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Review: Ceschi - The One Man Band Broke Up
Tuesday, December 21, 2010

Astute readers will recognize the name Ceschi as the artist who was named Best Indie Rock act in the New Haven Advocate’s 2010 Grand Band Slam. A multitalented individual, Ceschi is also an emcee, and his latest hip-hop release, The One Man Band Broke Up, follows the life and times of the fictional Julius, who has a rise to fame followed by a crashing down. Some of the songs are personal, and all of them reflect the way Ceschi was feeling about hip-hop at the time he wrote them. The variety in the music of The One Man Band Broke Up shouldn’t come as much of a surprise, as Ceschi performs nearly every genre of music. There’s the incredibly fast rapping on the title track and “Half Mast,” the David Bowie tinged “Lament For Captain Julius,” and the folk inspired “For My Disappointing Hip-Hop Heroes,” just to name a few. It’s multifaceted music for a multifaceted listener and it’s both easy and enjoyable to get wrapped up in the tale of Julius.

Review originally ran in the New Haven Advocate.

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