The indie rock four-piece Good China have already been honing their keyboard-laden design since 1997. Their deep digital sound can be embraceable and brutal, but Good China are happy with the space rock and roll ambience they have become to develop. Good China, made up of bassist Greg Markov, keyboardist Joshua Stop, drummer Thom Walsh, and frontman keyboardist/guitarist Rob Withem, began gigging around their hometown of Phoenix, creating a name for themselves while posting times with fellow space rockers such as for example Joy Electric powered and Starflyer 59. They released their debut, When the Globe Sings, on Teeth & Nail in middle-2000. 2 yrs later on, You Make Me Hate Music made an appearance and pushed Good China further in to the indie rock limelight.