Named following a lyric in one from the songs on the first album, Autistic Daughters feature the key trio of guitarist/vocalist/percussionist Dean Roberts, drummer/percussionist Martin Brandlmayr, and bassist Werner Dafeldecker, but likewise incorporate the Necks’ Chris Abrahams and Valerio Tricoli amongst their collaborators. Each of Autistic Daughters’ people includes a deep history in experimental and improvisational music: Brandlmayr is definitely a member from the avant-garde group Trapist along with the post-rock/glitch music group Radian. Dafeldecker used the Viennese group Polwechsel and Fennesz, released an recording, 2000’s Aluminium, with Roberts, and released a string of single albums in the past due ’90s and early 2000s. Roberts, in the meantime, moved through the loud improvisations of Thela and White colored Winged Moth within the ’90s to moodier, textural, and steadily more structured place on his single albums. Released in 2003, End up being Mine Tonight — which highlighted Dafeldecker and Brandlmayr — was his most straightforwardly song-like collection however, and designed the path of what would become Autistic Daughters. While focusing on the follow-up to become Mine Tonight, Roberts, Dafeldecker, and Brandlmayr understood that their chemistry was similar to a music group than simply collaborators, therefore 2004’s Jealousy and Gemstone became Autistic Daughters’ debut record. The trio reconvened for periods in 2005 with Tricoli and once again in 2007, leading to Uneasy Blooms, which Kranky released in springtime 2008.