OSMOSIS assimilates ideas, sounds, and styles, from 60’s pop, folk, jazz, and soul. OSMOSIS is a soaring collection of 13 songs, a journey through a sonic dream world, and Uno Lady is your guide. Pre-order OSMOSIS through Bandcamp. Limited edition clear green vinyl.
OSMOSIS was written and recorded by Christa Ebert. Mixed by Christa Ebert and Mike Montgomery at Candyland Studios. “Don’t Break My Heart” was recorded/engineered by Jeanna Lax at Rogue Studios and features Roseanna Safros – drums, Theresa May – trumpet, and Beth Hiser – standup bass.
Cover photograph by Diana Hlywiak and cover font by John Greiner. Album artwork concept and layout by Christa Ebert.
BIO: Self-trained musician and activist, Christa Ebert, performs as Uno Lady and composes songs with her voice, electronic effect pedals, and unconventional instruments. Her music includes dream-like layers, looping ethereal tones, instruments and beats, all knit together into one lush soundscape. Her unique talent has been acknowledged with various awards, including Chateau Orquvaux artist-in-residency, Creative Workforce Fellow, Akron Soul Train fellow, and a Panza Foundation awardee.
MAY 4! The Dreamer’s Bal — a surreal creation of a living daydream — which will take place on Saturday, from 8:00pm until 1:00am at IngenuityLabs, Ingenuity Cleveland’s headquarters in the Hamilton Collaborative at 5401 Hamilton Avenue, Cleveland.
Attendees of this year’s Bal will step into an ethereal landscape of our subconscious hopes and aspirations that sit latent or ignored, brought to fruition by larger-than-life art installations, immersive music and dance performances, and experiences that rival our wildest dream
Get your tickets through Eventbrite or Facebook.
For Music Monday, while I prep for Saturday’s show in NYC, I’d like to share, “The Story Of Everybody” off the Tacocat 7″ (2010). This song has been hitting home lately. Flashback to when I had the time consuming idea to wood burn all the lyrics into taco shells.
The first pressing of Amateur Hour has sold out! I’m pretty exited about selling out of a self-released and self-distributed record. Although it means I’ll have less merch to offer at shows, it feels like I completed a chapter.
That being said, I have 200 record covers living in my attic and the master stampers if anyone else is interested in putting out a second limited pressing 🙂