An indie singer/songwriter whose spacy, twangy tunes nodded to performers like Devendra Banhart, Sparklehorse, as well as the Hill Goats, Benji Cossa slowly built a subsequent throughout the past due ’90s and early 2000s because of his prolific nature like a songwriter and an appearance around the soundtrack of 2003’s No Day. Cossa began writing music in 1995, during his sophomore 12 months of university. He snagged an area on the Krebstar Information cassette tape compilation twelve months later and continued release a his first record on that label, a cassette tape-only discharge using the wry name Cossacabana, in early 1997. Many even more homemade albums and compilation tape performances followed during the period of another seven years, like the divide 7″ Rollacossa, the 4 for Tour cassette, and an appearance for the Magic Marker Information comp Can We BE Friends. Until this aspect, Cossa was pretty much on the unidentified end from the indie rock and roll range; he didn’t possess a label and was still saving a lot of his tapes by himself. This transformed in 2003, when he was contacted by movie director Ben Coccio and commissioned to create a tune for No Time, a film loosely predicated on the Columbine SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL massacre. The extremely controversial film pretty much boosted Cossa from the comp tape underground — Magic Marker released an all-Cossa comp, Benji Cossa’s Vault, Vol. 1 in 2005, as well as the musician released his initial full-length studio work, Between your Blue as well as the Green, on Significant Business in 2007.