We've updated our Terms of Use. You can review the changes here.

DREAM STATE: post​-​modern live

by Heblues Records

supported by


Recorded at live at two separate gigs in 2014, these pieces are several different segments of music from those shows edited together into two different tone poems, thematically juxtaposed against each other

"CHAOS", recorded at Summerfest, is a raw, harder-edged version of the band, playing hard after two years of gigs in taverns and bars around the midwest.

"Garibaldi Comes Redone" is from earlier that spring, recorded at Club Garibaldi in Bay View. This is the band at more subdued tone. This was an experiment in low dynamics and subtlety.

Inspired by Teo Macero's arranging and editing work with Miles Davis in the late sixties and early seventies, DREAM STATES takes the best parts of improvised moments and explores what emerges from arranging and constructing these pieces of music after already being recorded.


released December 6, 2017

Misha Siegfried: guitar & artistic direction

Ross Catterton: saxaphone
Anna Brinck: keyboards
Zach Steiner: bass
Antonio Ninham: drums (track1)
Brandon Anthony: drums (track 2)

recorded live by
Steve Hamilton, Makin' Sausage Music (track 1)
Lode Broekhuizen, Hamtone Audio (track 2)

Mixed by Steve Hamilton (Makin' Sausage Audio) and Hershel J Serpowitz (Heblues Records Lab)

June 25, 2014

post production by
Misha Siegfried at Heblues Records




all rights reserved



Heblues Records Milwaukee, Wisconsin

Born in St. Paul, Minnesota, Misha studied under Moses Oakland starting at age 17. He then moved to Milwaukee, WI in the summer of 2002. Since then, he has toured with such acts as Reverend Raven & The Chain Smoking Alter Boys, Fire On Your Sleeve, and The Charles Walker Band. Since then, he has moved into mixed-media design founding HEBLUES RECORDS: a creative music production design company ... more

contact / help

Contact Heblues Records

Streaming and
Download help

Report this album or account

If you like Heblues Records, you may also like: