.  NOIZZ is “dedicated to dark sounds,” so it’s good to know that Aries was worthy of their review.

Check it out by clicking here.

English speakers will have to select that language in the sidebar  to read it as such.

There will be a few who love him, many who do not understand at all and others who hate him.”

Aries spotlighted by Target Audience Magazine



Target Audience Magazine has featured El Deth’s most recent release, Aries, in their Spotlight section.  We would tell you what page. but what fun is that?

Find it for yourself by clicking here.