New 9-song CD Kitty Chow and Fisherman now available!
Featuring Kitty Chow from Honolulu, Hawaii on Vocals and Ukulele, and Fisherman from Coney Island, New York on Vibes and Percussion, playing Exotica classics, traditional Hawaiiana and Tin pan alley oddities. Recorded in Oakland, California November 2012, this is the first full-length release by this critically acclaimed tri-coastal duo. Only $13 pp, signed and numbered 1st edition! A must for the home bar, beach house, and corporate suite! Order yours today!
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Press reveiws of Psychic Jungle Malfunction
Scram Magazine #21
"When it comes to neo-exotica, why would you want to be in a letter-perfect faux Martin Denny band that strives to obscure any evidence of their post-Cold War reality?The Original bands were of their time, and Fisherman, one of the best of the new crop, is very much of ours. In this new disc, silly originals like the drunken 'gator theme "Swamp Song" rub sunburned shoulders with an effective "Spooky" rewrite ("Tiki Girl") and a languidly surfy Dragons cover. Fisherman takes all the trad exotica ingredients (including vibes, marimba and bird calls) and make of them something fun and original."
New York Times Magazine, March 5th, 2006
"...Brian Lease, a classically trained vibraphone player who plays in a band called Fisherman's Xylophonic Burlesque Orchestra... is very dynamic."
Screw Magazine, Issue #1,848
"Hosted by Fisherman's Burlesque, Coney Island's Freak Bar is the perfect place to indulge in titties and tiki. This is by far one of the cities most talented and entertaining bands playing second fiddle only to the beautiful burlesque ladies they work for."