“I’ve been listening to Amy X Neuburg’s ‘Residue’… I think I’m in love. Neuburg is a new kind of multi-threat composer, a wonder of sampling, overdubbing, electronic manipulation… a fabulous singer. Exhilarating originality.” — Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel Buy: Other Minds, CD Baby, amazon, itunes Residue (2004) comprises meticulously arranged studio versions of Amy’s earliest ‘avant-cabaret’ performance pieces for voice, electronic drums and […]
“Nothing short of a quirky, intelligent pop masterpiece.” — Allmusic Guide Buy: CDBaby, amazon, itunes Sports! (1999) captures the energy of Amy X Neuburg & Men’s rambunctious stage show — a unique blend of art-rock, electronic weirdness, old-timey cabaret and social commentary. The new line-up of Men has a distinctive beefy herky-jerky Manly sound.
“Neuburg makes music whose dizzy mix of complexity, accessibility, and intensity are matched by few… The Men ace her arrangements with humor and discipline.” — Musician Magazine Buy: CDBaby, amazon, itunes 1995. Amy and her Men are finding their “sound” in this first release, and the result is enjoyably eclectic, with songs ranging from artsy to intimate to world-beat. The […]
“Neuburg’s talents as songwriter, singer, arranger, studio technician, and keyboardist distinguish this remarkable release… Neuburg is a major player in her own right, a unique voice in the true sense of the word.” — Keyboard Magazine Buy: CDBaby, itunes 1992. Created mostly while Amy was a college student, as a “pop” reaction to her classical training, Songs has a charmingly lo-tech […]
A smattering of recordings Amy is pleased to have been involved with. . Hologramatron by Barry Cleveland (2010) A 21st-century protest record with songs featuring biting commentary on the state of the Western world. Guitarist Barry Cleveland, bassist Michael Manring, percussionist Celso Alberti, pedal-steelist Robert Powell, vocalists Amy X Neuburg, Deborah Holland, and Harry Manx. Listen or […]
“Don’t miss the spectacular Amy X Neuburg. She’s the best thing to come out of Oakland since Jack London.”