Cours d'Anges, Bit Rabbit, & Fircoal to appear on Mutiny! Radio, Sunday, September 18, 2011, 8pm

Radio Interview and live performance announcement for Sunday, September 18, 2011, 8pm
Sept. 14, 2011 - PRLog -- Cours d’Anges, as part of the PR push for the debut album Restoration (available worldwide on iTunes) will be appearing Sunday, September 18, 2011, 8:00pm-10:00pm on Mutiny! Radio, the cutting edge San Francisco Internet Radio Station (formerly on the airwaves as Pirate Cat Radio).

The URL for Mutiny is or simply search “Mutiny Radio San Francisco” online. Also, on-air callers with questions will be welcomed: 415-550-0511.

DJ Alex Gahan will host the interview on her show Nocturna which will include an acoustic performance by the San Francisco Bay Area’s own Carson Sipes, the solo Metal artist who uses Cours d’Anges as a moniker in a Trent Reznor-ish fashion. He will be talking about his current release, the upcoming 5-song EP due out sometime near Christmas, video and touring plans, and the ethos and technical aspects of his work.

As a bonus, Carson will be bringing with him two up and coming protégés: the accomplished Dance Genre artist Bit Rabbit (Ben Gibbons) whose work has been likened to DeadMou5 and the extremely diverse and intriguing Fircoal (Bryan Urban) whose styles span a broad range from metal, alternative and synth based songs to fine art compositions (some as long as 20 minutes!). Both will be interviewed and play some prerecorded work. Other recordings by each can also be found on and YouTube.

All info on Cours d’Anges can be found at

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Cours d'Anges is a mainstream metal/hard rock act and the moniker for solo artist Carson Sipes. All info can be found at, private link is available for those wishing to write reviews. To obtain:
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