PERFORMING RECORDING ARTIST:
G.T. THOMAS

Bio

Carving out the genre "Modern Exotica" for herself, G.T. Thomas' electric bass lines ground you, then wind around her soft, intense soprano voice. With lyrical prowess, a penchant for sincerity, and the occasional addition of vibraphone (Julien Moussiegt) and percussion (Jeroen de Rijk) to these mysterious songs, it's "lounge meets pop meets story-time from the edge of the world."

For fans of:
Laurie Anderson. Julee Cruise. Stereolab. Donald Fagen. Meshell Ndegeocello. Combustible Edison. Godley & Creme. Donald Fagen. The Free Design. Bauer. Burt Bacharach. Blossom Dearie. Kate Bush. Joe Raposo.

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Live

UPCOMING

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Expanding the act from solo, to duo, to trio... this could take a little incubation time ;)

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RECENT

2017

June 21

G.T. THOMAS (duo)

Hendrik Jonkerplein (Musician's Without Borders benefit) – Amsterdam


May 2

G.T. THOMAS (duo)

De Nieuwe Anita – Amsterdam


March 30

G.T. THOMAS

Generator Hostel – Amsterdam


Shows from farther back can be found at foot of page.



Back Catalogue

From the years 2004 - 2010, Thomas performed under the name “The Luckless Pedestrian.” The (mostly orchestral pop/ indie pop) materials from that period, released on Smoking Ant Records in 2011 (under her freshly adopted “G.T. Thomas” artist name), received airplay on London's BBC Radio 1 and were praised from L.A., to Amsterdam, to Western Massachussetts:

"... A GREAT INTRO INTO HER SUBTLETY AND POWER AS AN ARRANGER/ SONGWRITER AND ORCHESTRATOR. CHECK IT OUT!"
- Van Dyke Parks (Composer, Arranger)


"STUNNINGLY ARRANGED ORCHESTRAL POP SONGS WHEREIN THERE'S MORE TO BE DISCOVERED UPON EVERY LISTEN."
- Eric Scipio (Heaven Magazine)


"A MELODIC ARCHITECT; EACH RECORDING A SCENIC TOWN YOU WANT TO REVISIT."
- Ken Maiuri (The Hampshire Daily Gazette/ WMUA radio DJ)

Since that time, G.T. Thomas also put out a few other collections, all available at bandcamp. Click any title to support the artist, and specially recommended, this first track: "Theater of Mirrors" produced by Grammy-winner Michael Leonhart (Steely Dan).









OTHER PROJECTS

Bauer

Thomas co-writes, plays bass, flute, and sings with this orchestral pop project. The LP “Eyes Fully Open” was released on October 7th, 2016. Visit the Bauer website.





Sarcastalites

Thomas writes, plays bass, and sings in this disco project, creating original songs in a '70s disco style. The debut album will be released on cassette in 2017 on Cleveland/ Amsterdam label Bullshit Night Records. Visit the Sarcastalites website.



PAST SHOWS

2017

April 2

BAUER

De Roode Bioscoop – Amsterdam


2016

December 14

BAUER

Vera, Groningen


December 8

BAUER

Het Koorenhuis, Den Haag


December 3

BAUER

Ekko, Utrecht


December 2

BAUER

Merleyn, Nijmegen


October 15

BAUER – In-store

Concerto Recordstore, Amsterdam


October 9

BAUER – Live on the radio with Leo Blokhuis

Radio2


October 7

BAUER – "Eyes Fully Open" Release show

Paradiso Noord / Tolhuistuin, Amsterdam


June 18

G.T. THOMAS – Concert for the Pigs

Kinderboerderij de Dierencapel (petting zoo), Amsterdam


May 23

G.T. THOMAS

Otto's Shrunken Head, NYC


May 18

G.T. THOMAS

Stone Way Café, Seattle


April 16

G.T. THOMAS – Record Store Day 2016

Eardrum Buzz, Amsterdam


March 22

G.T. THOMAS

De Peper, Amsterdam


February 13

G.T. THOMAS – 24H Amsterdam (Oost edition)

Draagbaar, Amsterdam


January 30

G.T. THOMAS – B-I-N-G-O show

Home of Art, Amsterdam



2015

December 29

G.T. THOMAS

De Nieuwe Anita, Amsterdam



2014

November 21

G.T. THOMAS – Guest speaker at Ignite

Mediamatic, Amsterdam


November 15

G.T. THOMAS – "Theater of Mirrors" release show

Kinki Academy, Amsterdam


October 5

G.T. THOMAS – Live on the radio

Sint Annamolen Keent, Weert


April 19

G.T. THOMAS – Record Store Day 2014

Eardrum Buzz, Amsterdam



2012

September 8

G.T. THOMAS and BEREND DUBBE

Paradiso (main hall), Amsterdam