Led by frontman Diego Garcia, Elefant performed a little role in the trendy, ’80s-affected indie rock and roll scene that swept through NEW YORK through the early 2000s. The music group released two albums during its period together, mining a variety of ’80s English indie rock and roll and new influx on its debut recording, Sunshine Makes Me Paranoid, and emphasizing dance grooves around the follow-up record, Dark Magic Display. Elefant eventually known as it quits this year 2010, with Garcia selecting to pursue a solo profession after the break up. Although given birth to in Detroit, Garcia relocated around as a kid, hanging out in his parents’ indigenous Argentina before relocating to Tampa, Florida. It had been in Florida that he bought an classical guitar at age 14 and started writing his personal songs. Music continued to be a dynamic hobby until Garcia’s graduation from Brownish University or college in 2000, when he jettisoned a feasible profession in economics to be able to move to NEW YORK. There, he started piecing collectively a music group, eventually developing Elefant with bassist Jeff Berrall, guitarist Mod, and drummer Kevin McAdams. Making a audio that leaned seriously for the Smiths as well as the Get rid of, Elefant documented a four-song demonstration and agreed upon with Kemado, an area indie imprint that got opened its doorways in 2002. Kemado released The Gallery Young lady EP in Feb 2003, followed 8 weeks later with the band’s atmospheric debut record, Sunshine Makes Me Paranoid. By enough time Garcia and business reappeared in Apr 2006 using the Dark Magic Present, they’d included hard rock and roll guitars and dance rythmns to their audio, earning evaluations to Bloc Party as well as the Killers along the way. Like its forerunner, The Dark Magic Show gained warm testimonials. It became the band’s last discharge, however. After going for a three-year hiatus, Elefant briefly reconvened in ’09 2009 to focus on a third record, but the guaranteed record under no circumstances materialized. Instead, a short MySpace post announced the band’s standard divide in June 2010.