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Ton-Taun: Behind the Scenes - Headdresses

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Uploaded on Aug 23, 2010

Ton-Taun is an alternative rock band from Lancaster, PA, that consists of four core members: Jordan Capizzi, Doug Hynes, Mario Borgatta, and Louis Borgatta. Each member of the band has a deep love and appreciation for music, and all have found personal success in studying and writing music. The band has also recently begun producing and engineering their own original material. Ton-Taun has recently released their debut album, Circus Court, independently. The album contains eleven original songs and was recorded and engineered at After Seven Studios in Mechanicsburg, PA, by Jason Schaffer. The members of Ton-Taun have also begun writing and recording their second album in bassist Mario Borgatta's home studio. In making their music, Ton-Taun strives to create something that is both immediately familiar, but subtly complex. Each song that Ton-Taun writes is rooted in traditional folk and rock music, but is made richer by intricate arrangements, interesting guitar hooks, and lush vocal harmonies. Although Ton-Taun's sound is most clearly influenced by modern rock bands like Wilco or Modest Mouse, it is apparent through their use of complicated drum beats and bass lines that jazz composers such as Charles Mingus and Miles Davis have also informed the bands arrangements and performances.

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