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Malcolm Hunter

Keyboardist Malcolm Hunter was born in Queens, NYC, and began playing the piano at 6. He attended Ithaca College on a music scholarship, and performed as a singer/songwriter. He was highly sought out as an accompanist for hire, and subsequently wrote music for dance, film and avant-garde theatre.

After returning to New York City, he performed with the Last Band on Earth, Trancetown Road Show, and Tycoon Dog, in addition to various studio projects and his own gigs over the last 25 years.

He wrote and released "WUNDerground Radio" with Producer Steve Ward, and then, "Tryin' to Sort It All Out", while working in the trio, CoreNYC.

A period of contemplation and soulsearching followed and the inner voices of music turned mute for a while

Nostalgia in My Square Head

Label: Head Bopping Syndrome
Released: 2011
Track listing: No Kissin'; A Very Brief Respite; Invisible Man; Hide 'n Sleep; Entre La Calle Y La Caneta; Cross: The Street; 5:30 Bounce/ Nostalgia in Times Square; Wreckage on Aisle 50; Hangups; Subwayride/Citywide; Snow in Hades; Nostalgia in my Square Head.

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Malcolm Hunter: Nostalgia in My Square Head

Read "Nostalgia in My Square Head" reviewed by Gina Vodegel

Every once in a while an album emerges that, in its final form, only seems to touch briefly on the full story behind its inception. Nostalgia in My Square Head is one of those albums. Songwriter/keyboardist Malcolm Hunter may not be known to the public at large as a musician and blues poet, but he has ...


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