<p>The Lost Art of Keeping A Secret</p>

The Lost Art of Keeping A Secret

Negative Press Project (NPP) releases its first single, “The Lost Art of Keeping A Secret,” A Queens of the Stone Age song, from their upcoming 2019 release, Within.

Negative Press Project, self described as jazz adjacent, alternating between through arranged to open and improvised, escalating towards art and indie rock energy, the Oakland, CA based collective Negative Press Project (NPP) offers The Lost Art Of Keeping A Secret, a Queens of the Stone Age song.

From Negative Press Project’s forthcoming 2019 release Within on Ridgeway Records.

Released August 24, 2018
The Lost Art Of Keeping A Secret (Homme/Oliveri)
(Performed and Arranged by Negative Press Project)


Negative Press Project (NPP) is a self described jazz and indie/art rock influenced music collective based out of Oakland, CA. “Versatility abounds, and they always look for new ground to explore,” says The Bay Bridged.

Co-led by Ruthie Dineen (Piano/Keys) and Andrew Lion (Electric and Double Bass), the group is a composer’s culmination of a converted rock bassist and classically trained pianist to jazz inspired creative music. The leaders’ writing is represented on 2015’s Full-Length recording, ‘see evil eyes | civilize’ with ten original songs and arrangements split almost equally amongst the two.

The additional voices of Tony Peebles (Tenor Sax), Rafa Postel (Trumpet), Chris Sullivan (Alto Sax), Lyle Link (Alto & Tenor Sax), Luis Salcedo (Guitar), and Isaac Schwartz (Drums), imprint the music with virtuosity and diverse experience and backgrounds.

Learn more at negativepressproject.com