Ricardo Acevedo / LCM - synth, keys, programming, vocals, compostion.
Ramon Mills / PUX - synth, keys, programming, compostion 3, 6
Christopher Petkus - guitars, effects, devices 3, 4, 7
Bob Bechtol - slide guitars, effects, devices 5, 8
Paul Shelton - guitars, effects 3 / Jarad Marshall - drums 7
Keith McGrew - guitar 8 / Andy Hutson - synth, programming 2, 8
Lisa Talev - vocals 6 / Kristen Van Hala - flute, vocals 2
All material by LCM except: 2) Acevedo, McGrew, Hutson
3) Acevedo, MIlls, Coker 4) Acevedo, Petkus
5, 8) Acevedo, Bechtol 6) Acevedo, Mills 8) Acevedo, McGrew, Hutson
Mixed & Mastered by LCM, Production Unit Xero, Roz & Jared Marshall
Cover photography by Neon Baige. Model - Mona Pitts
Interior collage by LCM • TSN/TWOTE is dedicated to my father Ben Barnes
Lost Cat Magnet aka Ricardo Acevedo, (based in Austin, Texas) has been creating electro prog, avant new wave and trance groove music, and noise for nearly 40 years. He was a leading member of west coast and southwest musical acts Freaks Amor, The Blue Box, Second Culture and Cup all through the 80’s and 90’s.
Also known in Austin as a visual artist and writer LCM returned to music in 2012, working with Willie Oteri and Dave Lazcko’s WD41+ and has been a longtime regular in Harold McMillan’s improv music scene at Kenny Dorham’s Backyard. Simultaneously he worked with Ramon Mills of Heterodox Records and Production Unit Xero on numerous adventurous recording projects.
Since 2014 Ricardo’s main musical endeavor has been PetCatMan, an early 70’s Euro-prog influenced quartet. With LCM on synth, keys and devices, Christopher Petkus on Guitar, Steve Mankenberg on Drums, and Jakob Marsala on Bass.
LCM is also in Dimmer Twins with Christopher Petkus, an improv electro freeform project, creating soundscapes, and soundtracks for films to be and never made.
Most recently he’s become half of the techno prog outfit UBA (Ooo Ba) with Delptronics mastermind Mickey Delp.
Lost Cat Magnet as a solo act has raised its furry head on occasion throughout all this. First performing at the Green House venue on North Loop in 2012, then the original Cheer Up Charlie’s in Austin on East 6th, Elysium on Red River, and numerous art venues around Austin.
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Or contact him directly at firstname.lastname@example.org.
released October 23, 2017