have been recording vaguely conceptual albums since 1996, though their instrumental flamboyance is best appreciated live. The constant-touring-three-piece band from Maryland tread a fine line between sppof and homage, mainly centering on a cerebrally robotic, semi-danceable, minimalistic format.
Commercial radio stations.
No music. I need to concentrate.
The best music I ever heard on a plane was a muzak version of it.
Again, no music. I’m listening to a national radio weather forecast. It doesn’t look good.
Would turn my fear into rage.
I don’t really listen to a walkman or anything, so nothing again.
No music. My alarm clock.
Have you ever worked in the garden? Bad venue for music listening.