Vincent Randazzo

Vincent Randazzo, a 22-year-old Seaside native, had fun playing lead guitar with Moses Nose, a now-defunct popular local metal outfit, as well as coordinating the 10-piece freak folk collective Beholder Band. Now he's flying solo. The music Vincent Randazzo writes is often times written on recycled menu backs, yellowed college ruled paper or within one of the many unkept notebooks dispersed within his universe. 

Randazzo’s DIY, self-recorded, self-produced Home Life is more than his solo debut: It’s his life story—a super personal chronicle that’s simultaneously funny, sad and hopeful. “Capers and Lox” opens Home Life with a glorious orchestral Band of Horses vibe carried by Randazzo’s falsetto and special guest Juan Sanchez’s extraordinary contribution on violin.

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