In 2008, synth-driven indie pop group Landscapes & Villa shaped in Santa Barbara, California. With an album’s well worth of sugary, celebratory music under their belt, guitarist Christopher Lynch, keyboardist Adam Rasmussen, bassist Shane McKillop, and drummer Levi Hayden journeyed to Oregon to record their self-titled debut. Landscapes & Villa was finished during the period of two weeks beneath the guidance of Secretly Canadian labelmate Richard Swift, and released in the summertime of 2011. For this period, Dustin Ineman was induced board for concert events to try out keyboards and percussion. By enough time of their following recording, he was up to speed like a full-time member. 2014’s dancier, even more concentrated Dunes was made by Tim Goldsworthy (past due from the DFA group) and documented at Michigan’s Important Club studio room. Amid prolonged touring, Hayden remaining the music group, and Ineman centered on percussion for his or her 2015 LP, Music for Canines, a hooky and experimental post-punk brew made by Jacob Family portrait (Unfamiliar Mortal Orchestra).