IDA MAE – ” Click Click Domino “

Posted: September 23, 2021 in MUSIC

For nearly two straight years following the release of their critically acclaimed debut, “Chasing Lights“, Ida Mae — the husband-wife duo of Chris Turpin and Stephanie Jean lived on the road, crisscrossing the U.S. from coast to coast as they performed hundreds of dates. While those shows were electrifying for the duo, it was what happened in between the countless hours spent driving through small towns and big cities, past sprawling suburbs and forgotten ghost towns, across deserts and mountains and forests and prairies that truly laid the creative groundwork for “Click Click Domino“. Written primarily in the backseat of a moving car, “Click Click Domino” embodies all the momentum and possibility of the great American unknown, offering up a series of cinematic vignettes full of hope and disappointment, promise and regret, connection and loneliness. The songs here are raw and direct, fuelled by an innovative mix of vintage instruments and modern electronics, and the performances are loose and exhilarating to match, drawing on early rock and roll, classic country, British folk, and ’50s soul to forge a sound that’s equal parts Alan Lomax field recording and 21st century garage band.”

IDA MAE is Christopher Turpin and Stephanie Jean Turpin

“Click Click Domino” Musicians: Chris Turpin: vocals, programming, electric lead guitar, tin can, washboard Stephanie Jean: vocals, synthesizer, finger clicks, synthesizer bass Nick Pini: electric bass Marcus King: featured electric guitar Ethan Johns: Drums

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