Pezzettino is a new artist to my ears that I became aware of through Mike Roeder of the blog Time To Play B-Sides. I had heard a few songs and read an announcement that she was coming out with a 45, so I showed support by buying a copy.
She is known by friends as Margaret Stutt, from Milwaukee, Wisconsin, and her instrument is the accordion. Her website calls her music “indie-folk”, which is appropriate but her music is much more involved than that. Also, don’t think that her instrument of choice is one that might make you think “oh, novelty”, for she is no joke. Pezzettino supplies “You Never Know” and “Parasite”, which is a mere taste of what she is capable of as a singer/songwriter/musician.
As for the record itself, it comes in a variety of picture sleeves with artwork by Dwellephant, or if you just want the music you can buy the record with a generic white sleeve. You can purchase your copy from Pezzettino.net.
She is currently on tour in the midwest and will be heading to the East, so perhaps you’ll be able to buy the single there (while supplies last). Tour dates are listed on the official Pezzettino MySpace page.