NJ musician’s Homeric ‘odd-yssey’ results in oddly charming album

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Quirky, eclectic and oddly charming, “Utility Drawer” marks a huge turning point for Crush Limbo, the stage name of musician Colm Clark. After a fire gutted his North Bergen home, Clark spent a year or two in hotels, couch-surfed with friends and family, and eventually wound up on his girlfriend’s couch in Brooklyn. There, he wrote and recorded last year’s intensely political “Purveyors of Mayhem” while losing several jobs, then catching and recovering from COVID-19. It was, as he puts it, “a not-quite-heroic, but definitely Homeric odyssey … or ‘odd’yssey, if you will.” In the fall of 2020,…

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