ARTICLE | GRANT SABIN’S ANTHROMUSICOLOGY AWARDED ALBUM OF YEAR

Anthromusicology (2012)
Anthromusicology (2012)

(from CSINDY.com) In the last decade, Grant Sabin has covered a lot of ground. He started playing out at age 13, went through the blues prodigy’s obligatory Robert Johnson phase, and has since developed his own idiosyncratic style that’s well-represented on last December’s Anthromusicology album.

In addition to being Sabin’s most fully realized recording, Anthromusicology bridged local music communities. Released on the Haunted Windchimes’ Blank Tape Records label, it finds him collaborating with We Are Not a Glum Lot guitarist Sam Erickson, Briffaut frontman Daniel James Eaton, and drummer-about-town Alex Koshak, who combine their musical talents and taste for cosmic surrealism in the Kings of Space collective.

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