“Beautiful Woman” by Deradoorian
The “otherness” in my made up bio/description of all the things that go into Deradoorian’s music in general and “Beautiful Woman” specifically is not so much an otherness born of indie/alternative idiosyncrasy (though that’s certainly there). Rather, it’s a considerably-less-hip-but-
Poet and indie rocker Alan Semerdjian‘s work has appeared in numerous print and digital publications over the past twenty years including Adbusters, Diagram, and Brooklyn Rail. He released a chapbook of poems called An Improvised Device (Lock n Load Press) in 2005 and his first full-length book, In the Architecture of Bone (GenPop Books), in 2009. He’s recorded ten collections of music in various projects including his most recent effort, Quiet Songs for Loud Times (Newsong Recordings, 2013). His songs have appeared in television and film and charted on CMJ. Alan resides in New York City’s East Village and teaches on Long Island.
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