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Accelera Deck

Accelera Deck was the ambient pop task of Birmingham, AL-based vocalist/guitarist/programmer Chris Geeley, who previously fronted the little-known shoegazer work the Ashley Tremolo; that music group dissolved in 1995 after a open fire at their rehearsal space ruined all their tools, allowing Geeley the chance to explore his raising fascination with electronica. Accelera Deck produced its debut in 1998 having a cover of “I REALLY BELIEVE It” documented for the A Tribute to Spacemen 3 compilation, quickly accompanied by an EP, Kiss Burn off, and some months later from the full-length, Narcotic Beats. Following the solitary “The Nearness of You Makes Me Experience So Genuine” made an appearance on Blackbean & Placenta Tape Golf club in 1998, Geeley and friend Aaron Tweedy revived their 3rd party label Pitchcadet to capitalize for the growth in CD-R technology, a move which heralded a reliable movement of Accelera Deck produces like the 1999 full-lengths Conviction & Split and Echo Overall economy (the latter released on another CD-R label, Toast & Jam Recordings); another fresh LP, Addict, adopted on BB&PTC in early 2000. Geeley also documented as Exhaleradeck, the 1st in a guaranteed series of variants in name and audio.

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