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  1. From left: Sam Prekop, John McEntire, Archer Prewitt, Doug McCombs (who filled in for Eric Claridge). The Sea and Cake is an American indie rock band with a jazz influence, based in Chicago, Illinois, United States. The group formed in the mids from members of The Coctails (Archer Prewitt), Shrimp Boat (Sam Prekop and Eric Claridge), and Tortoise (John McEntire); the group's name came from a willful .
  2. The Sea and Cake The Sea and Cake bridge the gap between Brazilian music of the late 's, African influenced guitar lines, and independent pop. A sound that is entirely distinct, centered around the delicate guitar interplay of Sam Prekop and Archer Prewitt, driven by the versatile rhythms of drummer John McEntire, and finally set apart by Prekop's vocals and oblique lyrics.
  3. May 10,  · The Sea and Cake – The Moonlight Butterfly The Sea and Cake ’s newest mini-album (six songs puts it somewhere between an EP and an LP), The Moonlight Butterfly, opens with a warm deluge of ringing.
  4. The moonlight butterfly. [Sea and Cake (Musical group)] Home. WorldCat Home About WorldCat Help. Search. Search for Library Items Search for Lists Search for Contacts Search for a Library. Create CD\/a>, schema:CreativeWork\/a>, schema:MusicAlbum\/a> ;.
  5. The Moonlight Butterfly is their ninth album and arrives in the middle of a wellspring of creativity for the band. The album was recorded at Soma studios, in Chicago, by drummer John McEntire.
  6. Dec 01,  · "The Moonlight Butterfly" is a shorter CD at 33 minutes and apparently is an interim release while they work on a new full length album. But don't let its brevity turn you away. This time around, the band has opted for longer instrumental passages, like the title track and are delving into some mild but different (for them) electronica amid the smooth guitar work/5(8).
  7. The Moonlight Butterfly is a half-hour postcard from the Chicago quartet that have become the elder statesman of impressionistic indie rock.6/
  8. You always more or less know what to expect from this great band - and there are no radical departures on "The Moonlight Butterfly". The relatively short running time clocks in at just over 30 minutes split over 6 breezy and evocative tracks, seemingly inspired by and honed for summer.

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