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"Margaret Explosion's music is infinite, eternally elegant, and mystical.
Their esoteric wonder paints pictures in my head nonstop." - Frank DeBlase - Rochester City Newspaper

"One of the most original and unusual bands in Rochester; a five-piece ensemble exploring all sorts of musical dimensions
linked to free jazz, Third World melodies, exotic instrumentation and a spacey, enveloping sort of music.
The Explosion plays with a single-minded purpose and organic oneness that's most impressive." - Jack Garner - D&C

Upcoming Live Dates Include:

LITTLE THEATER CAFÉ EVERY WEDNESDAY in SEPTEMBER, OCTOBER, NOVEMBER, & DECEMBER 7:30-9:30pm
FREE Admission Savor expresso and pastries, sip wine or gulp beer in the acoustically superior cafe.

Margaret Explosion CD "Disappear" released December 3, 2014

Margaret Explosion Disappear CD


Rochester Democrat & Chronicle's Jeff Spevak says:
"Margaret Explosion's "Disappear" is a narcotic soundtrack, a sinuous improvisation on original impulses."
More info and Sound Samples Available Here

 

SIX Margaret Explosion CDS ($10, Includes Shipping)

AVAILABLE by clicking HERE

Margaret Explosion "Disappear" CD Margaret Explosion "Happy Hour" CD Margaret Explosion "Happy Hour" CD Margaret Explosion "Happy Hour" CD Margaret Explosion "Happy Hour" CD Margaret Explosion aka Invisible Idiot "Out Of Sight, Out Of Mind" CD

LISTEN TO/DOWNLOAD NEARLY 200 SONGS ON OUR MARGARET EXPLOSION MP3 Page

Video For "Juggler" Directed and Shot by Duane Sherwood

Double A-sided 45 RPM Vinyl - $10 (includes Shipping)

 

Margaret Explosion 45rpm vinyl Juggler/Purple Heart  Margaret Explosion 45rpm vinyl Juggler/Purple Heart

"Releasing music in a form that's generally used for quick-hit pop and rock songs is an interesting idea
for a band whose improvisational music is so whimsically ethereal. The group's snakey, sultry groove on these two cuts,
"Juggler" and "Purple Heart," features Peggi Fournier's melodic sax and could snake charm a Dada existentialist convention."
- Jeff Spevak, Rochester Democrat & Chronicle
Both sides feature Jack Schaefer on bass clarinet, custom, letterpress artwork and black vinyl.