For 25 years, bassist/guitarist David Brown remained mainly limited to a supporting part in an array of Australian underground punk rock/art rock bands, including Signals and Dumb & the Ugly. His focus on microtonal bass so that as a noise-based audio artist found even more acknowledgement in the past due ’90s with Bucketrider, Lazy, and his ongoing association with K.K. Null. His 1st solo recording (beneath the name Candlesnuffer) arrived in 2001. Dark brown was created in 1956 in Melbourne, Australia, where he continued to be based. He strike his teenage years in the heydays of psychedelic rock and roll and prog rock and roll, and begun to play skillfully as the punk tidal influx reached the coasts of Australia. However, one of is own initial engagements was a tenure in AC/DC (he was kicked out after three weeks). He produced the group Indicators with David Wadelton, Chris Knowles, and Philip Thomson, close friends he made whilst getting his diploma in great arts. This avant-punk clothing recorded several compilation monitors and a cassette, Gimmee Some Lovin’ (1982). After Indicators split up in 1983, Dark brown sidestepped in the music scene for some of what continued to be from the ’80s. He performed in a few rings, but the insufficient open-mindedness in the 10 years supposed few live engagements no documenting possibilities. Rather, he centered on his painting, exhibiting frequently on the Pinacotheca Gallery in Melbourne. One of is own last efforts was the trio Dumb & the Ugly, were only available in 1987 but shortly left dormant. The machine was reactivated and Dark brown resumed his musical actions in 1990, upon the inception of Dr. Jim’s Information, which rang the bell for a fresh Aussie indie network to emerge. Dumb & the Ugly performed with Einstürzende Neubauten and Fred Frith, and documented a full-length Compact disc (Atmospheres of Steel) before disbanding in 1993, of which stage the avant-jazz-punk ensemble Bucketrider found life. Using the group’s drummer Sean Baxter, Dark brown produced Lazy in 1995. At that time, Australia had harvested into a even more practical environment for avant-garde music artists (the first model of the WHAT’S Music? festival will be kept in 1996). In 1997, he enrolled on the Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology, heading back to college to generate an M.A. in press arts study, completing his change from rock and roll bassist to acoustic guitar dexperimentalist. In the mean time, he offers collaborated with regional music artists Jon Rose, Oren Ambarchi, and Jim Denley; and performed with Mr. Bungle, David Shea, and “noisician” K.K. Null. Using the second option he documented Terminal Hz. Found from the U.S. label Floor Problem, it became his 1st international release.