Indie Spotlight: Uncle Skeleton

Posted in News on September 11, 2011

Uncle Skeleton is the brainchild of Ross Wariner – once best known as half of the Nashville band Kindercastle. Finding himself with an overflowing myriad of ideas and an overactive drive to try them all out, the album Pancho Chumley was born. Shortly thereafter, REMIX was compiled by a host of friends to re-interpret the potential of the record. The results were all over the map – in a good way. In late May 2010, Warm Under the Covers was released. The twelve-track album takes the next logical progression beyond Pancho Chumley. Best experienced in its analog vinyl form the album is divided into equal halves creating ambient, perfect for summer, dual soundscapes.

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