Benjamin Verdoes makes his second stop by BTR Live Studio — previously seen as half of the buzzing duo, Iska Dhaaf — this time performing solo, demonstrating his unorthodox approach to songwriting. Already well known in Seattle and beyond, largely due to his work with the band Mt. St. Helens Vietnam Band, Verdoes is quickly building a reputation with this, the first work under his own name.
Featured song: “Evil Eye”
Complete broadcast and audio playlist: http://b-t-r.co/1lqtEZ1
The Evil Eye, Benjamin Verdoes’ debut album, is now available.
Special thanks to Ear Trumpet Labs for furnishing the Edwina microphone used to record the vocals for this session.
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