Aerial M was the alias of multi-instrumentalist David Pajo, a seminal figure in the introduction of the post-rock visual whose tenures in rings including Slint and Tortoise established the stage for a few of the very most innovative and important music of latest decades. He initial surfaced in 1985 playing electric guitar within the renowned Louisville, KY, teenage thrash music group Squirrel Bait; pursuing their 1987 break up, Pajo became a member of Slint, a music group whose groundbreaking instrumental sound is constantly on the resonate through the entire American underground picture. Slint demonstrated short-lived aswell, nevertheless, and after their 1991 dissolution, he became a member of the Palace Brothers, showing up on the early recordings; following that Pajo relocated to Britain, where he spent more than a year their studies at Norwich Arts University. Upon his go back to the U.S. he rejoined the Palace Brothers, additionally playing acoustic guitar within the For Carnation and drumming in Ruler Kong. Most significant, nevertheless, was his tenure as you of two bassists in Tortoise, which started in 1996 using the landmark Thousands Now Living WON’T Die; Pajo quickly remaining the group, nevertheless, to spotlight Aerial M, a single task that he debuted using the solitary “Safeless.” “Vol de Nuit,” half of a break up solitary documented with Monade, adopted in past due 1996, trailed a yr later on by Aerial M’s self-titled debut LP, released on the Pull Town label. Post Global Music adopted in 1999. Pajo also documented and performed beneath the Papa M alias in the past due ’90s and early 2000s; performed mainly because an associate of Zwan; and utilized the Pajo moniker within the mid-2000s.