David Marcouillier started playing in rock 'n roll bands as a bass playing teenager. He played guitar and sang in bars for free beer during his college years. He took up the drums and gigged with a freak jazz trio upon graduation. He changed his name and took up rapping. He changed his name back and took up the piano. He makes records in his makeshift home studio and gives them away to his friends. In the past, he has recorded and performed with such diverse acts as: Kaiser Popodopolis, Annie's Healthfood Renegade, The Fuzz, Not Afraid of Bethany, King Friday, Junk Uncle, Dan Blakeslee, Colonel DeBeers, Brontosaurus, Freebase, Dark Matter Crew, Duplex, Narwhal, The Wet Naps, and his own damn self. Lovesongs for the Misinformed is his second RPM album. He lives on the New Hampshire seacoast with a bunch of cats.
David Marcouillier- voices, piano, bull fiddle, electric bass, guitars, dulcimer, synth, tambourine.
Americana / Roots,Instrumental,Indie Rock
Electric Jesus is an eclectic mix of off-beat folk, semi-traditional blues, pop happiness, and infinite despair. It was made for people living in abandoned missile silos and those who walk the streets in search of sandwiches and life's larger questions...
Lovesongs for the Misinformed(2009)
Lovesongs for the Misinformed is a piano heavy album of songs about love, loss, theft, the lost art of the mix tape, booze, engineering, beekeeping, submarines, madness, self-medication, broken radios, and esoteric gadgets that make strange noises in the night...
A guitar-saturated experimental rock record that weaves the sounds of a vast array of electric guitars in unorthodox tunings into a many-layered sonic tapestry that spans from delicate to lush and into sheer brutality.