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Band/Artist Name & Pronunciation: Time is Fire
Recommended if you like: Public Image Ltd. - Gang of Four - Taking Heads
Story behind your band/artist name: Loud Reed is our inspiration. through some research we learned he had a professor and mentor poet named Delmore Schwartz.he has a poem called "Calmly We Walk Through This April's Day" and our name is derived from a line in this poem
Band Members: Jim Thomson, Hans Orifice (Drum, Percussions) - Matthew Perrone (Guitar) - Jeff Barsky (Guitar) - Kai Filipczak (Bass) - Kamyar Arsani (Daf, Vocals)
What part of the DC region is the artist tied to and how? Where is the artist's current home base if not DC : District of Columbia
At least 3 interesting/entertaining facts about the band related to persons/events in Washington DC area: Back bone of Time is Fire, is Hans Orifice of GWAR, who runs a record label in DC (Electric Cowbell Records) and had his first DIY Festival in the city called "Multiflora Fest"
Brendan Canty, drummer of FUGAZI sprinkled his magic on our first two albums with his mixing skills. We strive to make him a proud father
Time is Fire was featured in Washington Post on April 8,2016, interviewed by Mark Jenkins. He said "Sweet Jane gets an obscure accent"
Anything else we should know, or you want to share: We have new recordings to share very soon. Sounds very different from first two bodies of work we arranged
Facebook URL: https://www.facebook.com/TimeIsTheFire/
Spotify Link: https://open.spotify.com/album/5RU2kKQh3w7czgJ2APjpXz
Other Links: https://electriccowbellrecords.bandcamp.com/album/angels
Main Genre: Rock