Ciati Conlin plays surrealist folk songs on mandolin, guitar, and banjo, though his main instrument is ukulele. In 2009, he released his first album, "Fists of Nostalgia", followed in 2010 by "Barry the Yogurt Monster", and "Naked Venus", a concept album that included a 20-page booklet telling the story of the album, along with several garishly-tinted photographs of cows with glowing red eyes, giant purple chickens, and strange faces painted on ventilation turbines. 2011 saw his first commercial release with "...and then one day we die", which is available free at ciaticonlin.bandcamp.com.
Ciati currently resides in Gainesville, FL, and can be contacted at
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