Music: Delicate Steve

Steve Marion certainly knows how to stir things up, in the studio and in the press. Back in February, David Byrne’s Luaka Bop label reissued Marion’s originally self-released Wondervisions, his debut effort as Delicate Steve, which was accompanied by a “

Steve Marion certainly knows how to stir things up, in the studio and in the press. Back in February, David Byrne’s Luaka Bop label reissued Marion’s originally self-released Wondervisions, his debut effort as Delicate Steve, which was accompanied by a “press release” penned anonymously by Rock critic Chuck Klosterman. The renowned author of Sex, Drugs and Cocoa Puffs and Killing Yourself to Live hailed Marion as a "polymath who plays over 40 instruments" and a stickler who devoted an entire summer to the pursuit of a lost chord heard on a Jandek album, and the band as "a hydro-electric Mothra rising from the ashes of an African village burned to the ground by post-Rock minotaurs" and "the wordless New Jersey U2."

Soul Rock crew Delicate Steve plays MOTR Pub Friday. Go here to read Brian Baker's full Sound Advice. 

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