Wednesday, December 3, 2008

School of Seven Bells on MBE Today

The School of Seven Bells melding psychedelic sound with futuristic beats will perform and be the in studio guest of Jason Bentley on the Morning Becomes Eclecticradio program this morning.

School of Seven Bells is a new band formed by Benjamin Curtis of Secret Machines. He left Secret Machines in early 2007 to concentrate on the new band solely. The band's current lineup includes twins Alejandra and Claudia Deheza, formerly of On! Air! Library!.

Curtis and the Deheza sisters met when both were opening on an Interpol tour.The band is named after the School of the Seven Bells, a legendary pickpocket training academy.

School of Seven Bells' debut album, Alpinisms, was released by Ghostly International in the U.S. on October 28, 2008. It is available as both a physical and digital release.

This is the first week as KCRW musical director and host of Morning Becomes Eclectic for Jason Bentley. He has picked up nicely for his predecessor Nic Harcourt. Harcourt now has a live program on Sunday nights on KCRW in Santa Monica.

Listen to Morning Becomes Eclectic beginning at 9 AM PST/12 noon EST through or in the Los Angeles area on KCRW 89.9 FM. School of Seven Bells will be on in the 11:00 hour. Also link to the show each weekday via Bosco Radio Music in the sidebar.

The show featuring the School of Seven Bells has been archived and can be accessed through

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