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BIOGRAPHY (kranky To Kill A Petty Bourgeoisie)
To Kill a Petty Bourgeoisie consists of Jehna Wilhelm, guitar and vocals, and Mark McGee, electronics and sound manipulation. Originally from Richmond, VA, the duo has been involved with this project for 4 years and has been supported by an ever-changing cast of players and musicians. They now reside in Minneapolis, MN where they run their own label, The Riley Bushman Recordings & Archives, which they use as an outlet to release various projects and collaborations.

Split (7", Ltd) 804noise 2004
Retire Early (CD, EP) The Riley Bushman Recordings & Archives 2005
Venture Dearly / Lahaie (7", Ltd) The Riley Bushman Recordings & Archives 2006
The Patron (Album) Kranky 2007
Iron Cross (Italy Tour EP) (CDr, EP) Not On Label 2008
Marlone (CD, Album) Kranky 2009

Marlone (Release Date:september 21, 2009)

Marlone is the second album release from the oddly monikered duo To Kill a Petty Bourgeoisie. They are a pop band of sorts, in that their songs can worm their way into your head and not leave, but they are certainly not a group to be lumped in with the top 40 prattle that dominates the airwaves nor the mediocrity that smothers the interwebs.

Quite different from their other releases, Marlone is a more organic and open work, allowing breathing space for the songs to unfold and evolve; witness the slow, sinister burn of both "Villain" and "Turritopsis." And in quite a change of pace for the group, they even deliver a straight ahead pop song with the brisk romp of "In People's Homes."

What they assuredly are is a group that continually explores the union of the light and the dark, the sweetness of the female voice set against the salty backing tracks, always searching for the fine balance between the calming and the equilibrium challenging.

To Kill a Petty Bourgeoisie consists of Jehna Wilhelm and Mark McGee, with various collaborators in both the studio and live settings. Marlone was born from a collection of songs written on tour and during live performances, with additional material taking form in the recording sessions and later in mixing. The album was recorded at the Sound Gallery in Minneapolis, MN.

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