Scudley Sessions 7: Salv

Jun 2, 2010 by



This is the seventh episode of the ‘Scudley Sessions’ hosted by Peter Renzullo. This show is dedicated to bringing you the grass roots music of Perth, Western Australia – the most isolated city in the world.

Local Perth artist Salv comes in for a chat about his music and to perform 4 songs:

1. Can’t stand me
2. Wish I was you
3. Little do I know
4. At the windsor

Salv is an emerging solo artist from Perth, Western Australia.

Salv (born Salvatore Vincent Di Criscito) is the frontman of Perth folk rock/blues band Salv’s Repossessed Ramblers. He is also a drummer who has played with Zenburger, Elsewhere Fine, Brooksy’s Shout, Free Radicals, Flagfall, Parker Avenue & Inferno. He currently plays drums for Ryan Webb & The Method, The Blue Finish & Counterfeit God.

Originally from Thornlie, Perth, he started drumming at 13 influenced by Gene Krupa, Keith Moon & John Bonham. After high school he studied music at the Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts for 2 years & has been playing gigs as a drummer ever since. During this time he began writing songs & formed Salv & the Troubadours in 2007 later to be changed to Salv’s Repossessed Ramblers. They have played shows at Mojo’s Bar, Norfolk Basement, Velvet Lounge, Hyde Park Hotel & Swan Lounge. The songs on the above playlist are from a 12 track demo called ‘Marmion Street to Lively Circle’. These songs exist because Salv can’t help himself. The lyrics & sounds are all true of the way one man sees the world. It’s a compulsion driven by some physical & mental need for motion & distraction. Time will reveal all…D.B ’09.

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