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Atlanta, GA’s Crybaby emerged from your ashes of many local rings in 2001 and aimed for bigger creative ambitions. C.J. Bargamian (electric guitar), Tag Carbone (drums), Daniel Winn (bass), and Kelly Sirmans (vocals/electric guitar) attempted various wish pop/space rock noises and produced something incomprehensible and artistically twisted. Sirmans’ vocals matched up famous brands PJ Harvey and Portishead’s Beth Gibbons, as the music group shipped something lush and textured. Schedules around their indigenous Atlanta allowed Crybaby to create a name for themselves, and self-released EPs such as for example Crybaby, Insignificant Understanding, and Live on the Superstar Bar continued the best splash. Agreed upon to hometown label Two Sheds Music, Crybaby released their proper studio room full-length No Means Yes in springtime 2002.

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