A founding person in experimental pop group Animal Collective, Avey Tare was created David Portner on Apr 24, 1979. Portner was raised near Baltimore and fulfilled his potential fellow Pet Collective mates Noah Lennox, Josh Dibb, and Brian Weitz in senior high school, where they bonded over distributed musical obsessions including Pavement, the Pleased Dead, and different strains of psychedelic music. Alongside future BARR innovator Brendan Fowler, the teenaged Portner, Weitz, and Dibb began a music group known as Automine, who proceeded to go as far as release a a singular 7″ solitary before leaving senior high school. In 2000, Portner caused Lennox on Nature They’re Gone, Nature They’ve Vanished, an recording acknowledged to Avey Tare & Panda Carry but later named the first formal output of Pet Collective. This recording arranged the precedent for Pet Collective’s nebulous lineup, as different members would sit down out some albums or lead seriously to others. Portner shifted to NEW YORK to wait NYU, as well as the additional members from the collective quickly joined him, using the music group playing even more displays and touring with like-minded sound rock works like Dark Dice, Lightning Bolt, as well as the Cranium. At the moment, Portner started part project Terrestrial Shades along with his then-roommate, Dark Dice member Eric Copeland. As Pet Collective grew from their loud origins and captured the hearing of increasingly more supporters, Portner released periodic side-step recordings under his very own name, including a divide 12″ with experimental musician David Grubbs in 2003 and 2007’s collaborative LP Pullhair Rubeye along with his then-wife, Kristín Anna Valtýsdóttir of múm. The record, reported to be motivated by David Lynch movies, was documented in an average fashion, then prepared so it performed completely backwards, and released to the general public that way, totally backwards. A divorce and both family members problems and medical issues resulted in the murky, tenuous 2010 single record Down There. In 2013, Portner started dealing with ex-Ponytail drummer Jeremy Hyman and ex-Dirty Projectors vocalist Angel Deradoorian over the even more upbeat Avey Tare’s Slasher Flicks. The trio self-produced the debut record Enter the Slasher Home, which saw discharge in 2014.
|1||His sister is Abby Portner, New York City artist and musician, who creates some of Animal Collective's artwork.|
|Antibirth||2016||performer: "Funzone Theme Song" - as Dave Portner / writer: "Oboroed", "Funzone Theme Song" - as Dave Portner|
|Project X||2012||writer: "My Girls"|
|Fresh Meat||TV Series performer - 1 episode, 2011 writer - 1 episode, 2011|
|The Dynamiter||2011||writer: "Winter's Love", "Banshee Beat", "Visiting Friends", "Loch Raven"|
|I'm Here||2010||Short writer: "Did You See the Words"|
|Splinterheads||2009||writer: "Did You See The Words?"|
|Peter and Vandy||2009||writer: "Fireworks"|
|Gigantic||2008||writer: "Did You See the Words"|
|Deadgirl||2008||writer: "For Reverend Green"|
|Gina & Jules||2015||Short assistant camera|
|Game World||2014||Video short d.i.t|
|Animal Collective: The Amazon||2017||TV Series documentary||Himself|
|Earthworks||2017/II||TV Series documentary||Himself|
|¡Atención obras!||2016||TV Series||Himself|
|New York Noise||2005||TV Series||Himself|
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