Joe Strell is an American bass player and songwriter. He was a member of The Imports (1980-81) and ¡Ack-Ack! (1984-86). In 1986 he founded Dansbane Eländet recording studios and began releasing cassette albums under the name Split Heavens.
The official website for Joe Strell, independent alternative pop recording artist from San Francisco.
Over the years, Joe Strell has been involved with numerous bands and recording projects as artist, engineer, and producer. His current focus is upon his solo musical career, releasing alternative pop CDs under his own name on the indie label Dansbane Elandet. His third CD In the Balance was released on October 29, ...
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Dansbane Elandet is an independent record label specializing in recording, producing, and publishing Indie Alternative Acoustic Rock. Dansbane Elandet artists include Joe Strell, Split Heavens, and Jake.
Joe Strell is among the most talented professionals I have met. His ability to make order out of chaos is peerless. He is capable of learning complex situations quickly, identifying the problems, developing potential solutions, and communicating all of it effectively to team members and executives. Additionally, Joe is a an ...
To They drafted locals for the album's recordings, including Lynn Canfield, Henry Frayne, Brenden Gamble and Joe Strell (all of the group Ack-Ack!) as well as Nick Rudd. Equipped with Casio keyboards, drum machines, and jangly guitars, The Arms Of Someone New provided an American take on English folk, ambient, ...
Oct 15, 2015 ... Tags: The Arms of Someone New, Steve Jones, Mel Eberle, Champaign, First Things, Hysterical Tapes, Office Records, Lynn Canfield, Henry Frayne, Brendan Gamble, Joe Strell, Ack-Ack, Nick Rudd, Significant Others, Occam's Razor, Notes From the Underground, The Holy Dance, Whitefriars, Burying ...