Nick Zammuto was one-half of the beloved experimental collage-pop duo, the Books. He lives and works in the Green Mountains of Southern Vermont, where he writes, records, mixes and masters his records in a small tractor garage converted into a studio. Just yards away from his studio is his house, which he designed and built himself, and large gardens where he and his wife manage to grow most of their own food for their three sons. This self-sufficiency and constant drawing of inspiration from his surroundings is synonymous with his musical vision; a statement about returning to a life in balance, while at the same time pushing the capacity of cutting-edge music technology to extend human emotion, rather than suppress it. Making music that sounds and feels like no one else is nothing new for Zammuto, but making music that doesn’t even sound like his own past is a whole other impressive feat in itself.

Zammuto Releases new song "IO" and announces fall tour dates. Album "Anchor" will be out September 2nd via Temporary Residence.

New Zammuto Song/Tour Dates

Zammuto has shared a new song “IO” from their forthcoming album Anchor (out Sept 2). The song displays former Books frontman Nick Zammuto’s increased vocal confidence over a propulsive new wave rhythm that would make Devo blush.

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Zammuto Releases Free Live EP

Zammuto, the new quartet featuring the Books’ mastermind Nick Zammuto, have released a new live EP in advance of their massive first-ever headlining tour. The EP, recorded live in Athens, Georgia, features songs from the group’s acclaimed debut album released earlier

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Zammuto add slew of headlining dates

Zammuto, the new quartet from the Books’ mastermind Nick Zammuto, have added a nationwide run of headlining dates to their already heavy tour itinerary. The Fall run currently clocks at 35 dates (with yet more to be announced) and spans from September to November,

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Zammuto adds headlining dates

Zammuto-the new four-piece band fronted by Nick Zammuto (co-founder & chief composer of innovative collage-pop duo the Books) have added additional headlining dates to their first US tour with instrumental rock icons and labelmates,

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