“I Don’t Want a Hurricane”

Released June, 2016

Cuscowilla Conservatory and Tacachale Chamber Orchestra are proud to announce the release of “I Don’t Want a Hurricane,” the greatest hurricane-related song of all time (yes, even better than Scorpions’ “Rock You Like a Hurricane”).


About the Song

Written and produced at Cuscowilla Conservatory by Tacachale member Matthew Bert Goode, “I Don’t Want a Hurricane” lampoons the special type of people who move to hurricane zones like Florida and then cry and moan when a hurricane comes along.  The recording features giddy mandolin, plunky banjo, and swirling synths bouncing along over a swinging 6/8, creating a shanty-like feel, appropriate for the nautical topic.


About the Band

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Founded in the Year of Our Lord, 2014, Tacachale Chamber Orchestra is the world’s most precious band, headquartered in the Cuscowilla Conservatory in Gainesville, Florida.  “I Don’t Want a Hurricane” is the band’s third release, following the Ocean Floor Funeral mini-LP (2015) and “Raghupati Raghav Raja Ram,” a collaboration with vocalist Karishma D. Kumar.  The Orchestra is planning several more releases for 2016.


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