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Wild Wild Sheep is The Baker’s Basement’s Album

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welcome to Edgar Allan Poets indie music corner. A space dedicated to the best new artists and bands we find around the web. Today’s featured Duo is The Baker’s Basement and their Album Wild Wild Sheep.

Wild Wild Sheep is The Baker’s Basement’s Album

I like the music of this duo because it is sincere and direct.

This sound has distant roots and brings with it the American tradition mixed with a modern compositional approach.

The production is essential and minimalist and this artistic choice emphasizes, even more, the purity of these songs.

Wild Wild Sheep is a coherent and solid album that undeniably demonstrates The Baker’s Basement’s artistic vision.

These guys have behind them a great compositional experience that is expressed through refined and emotional melodies capable of touching the heart and soul of the listener.

The passion that this Duo puts into composing and interpreting their songs is inspiring.

How the female and male voice blend together is fantastic and distinguish even more the sound uniqueness of The Baker’s Basement.

A band to keep under the radar as they produce quality songs.

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Real and Sincere!

Wild Wild Sheep is The Baker’s Basement’s Album

The tale of the Baker’s Basement can’t be told without a bucket, flipped upside down and rendered rhythmic. The Cleveland indie folk-hop duo holds close the idea that anything can produce sound & any sound can be made musical.

Since their start in 2012, when everything was basements and busking, the duo has carried a spirit of inventiveness. And their journey soon led them to the “Tempeh Kit” — their homemade percussion concoction built using an array of paint buckets matched with more traditional drum elements. This is the duo’s swingin’ heartbeat: the curious rhythmic foundation that drives their personable & playful sound, most often featuring guitar and their two singing voices.

These days the “Tempeh Kit” is built for standing, allowing drummer Kate Dedinsky to perform while swaying and dancing alongside guitarist Adam Grindler. Amongst the odd-smelling mixture of evergreen and paper factory, the two met in 2011 in Chillicothe, Ohio where they began learning the art of recording.

As the winter of 2011 began to thaw, they rejoiced in their undeniable chemistry and shared obsession for song-craft & the sculpting of sound. Adam would relocate to Cleveland from his Virginia home, and so began the Baker’s Basement. Their lyrical style: conversational and playful, with their two voices often volleyed and interwoven across stage. Their stylings: indie folk, funk, & rock with a subtle sprinkling of hip hop and jazz. What might that be called? How about Indie Folk Hop?

The Baker’s Basement has shared bills with artists such as Melvin Seals (of the Jerry Garcia Band) and Keller Williams, with a festival appearance at Nelson Ledges late September as they release their newest album Wild Wild Sheep.  TBB has also performed Cleveland’s Brite Winter Festival & Ingenuity Festival in addition to residencies at Cedar Point.

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