The Mother's Anger is a musical collaboration aiming to challenge people's perceptions of their ability to make a real difference in the world. The band, which was discovered in 2003 by Mike Davis of the MC5, delivers its lyrical message over dance beats and epic moments of chaos. Exceptional in its style, the music could be described as Tribal Punk, a neighbor of Psychedelic Rock.
Israeli native, singer and guitarist, David T “Stitch” Rapaport describes his muse as, “the socially and politically aware with a greater understanding of the intricacies of the modern world”.
“I came to the US with this euphoric idea of what America is. The Mother's Anger's first national tour shattered that idea to pieces. Now, I have to do what I can to make it right." Stitch has also written a book on the subject. It is scheduled to be published Summer 2012 .
Stitch has been named a dab hand on his "Buitar" (A custom made half bass/ half guitar instrument). Through his style and an elaborate system of tuning, he is able to provide a pseudo-bass effect intertwined with melodic modulation – a unique approach that creates a "phantom" bass player. “Slowly I developed my own low end… it’s all analog,” Stitch says. This arrangement has confused soundmen and crowds throughout the US and Europe. Drummer Joseph Braley has been performing live since the age of 13. He was chosen to perform on Soundgarden's bassist Ben Shepherd's solo album and considered by many as one of the top drummers in the Seattle area. Percussionist Emilio Muniz who plays an array of drums including a 5 gallon bucket. Sitarist James Clayton of Sunday Driver UK has been confirmed to join The Mother's Anger on up coming EU/US tour dates. Stitch and Joseph have joined guitarist Jordan Cook to perform as REIGNWOLF. Together they have dominated festivals such as Sasquatch (The Gorge, WA), The Great Escape (Brighton, UK), Sound City (Liverpool, UK), and currently touring the world.