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Its black and white and looks kind of like a newspaper photo, which adds a nice vintage element to it, as though the hats and Burns' jacket don't already do that.
The tagline is, "Where the good become bad and the bad become gods." And on the sexy side, we have this next one, which trades guns and hates for a feathery fan to cover the mysterious woman's backside…
Now celebrating its 20th year, Sexmob (Steven Bernstein - slide trumpet, Briggan Krauss - saxophones, Tony Scherr - bass, Kenny Wollesen - drums) continues to deconstruct familiar pop tunes with subversive impunity.
”Covers to me means you play it exactly like the record,” he explains.As he puts it, “When you play the trumpet, Louis Armstrong is the king. But on slide trumpet, it’s just me.”Sexmob came together in 1996 in a weekly residency at the Knitting Factory Tap Room and in 1998 released its debut, ,” Says the leader, “Sometime it’s a little uncomfortable and jarring for people but that’s what Briggan does, that’s his thing.He’s a different kind of virtuoso.” Scherr is showcased on the African-influenced “” while “SF” pays tribute to Bernstein’s Bay Area roots.For a while, we've known that project would be Mob City -- formerly known as L. That includes two dark and glamorous new posters that seem to go out of their way to sell sex and violence individually.The above poster is the "violence" as we're treated to the sight of Ed Burns pointing a gun almost directly at the camera, and Jon Bernthal looking particularly tough-guy, with his head back and a cigarette hanging off his lip.