Tom Boram - electronics, drums, theremin
Jason Willett - electronics, guitar, vocals
If you wander into Baltimore and put your ear against a particularly smooth patch of pavement, don't be surprised
if the sounds of Leprechaun Catering echo up into your skull and leave you feeling like you just got off a boat.
The duo of Jason Willett and Tom Boram are squeezing out some of the most infectious, confusing electronic music since Sun Ra
fell asleep on his synth. Dig in deep enough, and you just may find a groove buried under their home-wired flutter
and amplified typewriters; just don't dig too deep (you may catch a plume of pipe smoke in the face).
Historians may be familiar with Jason from his collaborations with Jad Fair and Jac Berrocal, while Tom spends his time scouring
the earth for the softest baguette he can butter and performing with instrumental duo Snacks. Leprechaun Catering have
hit a particularly fluid stride for both men, but it's clear that their creativity is only limited by finances and
daily physical requirements (sleeping, eating, breathing, etc). With the 'Catering, their sound is reminiscent of Mark
Mothersbaugh, Eats Tapes, Nautical Almanac, Captain Beefheart, Mouse on Mars and Olivia Tremor Control. An odd lineup, connected only by a vague psychedelia
that Leprechaun Catering exude by the gallon.
With two full-lengths already under their belt, White Denim is glad to be a part of their third, continuing in their
odd legacy of musical, fruity Rorschach blots. Performing with acts as varied as Ruins, Verwustung, Cheer Accident and the occasional
dance troupe. Theirs is a mix that goes down smooth with practically any chaser, and without hangover; just be careful to
not swallow your gum.