Carla Capretto and Goodbye, Carbon
Carla Capretto studied piano at The Oberlin Conservatory of Music (hence, her serial theory beat-downs on fellow Goodbye, Carbon-mates). A regular in the flusterf**k that is the NYC music scene, Carla fronted indie darlings Travis Pickle (whose “Crazy” appears on the soundtrack for Edward Norton’s Keeping the Faith) before touring with DGenerate Jesse Malin but after gigging with Jenny Muldaur all the while ghostwriting far too many tracks for television (unless she’s ghostwritten for you).

Brad Miskell and Goodbye, Carbon
Brad Miskell spent his salad days treading the boards in NYC (don’t ask about his salad nights). He’s gigged at CBGB and shown art at MOMA. His writing has appeared in The New York Times and on Yahoo News, where he created Yahoo News Underground and got paid to hang out with awesome eccentrics and write songs and screeds about them. He considers his Goodbye, Carbon band mates similarly eccentric (songs and screeds to follow).

Pete Min and Goodbye, Carbon
Pete Min co-produced The Airborne Toxic Event’s debut album. His music has recently been featured in Black Swan and Grey’s Anatomy. He’s played guitar hero to Deborah Harry’s rock goddess. He’s also played with Jewel.

(photos © Jill Sutherland 2011)