Among the groupings that arrived of Denver, CO’s Helmet Area collective in the first 2000s, Drop worries is an choice pop/rock and roll trio that combines the shoegazer/wish pop audio with a solid understanding of electronica (often incorporating components of trip-hop). But regardless of the heavy usage of digital programming over the band’s recordings, Drop worries is definately not a techno or rave group — the Denver occupants have become song-oriented, and their function stresses melody and vocal character (instead of simply having to worry with beats, tempo, and production design). The majority of that vocal character originates from Sarah Marcogliese, who’s the group’s major lead vocalist. It appears as though woman lead performers are nearly obligatory in the shoegazer/fantasy pop field — they are very prevalent, at the very least — and Marcogliese’s business lead vocals have already been a fundamental element of Drop the Fear’s moody, haunting, atmospheric function. Marcogliese (a SAN FRANCISCO BAY AREA Bay Area indigenous who plays guitar and keyboards using the group) certainly has a solid gratitude of Björk, that has influenced not merely Marcogliese’s performing, but also Drop the Fear’s songwriting — as well as the threesome’s additional influences add the Cocteau Twins, My Bloody Valentine, and Lush to Substantial Attack. It really is quite suitable that among Drop the Fear’s affects can be Lush (particularly, the shoegazer/fantasy pop albums Lush documented before providing themselves a power pop makeover with 1995’s even more rocking Lovelife as well as the U.K. strike solitary “Ladykillers”) — Drop the Fear’s materials is, actually, quite lush. Rather than rocking aggressively, Drop worries is the type of group that could rather float, which outlook is fairly typical from the shoegazer/fantasy pop visual. Drop worries was shaped in past due 2003, when Marcogliese became a member of makes with Ryan Policky (guitar, keyboards, development, lead and history vocals) and Gabriel Ratliff (drums, keyboards, development, background vocals). Sometimes, Marcogliese and Policky enter some female vocalist/male singer connections, but Marcogliese is normally Drop the Fear’s primary vocalist. Marcogliese is normally a former person in a band known as Look Eyes, while Policky and Ratliff performed jointly in the Denver clothing Pure Play (which had a little local pursuing) within their pre-Drop worries days. Beyond Drop worries, Policky spent some time working a “time gig” being a website developer; one of is own main clients continues to be professional/comedian and Sunday Evening Live graduate Adam Sandler. The very first thing Drop worries released was a limited-edition three-song EP entitled Listen; that disk was accompanied by the group’s initial full-length record, a self-titled discharge that arrived in Dec 2004.