g.scott has created a lot of music. Let’s start in the middle: In 2000 coin gutter was formed with Emma Hendrix and consumed a decade. There were a lot of synths and samplers at the beginning of coin gutter.
Then there were relocations across the country. Without a musical partner, g.scott started a solo project called Butter City Poster Boys (BCPB) in 2014 to provide a space to keep making more sounds, and to fill the bitter void. This time, the void was mostly filled with guitars.
Much of the recording output of BCPB is composed and performed with guitar, and much of it doesn’t sound like guitar. That methodology continues on Your Guide to Love, the first full length album by BCPB, released by Somewherecold Records.
New on Your Guide to Love are the inclusion of guest vocals and guest guitar by Lisa Bulat and Brent Cross. On tracks like stand in front of you and bald spotter you might almost think you’re listening to a band or something. Weird.
Butter City Poster Boys is the newest experimental artist on Somewherecold Records. Your Guide to Love is a masterfully crafted full length moving from visceral moments to floating, calming textures. Butter City Poster Boys: Your Guide to Love comes out Sept 24th on both CD in digitpak as well as all digital formats.