Friday, August 30, 2013

Butzer's 'Collapsible' gets a limited vinyl release

Posted By on Fri, Aug 30, 2013 at 10:37 AM

Jeffrey Butzers French pop opus Collapsible began with snippets of toy piano tracks originally recorded for a different project.
  • Jeffrey Butzer
  • Jeffrey Bützer's French pop opus 'Collapsible' began as snippets of toy piano tracks recorded for a different project.
Tonight (Fri., Aug. 30) at the Basement, Jeffrey Bützer celebrates the limited vinyl release of his most recent album, Collapsible. As for the all important collector scum stats, only 500 copies were pressed on clear blue vinyl, courtesy of California based imprint Mind's Ear Records. The album, a 16-track collection of cinematic pop cuts with French lyrics sung by Bicycle Eaters bandmate Cassi Costoulas, came out digitally and on CD in June.

Jeffrey Bützer and the Bicycle Eaters, Fourth Ward Afro Klezmer Orchestra, and Nadia Marie play the Basement on Fri., Aug. 30. $8. 9 p.m. 1245 Glenwood Ave.

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