San Francisco’s politically astute post-rock trio From Monument to Public features vocalist/percussionist/drummer Francis Choung, guitarist/vocalist/programmer Matthew Solberg, and bassist/keyboardist/programmer/vocalist Sergio Robledo-Maderazo. The music group formed in past due 2000, when Solberg fulfilled Choung via an on the web bulletin plank for local music artists. The duo started playing jointly and linked to Robledo-Maderazo, who acquired went to UCSB when Choung was there and was a shared friend with Steve Aoki, the top of Dim Mak Information. The band’s collaborative, experimental strategy combines the liquid arrangements and buildings of post-rock, the explosive strike and principled position of old-school hardcore and emo, as well as the associates’ politics and social problems; Choung and Robledo-Maderazo are both Asian-American and their viewpoints intensely inform the band’s music. Furthermore to their use the music group, Solberg is really a painter and has using a jazz-metal music group known as the Mass, Choung functions in video and includes a BA in film research, and Robledo-Maderazo also functions in graphical design and media. From Monument to Public’ self-titled debut record made an appearance on Dim Mak in springtime 2002; the music group implemented it up another year using the Impossible Leap in a single Hundred EASY STEPS.