A tiny album of four songs about books about writers.
Another tiny album. Plus: a tiny movie.
The video EP.
Recorded in a warm hole full of light somewhere in Delmar, NY. Choo-choo train, choo-choo train.
The title takes inspiration from the novel Invisible Man by Ralph Ellison. Featuring the new band the Buggy Jive and recorded in a basement.
This is the sequel to Babylon: demos and bootlegs featuring Bryan on vocals and acoustic guitar and Jennifer on electric guitars.
In the spirit of Prince’s “The Truth” and Nirvana’s “MTV Unplugged,” Thomas strips down for seven songs inspired by bombs over Baghdad and the birth of a baby girl.
Metroland’s J. Eric Smith says: “ONES AND ZEROS stands strong as one of the most thoughtful, heart-tugging and hip-shaking records of the year
The Times Union’s Greg Haymes says: “[RADIO PLASTIC JENNIFER] is a dazzling whirlwind of folk-funk, as Thomas tackles love and betrayal, sin and salvation, lollipops and lingerie.
Songs inspired by the Carl Liss film Apartment D. That cassette four-track bedroom studio jam.