Ape School may be the moniker of Michael Johnson, a multi-instrumentalist studio room wiz located in Philadelphia, Pa, who was simply previously an associate from the indie rock and roll rings Holopaw and Lilys. He produced his debut as Ape College in ’09 2009 in colaboration with Ninja Melody. Given birth to in Miami, Florida, Johnson relocated to the Florida panhandle as a kid and spent his teenage years in Gainesville. While living there, he was an associate of the music group Holopaw, whose frontman, John Orth, got collaborated with Modest Mouse frontman Isaac Brock in the music group Ugly Casanova. Thanks a lot partly to Orth’s affiliation with Brock, Holopaw was agreed upon to a documenting agreement with Sub Pop, the label that got released the Ugly Casanova record Sharpen Your Tooth (2002), furthermore to early singles by Modest Mouse. Holopaw released two albums on Sub Pop, Holopaw (2003) and Quit +/or Combat (2005), both which feature Johnson being a multi-instrumentalist. Aside from Holopaw, Johnson released a single album, Nonsense Runs Mudslide (2004), in the Must!Mouth watering Recordings label. In the meantime, he shifted to Philadelphia, where he started collaborating with regional indie rock and roll performers including Kurt Vile and Kurt Heasley. Especially, he became a member of Heasley’s music group Lilys for the documenting of their record Everything Wrong Is certainly Imaginary (2006) and its own helping tour. He collaborated following with Daedelus in the album Want to Make Music To (2008). Thanks a lot partly to Daedelus’ affiliation with Ninja Melody, the label that got released Want to Make Music To, Johnson was agreed upon to a documenting contract with Counter-top Records, a recently established subsidiary from the label. Implementing the Ape College moniker, Johnson proceeded release a Ape College (2009), a psychedelic indie electronica record developed chiefly with a vintage Moog dating back again to 1965 (apparently the 4th Moog modular synthesizer Robert Moog available). In 2012, Johnson, dealing with drummer Eric Slick and a bunch of guests, came back with the next Ape School discharge, Junior Assault on Hometapes.