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New Haven's Ceschi Ramos Celebrates New Release At Toad's

New Haven's Ceschi Ramos Celebrates New Release At Toad's

Over the last decade or so, one of the more consistently creative artists in the state has been New Haven's Ceschi Ramos, who'll celebrate the release of "Broken Bone Ballads," his fourth full-length album, at Toad's Place on Sunday, March 15. "Fake Flowers," Ceschi's 2004 debut, which began life as a homemade noise tape, told us what to expect: hip-hop laced with indie folk, psychedelic rock weirdness and interstitial soundbites. ("Fake Flowers R.I.P. #3," a small-batch CDR release of outtakes from 2005, ventured even further, drawing on distorted '80s-style New Wave synth-rock and dub.) "They Hate Francisco False," his 2006...

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