Slatts and Coker

How Slatts and Coker Came to Be

James:
“I heard Josh’s amazing acoustic ideas with overlapping guitars, but they sounded like they were recorded on sandpaper. After getting to know him a little more, I learned that he played guitar for Phallucy and his first drummer was Abe Cunningham. Like, how could you screw that up… everything was there on a silver platter. When I first met him I thought, ‘Is this guy a unibomber?’ He’s clearly of the Devil. He once told me that his inability to thrash his hair in unison with the rest of the band led to the destruction of his career as a performing artist… and I believed him. Honestly I just felt bad for the guy, so I moved to Arkansas. Now I secretly poison his food so I can escape this hellish nightmare.”

Josh: “I heard James’s incredible music and was impressed by the production he was able to obtain from a bedroom studio, and a $600 computer he built himself. We spoke for several months and I learned that James didn’t own or want a car, had worked on two different farms in his life, and was now living alone in Missouri. I thought, ‘Who the f**k is this guy, the unibomber? He’s clearly of the Devil.’ I had to meet him for myself to be sure. When that went well, honestly I just felt bad for the guy, so I asked him to come to Arkansas and visit for a couple weeks… and we all bonded over covid. But that didn’t deter him. James is so positive and uplifting all the time, and he knows I hate it. Can I tell you a secret? He doesn’t know it, but I’m poisoning his food in the hopes of eventually escaping this brutal nightmare.”

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Mario Marino
Harmonic Journeys in a unique soundscape

Instrumental Funk? Orchestral Jazz? Progressive Rock? Yes, No, Maybe? It's unique, but it's perfect and i wouldn't want it any other way. Each song is mixed to perfection, each tune takes me on a Journey, and I never end up in the same place even after multiple listens. This is Special music, and it has a place in my heart.

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Only the Host (John)
Its insanity in music form!

Josh and James make music from another dimension. We aren't prepared as a species for that they bring with every song. The Bass is masterful, the composition warps the mind, and the guitar playing is just out of control. If it wasn't so polished, you'd thing is was jam that just came together by the most talented group of improve musician's you'd ever met. Insanity

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