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by Zorras

Poetry-music-weirdness fusion. With megaphones! Zorras' EP features five new poem-song entities. With music ranging from ukulele to electric bass, and poetry about "The Scotland Years", Zorras take you on another political yet funny aural trip.
Genre: Spoken Word: With Music
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1. 20 Seconds Difference (Live)
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2. Tilt/Flip
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3. Doctor Says + Crazy
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4. Homecoming T. M.
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5. Paper Cut (Live)
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Zorras' new EP features five new poem-song entities: two live performances, two bass-injected song-poems, and a cover/remix of Gnarls Barkley's Crazy. Sandra Alland's poetry delves into such topics as mental health, disability, gender, violence, poverty, racism, Life In Scotland, love affairs gone wrong, bizarre dreams and queer culture. Y Josephine composes and plays on ukulele, cajon, bongo and electric bass -- and sings with "a sweet, smoky, untouchably cool voice.” (The Skinny, Edinburgh/Glasgow)

“(Zorras) do a great job of injecting humor into their poetry and are the first spoken-word group to have actually captured my interest. Also, I was intrigued by their song about someone stealing avocados by shoving them down her pants.” – Mia Jones, AfterEllen.com, LA/New York, “Your Weekly Women To Listen To”, March 2011

“A medley of poetry, music, video, megaphones – and drumming that would put Sheila E to shame.” – Jane Czyzselska, Diva Magazine, London, November 2011


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