Second Avenue Detour
Arthur Loves Plastic decontructs Lisa Moscatiello's solo album Second Avenue. Features a star-studded cast of performers. Winner of the Washington Area Music Award for Techno/ Ambient/ Electronic/ Recording of the Year. Lisa Moscatiello, who plays guitar as well as sings for the Space Dots, has been hailed as 'one of the best voices in the business' by Philadelphia's legendary folk dj Gene Shay (WXPN). The folk and world music magazine Dirty Linen has called her 'one of the finest voices in America today,' and her hometown has honored her with over 20 Washington, DC Area Music Awards (WAMMIES). Arthur Loves Plastic's Bev Stanton has been awarded 'instrumentalist/ programmer' of the year honors for the past two years by the Washington Area Music Association. She has gained recognition as a 're-mix master' (Washington Post) for her work with bands such as Moodroom, Smartbomb, and Basehead and her tracks have appeared in TV programs such as Access Hollywood, MTV's Undressed, Extra the Entertainment Magazine, and America's Most Wanted. 'It's easy to see why Moscatiello is a great artist in her own right. She sings with all the power and vibrancy of Sinead O'Connor -- just mesmerizing...If you like ambient techno, then 'Second Avenue Detour' is an album you absolutely must have.' -- indie-music.com '[W]arm blend of ambient techno, acid jazz, masterful production, and Lisa Moscatiello's beautiful vocals. 'Right Now' and 'Most Likely to be Remembered' are masterpieces.' -- indiepulse.com 'Second Avenue Detour is a mesmerizing journey without restraint, where key elements of breakbeat, jungle and down-tempo are woven into a dreamy folk-celtic formula...' -- Digital Artifact 'Swirling electronic sounds painting an imaginative and beautiful portrait of love and devotion' -- Music Monthly.