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Brooklyn based musician Jared Samuel introduces his band Invisible Familiars and talks of William Blake, coconuts and their delicious debut LP Disturbing Wildlife.
Written by Gemma Dietrich
Invisible Familiars is the creation of the talented multi instrumentalist Jared Samuel. His debut LP Disturbing Wildlife, which he penned on a houseboat named Gypsy docked in Jamaica Bay, was released on Other Music Recording Co. this January and does a fine job of making life feel much better. Whilst his captivating lyrics promise you that it’ll all be ok, Invisible Familiars converse with your inner secret self and stroke your soul in the most reassuring of fashions. Speaking of his work in such a graceful and modest fashion you can’t help but be somewhat endeared. I’m not sure he fully appreciates his own brilliance yet. Perhaps that’s part of the charm.
Tell us about your band name. How did it come about?
I took the name from a passage in a Joseph Campbell book that'd been recommended as a sort of beginner's skeleton key to start making better sense of the… read more