Matthew Taylor (musician)
Matthew Taylor (born 1968, Miami, Florida) is a musician and artist.
He is a founding member of the Sicilian American indie rock band Bellini. Taylor is also a member of the band Vertical Scratchers. He has performed in the Glenn Branca 100 Guitars symphony, Don Caballero, Girls Against Boys, Paramount Styles, Rhys Chatham's "A Crimson Grail” for 200 guitars & 16 basses performance at Lincoln Center, "A Crimson Grail” for 100 guitars and 8 basses performance at Liverpool Cathedral as part of the 2012 Liverpool Biennial, and "A Secret Rose" for 100 electric guitars in Richmond, California, Oktober People, backing vocals with A Hawk and a Hacksaw and collaborates in the improv Cobra//group and Death Convention Singers with Raven Chacon.
He has also worked as the Art Director for the seminal and independent record label Touch and Go Records in the early 1990s designing album covers for such bands as Slint, the Jesus Lizard, Shellac, Nirvana, Tortoise, Don Caballero, Palace Brothers, Big Black, Laughing Hyenas, Pavement, Didjits, Rodan, Scratch Acid, Big Boys, Negative Approach, Killdozer, and Girls Against Boys.
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