Live on Soundcheck: The Hundred In The Hands

Wednesday, December 15, 2010

You might be surprised to find that the band behind this rich sound, The Hundred In The Hands, is just a duo with a truck-load of equipment. The group gets its name from a battle between the Lakota tribe and the U.S. Army in 1866.

The band's Web site has a fanzine of interviews and mixtapes, including one with songs by all female vocalists. The Hundred In The Hands recently played its song "Commotion" in WNYC's Soundcheck studios.


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What's that cool looking effects processor that look like a controller for a room humidifier?

Dec. 30 2010 03:14 PM

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