Craters of the Moon
Youngest Son is Steve Slagg, who grew up playing hymns on the piano and listening to rock music on his iPod. He developed his songwriting in a self-directed interdisciplinary major in college, and now brings his live performance, which weaves storytelling with songs, to churches and music venues across the country. Slagg self-releases his music through a songwriting blog that includes narrative essays and artwork with his recordings. Slated for release in 2011 are a full band album, All Saints' Day, and a stripped down piano-and-voice EP, Pigshit and Glowing. All Saints’ Day is an exploration of grief and memory while Pigshit covers sex, love, faith, doubt and liturgical worship—the only topics the 23-year-old songwriter really thinks about.
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