Julie Doiron began her music profession in 1990, performing and performing bass for the Canadian indie rock-band Eric’s Trip. As the group released several EPs and three albums for Sub Pop, Doiron also started writing her personal largely acoustic materials. When Eric’s Trip split up in 1996, she released an recording beneath the name Broken Woman on Sappy Information, her personal label. Later on that yr, Doiron done her second recording, Loneliest each day, which arrived on Sub Pop and was documented with prominent indie rock and roll producers and music artists like Doug Easley, Davis McCain, Large Sand’s Howie Gelb, as well as the Grifters’ Dave Shouse. Doiron shifted to Tree Information for her following launch, 1999’s EP DO YOU WANT TO Still Like Me?; a cooperation with Canadian indie rockers the Wooden Celebrities adopted in early 2000. Julie Doiron as well as the Wooden Celebrities earned that year’s Juno — Canada’s exact carbon copy of a Grammy Honor — for Greatest Independently Released Recording. Doiron shifted to Jagjaguwar for 2001’s Desormais and the next year’s Center and Criminal offense; the label also reissued DO YOU WANT TO Still Like Me? and Julie Doiron as well as the Wooden Celebrities in 2002 with some media extras. The next yr, she collaborated on the split recording with Okkervil River for Acuarela Information, and 2004 noticed the discharge of Goodnight No one. Ex – Eric’s Trip member Rick Light created Doiron’s 2007 record Woke Myself Up, aswell as her 2009 discharge I Can Question What You Do with Your Time. Among, Doiron found period to utilize Phil Elvrum on his 2008 Support Eerie excursion, Shed Intelligence. In 2012 she came back with ninth single record So A NUMBER OF DAYS, again made by White.