Blood Moon

by You Can Call Me Sir

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1.
Dark River 06:36
D a r k e n e d magic A dark river Drenched in blues Smoldering desires Burn through you Snake charms poison Scars to flame Heart stoked the fire Bed burned in shame Bottle shards wound Deepen the vein Dark magic 4 year old pain I don’t know who you are
2.
Jackalope 02:41
I see you at the edge of the highway You dirty dog You take what you need and go away I see you at the edge of the skyway You lying dog… You take what you need and go away I see you at the edge of the gallery You filthy dog You take what you need and go away I see you at the edge of this mind game You rabid dog You take what you need and go away What would your mama say… baby girl… Jackalope You’re a Jackalope
3.
Blood Moon 04:09
Across the street the man is dead The moon in the sky is red There’s blood on the avenue There’s blood on the living moon There’s smoke on the riverbed This voice ringing in my head There’s blood on the living moon There’s blood running over you I’ll follow you I hope you follow Hell in your eyes Lake of fire Wipe your eyes angel child Sins to the dogs The stockpile fire Close your eyes Light the fire Right into the fire I’ll follow you
4.
I climbed through your window To find you stare Blood runs past your eyes A silent glare The man in the room was never there Your fire burns the sky Steals the air Distorted in the moonlight I climbed the stairs The smell of gasoline In your tangled hair Across the dirty sheets Your lipstick smeared Your body like a ghost In the broken mirror This love is on fire

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The music reflects on magic and rituals that we participate in, either accidentally or self curated and how these rituals have an effect on our lived identities. It wonders why we compose these rituals...what kind of power we gain, what kind of power we take from others, unconsciously and consciously. This music is haunting like the South... it's about smoldering desires... how delicate humans are and how we don’t even know each other at all.

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released July 22, 2019

Cristy Michel - dominatrix - vocals, guitar, bass, electronics, beats- both meanings.

Matt Petty - experimental trombone, found sounds, moody elements, verbiage.

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Special thanks to Michael L. Schneider - drums, recording, production.

Meg Risley - EP cover photo

Cathy Davies Bell - graphic design

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You Can Call Me Sir Los Angeles, California

Artists making digital music informed by their lived queer experiences growing up in the haunted swamplands of the American South.

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