Debut release from Phoenix's desert psych rock quartet Treasurefruit. Recorded on reel-to-reel tape and mixed by hand on a vintage desk, "Poisonous Dwellers of the Desert" offers fresh modern rock informed by elements from Django to Hank to Hendrix.
Fronted by singer/songwriter Anamieke Quinn, Phoenix's "Desert Noir" pioneers elegantly weave psychedelic rock, western roots and soulful jazz pop into moonlit dreamscapes of the Great Southwest.
Lyrically driven songs explore poignant, bittersweet sentiments with jagged edges that point to rays of hope.
Treasurefruit was recently named one of the “Top Ten Female-Fronted Bands in Phoenix” by the Phoenix New Times, and singer/songwriter Quinn was the 2016 recipient of the annual Songbird Award by culture blog Yab Yum Music and Arts.
released October 30, 2015
anamieke quinn - vocals, guitar, wurlitzer
matt ventre - guitar
brenden mcbride - bass, backing vocals
ehren stonner - drums
additional backing vocals provided by sara mcallister (tracks 2, 7, 8 and 9)
all songs written by anamieke quinn
recorded at the scratchin' post (scottsdale, az)
engineered by andy mcdearmon
mixed by anamieke quinn
produced by anamieke quinn, andy mcdearmon and treasurefruit
graphic design by shannon harden
photograph by lindsey ventre
mastered by nathan james at vault mastering (chandler, az)
executive producers heather carrozza and anamieke quinn
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