Vocalist, composer, and multi-instrumentalist Alec K. Redfearn is a fixture over the Providence, RI, music picture for a long time, having performed his music in a number of tasks, including Space Heating unit, the Amoebic Outfit, Barnacled, and Gutterhelmet. But Redfearn provides received his most significant recognition using the group Alec K. Redfearn & the Eyesores, an ensemble that fuses Eastern Western folk melodies using the independence of improvisational music as well as the pressure of rock. Created in 1997, the Eyesores feature Redfearn on accordion and business lead vocals; Olivia Geiger on violin; Margie Wienk on cello, dual bass, and vocals; Ann Schattle on People from france horn; Erica Schattle on bassoon; Domenick Panzarella on acoustic guitar; and Matt McLaren on drums — although ensemble continues to be known to develop or shrink with regards to the needs of every individual performance. As the Eyesores started as a car for Redfearn’s even more singer/songwriter-oriented material, because the group required form its sonic palette became broader, and since that time the Eyesores used their uncommon, evocative music to accompany dance troupes and theatrical shows, in addition to scoring films for Laura Colella, an unbiased filmmaker employed in Providence. Redfearn & the Eyesores produced their debut using a divide single using the music group Iditarod in 1999, and documented a cassette-only EP and two albums before Redfearn stepped forwards as group head with 2003’s Every Man for Himself & God Against All. In 2005, Redfearn as well as the group released their second LP, The Calm Room, with the reputed 3rd party experimental label Cuneiform Information. North East Indie released their third record, The Smother Party, in 2006, and Redfearn & the Eyesores came back to Cuneiform for record number 4, The Blind Place, a year afterwards.