Anchor is Out Now.  You can order the 'Home silk-screened limited edition colored vinyl LP w/DL code' in our webstore.  

We apologize for the quietness this year... one of my sons has had cancer (for the third time) and he's been going through some very harsh treatments for the last 6 months.  He's a tough kid and the prognosis is good but it's knocked us out this year.  Thanks for your endless and beautiful support through all of this.  We couldn't do it without you. 

Contact us: nzammuto@gmail.com
or our Amazing Label: Info@temporaryResidence.com

WE JUST RELEASED A NEW  EP CALLED VERYONE:  YOU CAN HEAR IT AND PURCHASE IT HERE: https://zammuto.bandcamp.com/album/veryone




The amazing Filmmaker, Garret Harkawik, made a film about us:

No Needle, Just A Haystack from Garret Harkawik on Vimeo.




 
Listen to Anchor:




Official Video of for IO with the trebuchet we built:

Official video for Great Equator made using Electron and Light Microscopes:


Our Indiegogo Campaign Video from Summer 2013: 

Zammuto LP 2 from Nick zammuto on Vimeo.

A video describing my method of rhythmically scratching the 'locked groove' of vinyl records:

Scratch Edition from Nick zammuto on Vimeo.

Bass Projector from Nick zammuto on Vimeo.

Filmmaker Matt Day made a documentary about the studio, the home we built in Vermont, and the formation of the band leading up to our first shows in 2012.  You can watch it now on Pitchfork TV  

 

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  • Ubik

    Ubik UK

    I second Joshua's comment, I would love to see your studio set up. I'd also be really interested in the recording/ engineering techniques that went into your previous albums, particularly Thought for Food & The Lemon Of Pink. No matter how many times I listen to them I am always blown away. What kind of Instruments & mics were used? What mic positions were used on the instruments? Was any other hardware used or was it all done 'in the box' using plugins? How the hell did you learn to do this all by yourself!! It really is incredible. P.S. Loved 'YAY' and all the soundtracks on Soundcloud - although you've kind of ruined music for me now because everything else seems to pale in comparison.

    I second Joshua's comment, I would love to see your studio set up. I'd also be really interested in the recording/ engineering techniques that went into your previous albums, particularly Thought for Food & The Lemon Of Pink. No matter how many times I listen to them I am always blown away. What kind of Instruments & mics were used? What mic positions were used on the instruments? Was any other hardware used or was it all done 'in the box' using plugins? How the hell did you learn to do this all by yourself!! It really is incredible.

    P.S. Loved 'YAY' and all the soundtracks on Soundcloud - although you've kind of ruined music for me now because everything else seems to pale in comparison.

  • Joshua

    Joshua Sydney

    Would really love to see some photos of your studio setup; currently trying to plan out my own space. Wish I had the same space to work with though! xo

    Would really love to see some photos of your studio setup; currently trying to plan out my own space. Wish I had the same space to work with though! xo

  • Joshua

    Joshua Sydney

    What a great thing to come home to! YAY is a great title for the track, it's got such a jubilant vibe to it. Loving the project so far, Nick! Will spread the word like wildfire. All the best! :)

    What a great thing to come home to! YAY is a great title for the track, it's got such a jubilant vibe to it. Loving the project so far, Nick! Will spread the word like wildfire.

    All the best! smile

  • Karen B

    Karen B NorthernCal

    Wowww just got the new track! It's like a visit to some quirky ecstatic saints'side chapel in the Sonic Cathedral of Joy! Thanks so much, although it's now 2 in the morning and after listening to that three times the last thing I want to do is go to bed! If only I had some stars to look at but all is mist and fog here. I'll stare at the flames in the woodstove and bless the day I found The Books... (thanks NPR!)

    Wowww just got the new track! It's like a visit to some quirky ecstatic saints'side chapel in the Sonic Cathedral of Joy! Thanks so much, although it's now 2 in the morning and after listening to that three times the last thing I want to do is go to bed! If only I had some stars to look at but all is mist and fog here. I'll stare at the flames in the woodstove and bless the day I found The Books... (thanks NPR!)

  • Ash

    Ash Melbourne Australia

    oops...thought for food I meant...bet that happens a lot

    oops...thought for food I meant...bet that happens a lot

  • Ash

    Ash melbourne australia

    We went to see you guys in February 2011 in Melbourne at the Thornbury Theatre and it was so uplifting. You told us you were going surfing at Bells Beach..that was brave..it was cold! You also told us that Food for Thought was your 'bastard child'so we bought it, and it's my favourite! (esp. enjoy your worries). We have a shop in Melbourne and your CD's are frequently on rotation. Just wanted to thank you because your music is theatrical and funny (funny in a good way)and we love it. Hope you come back soon.

    We went to see you guys in February 2011 in Melbourne at the Thornbury Theatre and it was so uplifting. You told us you were going surfing at Bells Beach..that was brave..it was cold! You also told us that Food for Thought was your 'bastard child'so we bought it, and it's my favourite! (esp. enjoy your worries). We have a shop in Melbourne and your CD's are frequently on rotation. Just wanted to thank you because your music is theatrical and funny (funny in a good way)and we love it. Hope you come back soon.

  • Raza

    Raza Texas

    Your house is beautiful. Best of luck revisiting the older stuff. I still think the Lemon of Pink is one of the best albums I've ever listened to. Kudos

    Your house is beautiful.
    Best of luck revisiting the older stuff. I still think the Lemon of Pink is one of the best albums I've ever listened to.

    Kudos

  • Zed Butt

    Zed Butt West Xylophone

    Q: Where did the general hide his armies? A: In his sleevesies.

    Q: Where did the general hide his armies?
    A: In his sleevesies.

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