We sat down with Chris Prudhomme, one half of San Francisco’s Painted Palms, for our Closed Doors Concert Series earlier this week. He threw down some seriously beautiful, raw, acoustic versions of “Sleepwalking” and “Angels” from the band’s latest record “Forever”, as well as an awesome cover of Brian Eno’s “Everything Merges With The Night”. If you haven’t had the chance to see Painted Palms live yet – don’t sleep! They’re one of San Francisco’s most promising bands and they’re set to support the always amazing Cold Cave at his upcoming Noise Pop show at Slim’s – for more info on that show CLICK HERE!
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About Chris OldakerChris Oldaker is a 15 year native of the Bay Area (by way of Los Angeles) who obsesses over weird electronic music and old disco/electro funk records. He produces music under the aliases moto-SLAVE, Com-S and Cats On Earth. When he's not doing that, he's doing this.
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