Generally, membership in an organization or music group comes before a single career — not really after. Ozzy Osbourne, for instance, produced a name for himself as Dark Sabbath’s business lead vocalist before he released a successful single career in the first ’80s; Paul McCartney, John Lennon, George Harrison, and Ringo Starr had been members from the Beatles before they truly became full-time single performers. And Lionel Richie was a lead vocalist for the Commodores before he proceeded to go single. But Stefanie Repair, alternatively, did things the contrary method — the East Coastline vocalist/songwriter (who has both acoustic and guitar) have been recording being a solo musician for quite some time when, in 2002, she founded the group Small Sight Length (LSD). Being a single musician, Fix (who passed Stefanie Gleit before she got wedded) preferred a folk-oriented strategy and was properly comfy playing introspective music in little coffeehouses. After documenting two folk-oriented single albums on her behalf very own Hand-to-Mouth label — Footprints in the Sky in 1996 and Success in 1999 and 2000 — she made a decision to try something completely different with LSD. As LSD’s business lead singer/founder, Fix mementos alternative pop/rock and roll that is extremely psychedelic-influenced. LSD’s music are moody, spacy, and melodic, as well as the band’s affects (either immediate or indirect) range between Radiohead to ’60s and ’70s symbols such as for example Jefferson Aircraft (instead of Jefferson Starship), Green Floyd, as well as the Beatles (generally their psychedelic function rather than their early recordings). Although LSD is normally Fix’s outfit, she’s some help from guitarist Kevin McMahon; in 2002, McMahon created and constructed LSD’s self-titled debut EP, which Repair released on Hand-to-Mouth. The EP’s various other participants include, amongst others, keyboardist Justin Russo, pianist Adam Snyder, and bassist John Parker.