The Grassy Knoll, Bob Green’s personal musical conspiracy, has been purveying uniquely potent instrumental-rock abstraction since 1993. His early albums, 1994's untitled debut, 1996's "Positive", and 1998's "III" were premonitions of the music-future as well as critically acclaimed recordings. These snapshots were a full, ahead-of-the-curve exposure of the loop-based sonic collages taken for granted today. Fully engaging all your senses, the Grassy Knoll is in-the-moment rock music with an inclusive sense of both the past and the future. This is sampling that changes everything.
Welcome to The Grassy Knoll's official application for the iPhone and iPod touch.
In this application Green provides his personal insight into the project's unique and influential sound.
Listen to music from the five albums plus unreleased demos and live recordings. Stay in tune with all the latest Grassy Knoll news and twitter feeds. Check out the Videos and leave a comment on the fan wall!
The Grassy Knoll says more through sound and music than other groups might say in a 40 page manifesto... this is radical stuff that changes everything. - CMJ
"III" may prove to be one of the most groundbreaking and futuristic albums of the year. - Ezra Gale, Salon
If Tricky is the supposed master of trip-hop...then the Grassy Knoll is the lesser known, even more inventive little brother - The Oregonian
"III" is the true audiophile's wet dream. I'll recommend this CD to anybody, all ages, all backgrounds. If you don't "get" the Grassy Knoll, you don't "get" anything. - Charles D.J. Deppner, Ink 19
The Grassy Knoll aren't playing what fusion jazz sounded like in the early '70s but what it should sound like now: bristling with broken hip-hop breaks, Money Mark- like Hammond B-3 fills, dark ambient, post-rock (particularly Cul du Sac), heavy noise, and lo-fi distortion crackles. - Brent S. Sirota, Pitchfork
The key is meaning, man. Ten years ago, the Grassy Knoll’s majestic sample feasts made the so-called pioneers of trip-hop look like shallow actors in need of a subtext. A decade later, his avant-video artistry makes most VJs look like kids with Spirographs. - James Rotondi, Editor-in-Chief, Guitar World’s Bass Guitar Magazine
"Music You Haven't Heard Yet" was the mantra for The Grassy Knoll's label Verve / Antilles.
Well, Download this free app now. It's time to hear what the musical conspiracy is all about...