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THE MAN WHO COMPOSED ONE OF THE MOST HEAVILY SQUEAKY SAMPLED TUNES LOOKS BACK ON HIS LIFE IN NYC ROCK


For someone looking to learn about artistry and rock, Mike is best example to record a rock in colour. Rimbaud regularly exhibits his paintings, his subject matter include cityscapes, dino - saurs, subway scenes and burlesque dancers. On his latest track, “Let’s Get Squeaky” music feels the roll - ing vibes but songwriting style and voice have always been unique. Al - though his career has remained in the underground, he has continued to be a prolific songwriter sometimes commenting on current events with his songs such as; “Stimulus Baby”, “Katrina Comes Again”, “Saving Up to Go Bankrupt” and “Mother Na - ture’s Nervous Breakdown.” He also speaks about New York life, “King of Staten Island,” and relationships, “You Make Love Like War,” “Girl - friend Lost and Found.” Starting his career by performing in the cafes and clubs of New York City, Rimbaud signed in 1990 with a French record label.

His debut al - bum Mutiny in the Subway was re - corded downtown at Baby Monster Studios with the help of Andrea Pen - nisi on percussion and Lee Kostrin - sky on bass. Mr. Rimbaud has a rocker’s rasp in his voice, and he knows how to get the most power out of verses with few words. His songs would be even more effective with a little editing; even at their current length, they crackle with New York’s nervy paranoia.

You can found more about the Mike on February 2019 Issue at here

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