Uncle Woody Sullender is reinventing the banjo as we sleep.
Not forsaking fingerpicking, but trading in the clawhammer for wireless tech.
This is not Delta autopilot over the Appalachians. Instead, imagine.
Taking off self-powered, from Kitty Hawk, upwind and further out, to cross the Outer Banks and crossing the Atlantic with a hacked GPS unit.
All the while...fingers and feet spinning...above the waves.

Utilizing custom electronics and reworking the head of the banjo as a loudspeaker, Woody reinvisions sound for the post 8-bit world while preserving the banjo's unique voice and sense of history.

When We Get To Meeting with Seamus Cater now out on Dead CEO

1) Tetsu Inoue + Andrew Deutsch from Field Tracker [anomalous]
2) John Hudak - The House Is Made of Evening Twilight - Wind Rain and Cloud to Human Beings [sound of pig]
3) Eric La Casa / Cedric Peyronnet from La Cruese [herbal]
4) Area C - Outside the Flaming Body - HAUNT [last visible dog]
5) Emeralds from What Happened [no fun]
6) Sean Morriarty - The Brown Thorn [lomax]
7) Ballinakill Ceilide Band - Sack of Potatos / The Maid of Mt Kisco [lomax]
8) Uncle Woody Sullender - Aphelion Counting - Nothing is Certain But Death [dead ceo]
9) Robert Urquhart Brown - The Earle of Seaforth's Salute {canntaireachd} [ubuweb]
10) Alborada de Vigo/ Canto de espadela/ Canto de arreiro {Galician folklorica} [lomax]
11) John Fahey - The Yellow Princess - The Yellow Princess [vanguard]
12) Uncle Woody Sullender & Seamus Cater - While Sails Billow - When We Get to Meeting [dead ceo]


13) Uncle Woody Sullender & Seamus Cater - Static Blues - When We Get to Meeting [dead ceo]
14) Christian Fennesz - The Black Sea / The Colour of Three - The Black Sea [touch]
15) Newton - POST ANTI-MATTER HEADACHE [deep fried tapes]
16) Dalot - View from a hill - Flight sessions ep [coo]
17) Reverse Mouth {placenta popeye split 7"}
18) Wolf Eyes & Black Dice - One [fusetron]
19) Set Nourriá - Habitec Oualâche Nghir
20) B'Net Marrakech - Leilaa Lill
21) Tribe al-Serif {festival pt II} Master Musicians of Jajouka

mas diddlage

drawing: Jakup Ferry