Ezra Feinberg, founder of San Francisco psych-pop band Citay, left music when he moved to Brooklyn in 2012, taking on an entirely new life. In the time since, life’s does what it does by changing him and leaving its mark. That shift can be felt in his new approach to music, which utilizes loops of acoustic and electric guitars, synthesizers, and more to achieve hypnotic, psychedelic vibes through minimalist performance and repetition. He joined us at Serious Business Music in Brooklyn to share this intimate, solo performance.
Ezra Feinberg’s debut solo album, Pentimento and Others, is available now via his imprint, Related States (and on Stimulus Progression for a limited edition cassette).
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