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Latest revision as of 10:54, 19 July 2019

Jazz band from the From A Broken Bottle Traces of Perfume Still Emanate series of epistolary novels by University of California-Santa Cruz professor of literature Nathaniel Mackey:

The books are written as letters from composer/multi-instrumentalist/band founder N. to someone called "Angel of Dust."

The band was previously known as The Deconstructive Woodwind Chorus and The East Bay Dread Ensemble. The band's name was changed from The Mystic Horn Society to Molimo m'Atet in Bass Cathedral.

Lineup:

  • Aunt Nancy
  • Djamilaa
  • Drennette
  • Lambert
  • N.
  • Penguin

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