About Bosco Delrey
The finishing touches of the predominantly bedroom-produced Everybody Wah were recorded in the summer of 2010 at the acclaimed Memphis, TN studio of Doug Easley (White Stripes, Sonic youth, Pavement, Wilco, Cat Power). The record sees the crystallization of what Los Angeles’s KCRW has called “perfectly surreal pop beat troubadourism for modern America….Hopeful, absurd, shambolic, catchy, and lean….great for singing along while tearing your bills and job applications into party confetti!”
The remainder of 2011 will see the release of remixes by legendary producers Mike D and Ad Rock of the Beastie Boys, as well as live appearances at Mad Decent’s Block Parties in New York, Chicago and LA, the CMJ Music Marathon, and a headline show at Brooklyn’s Glasslands Gallery on November 10th.
“[Bosco is] a sort of garbage can Elvis from New Jersey… teaspoon craziness, a pinch of rockabilly, and full cup of soul dressed in a leather jacket. He can’t be topped as far as song writing… He’s doin’ the music I wish I could if I had bought a guitar.” -Diplo