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), started off on a big note — they were signed to Lisa 'Left Eye' Lopes' production company (may she rest in peace, along with Blaque member Natina Reed who passed away last year).
During their short reign (approximately one year by our careful calculations), they were known not only for their total badass-ness, but also for rocking those sleeves that aren't connected to the rest of your shirt.
We could spend all the time that we were worried about learning how to record, thinking about how everything works [for the album], so that was cool. I feel like it’s definitely a response to how music has evolved.
The five part group includes lead singers Kirstin Maldanado, Mitch Grassi, Scott Hoying, and the beatboxing-bass duo of Kevin Olusola and Avi Kaplan.
That’s what people our age in this moment grew up listening to, so of course it’s coming back. Yeah I mean, we’re stoked about a lot of them I would say. “Fade Into You” is my favorite song of all time, and I think that’s awesome. But there’s plenty of bands where you could see that this is just a cash grab. There’s definitely a lot of bands getting back together you’re like this is lame, they don’t get it.
They don’t get why they were good and they probably don’t care.
Clad in a white t-shirt with “ᖷuck Canser” plastered across its chest, the former frontman of defunct Omaha post-punk band Digital Sex, joined Omaha tribute band Bennie and the Gents in its January 2016 David Bowie tribute show at The Waiting Room.
He took the mic and offered a rendition of the late singer’s “The Jean Genie” just one week after his death.