Midnight Matinee
November 2008 Radio Star


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Hello Mollie Israel!

Midnight Matinée came out in October, 2008 and is The Lost Patrol’s 7th full length release!

The Lost Patrol have changed their lineup, but have held on to their their signature dreamy, dark, and twangy sound. Joining the band almost a year ago, the New York based Lost Patrol are now fronted by newcomer, Mollie Israel.

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The Lost Patrol
Launch and Landing
July 2007 Radio Star

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The Light of the Moon

The Lost Patrol hold a magical key to our heart with their desert-surf tinged guitar, twelve-string acoustic guitar, swirling synths, strings, electronic and live drums -and of course, Danielle Kimak Stauss' dreamy voice.

New songs from their recent release, Launch and Landing are now airing on Radio Stars 1, 2, mellow, and alt.country.

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The Lost Patrol
Lonesome Sky
Received 11.05

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Agent Cooper, Where are You?

The Lost Patrol is Danielle Kimak-Stauss (vocals, guitars, percussion), Stephen Masucci (electric guitars, acoustics, bass, programming, omnichord, keys, lap steel), Michael Williams (12 string acoustics, keyboards, vocals) and Seth Clifford (drums, keyboards, acoustic guitar). The New Jersey based quartet has been making music since 1999 and have recently released their 5th album, Lonesome Sky.

Lonesome Sky is like a ride down a forested highway, surrounded by Douglas Firs with the sun darting in here and there creating shots of light through the mist. The mood is dark and cinematic as if the album were a soundtrack to a lost episode of Twin Peaks we never got to see.

The Lost Patrol create deeply layered melodies using acoustic and electric guitars, synthesizers, drums, and a little hand percussion. The songs incorporate new wave and power pop styles of the 70’s and 80’s and Surf Music. Danielle’s large, other-worldly voice and her personal and thoughtful lyrics cast the final charm with haunting results.

The Lost Patrol play regularly from Toronto to Nashville – and have a few gigs scheduled in their native New Jersey including a "Women in Rock" night on March, 8 2006 at The Saint in Asbury. Treat yourself, and check these guys out live as soon as you can. Guaranteed to surprise, the band has been interviewed in The Washington Post, Boston’s MusicCherry.com, and have been spotlighted by The Aquarian Arts Weekly and Tape Op – The Creative Recording Magazine.

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