is lead by resident wacko, Jeff Taylor. OK. We cant say for certain if the Jersey born, Brooklyn based musician is a nut job (we suspect not). Just that when the creative juices flow....it appears they get a little spastic. They take him and his band Dumpster Hunter places.
In this dramatic and trippy video for Heart Hard, that means something akin to a Russian Doll, as scenes within scenes slowly become exposed. The song itself thumps along to the heartbeat pulse of the kick drum and freaky, fuzzy bass lines.
The song is from the bands new album, Frustration In Time Travel
, the first release on Rockwood Music Hall Recordings, which is due out in March 2013.
Dumpster Hunter led by the gangly, spasmodic Jeff Taylor shatters the psychic wall between audience and performer, exposing a weird, compelling and emotionally naked universe.
The New Jersey born, Brooklyn based songwriter and his band Mark Guiliana (Drums), Steve Wall (Guitar/Keys/Voice), and Chris Morrissey (Bass) gang up on unsuspecting audiences, using their large mouths and acrobatic musical arrangements both as tools and semi-lethal weapons.
Exciting, sometimes unplanned sit-ins with artists like Feist, Matisyahu, and Trixie Whitley punctuated the last few years of Taylor's journey.
Dumpster Hunter's incendiary live set is largely comprised of the rollercoaster material from their debut album, 'Frustration In Time Travel,' the first release on Rockwood Music Hall Recordings, which is due out in January 2013.