Prehistoric Horse is the modern improvised music trio of David Grollman, Valerie Kuehne and Lucio Menegon. Prehistoric Horse plays a very intense and dynamic form of improvisational music that incorporates the dramatic and absurd and sometimes borders on sheer noise. The sound is a mashup of Paal Nilssen-Love/Han Bennink drumming with Fred Frith/Sonic Youth guitars + electronics and Bach/Britten/Bi-polar disorder cello.
"Prehistoric Horse are an improv trio from NYC who generate spasmodic bursts of clatter and skree via cello, drums, and guitar, typically played in ways that would make conventional music teachers shudder in horror." (Seattle Stranger)
Lucio Menegon (aka Reverend Screaming Fingers) is a guitarist, composer and sonic artist. Employing a dynamic style rooted
in old blues, punk rock, surf and spaghetti western soundtracks his work has been described as Morricone composing surf music on Laudnum - performed at a secret opium den in the basement of CBGB’s. More at at kingtone.com...more