Jeremiah Palecek is King Vitaman
In 1998 my friends and I started the experimental music group “eat sinking teacups”. We played terrible experimental lo-fi music using instruments we found in thrift stores or borrowed from my friends dad who owned a pawn shop. The fact that my friend’s dad owned a pawn shop is important because while we lacked real musical talent we also had access to extremely large mixing boards and amps. In the video below you can see our large plush 1000 w amplifer which powered three fifteen inch speakers. We brought it to play in a coffee shop.
Not that you asked for it, but here’s a 57 minute Eat Sinking Teacups concert!! This was recorded at “The Screaming Bean” in Bismarck, North Dakota. Instruments used include an old record player, reel to reel tape recorders with real tape loops, casio keyboards, fruity loops, cool edit pro, an Akai sampler, mics, and effects pedals. Most all of which were aquired from my friend’d dad’s pawn shop. At one point I remember the entire audience left except for one man. He was that guy that every city has that comes to absolutely every single social event imaginable. aged mid 50s, supposed war vet, big grey beard. Anyway, he starts playing the keyboard during the last ten minutes.
I made “Marsh” while living/working in an old farm house in McKenzie North Dakota. I recorded bird songs and sang along with them.
“I’ve got a girlfriend, she works at Denny’s”
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Here’s an example of a track off of my album “plastic champion” about Elian Gonzalez.
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Here’s an entire live concert for your listening pleasure.
The Decompression of Leonard is a rock opera I made from 2006 – 2009
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