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Mini Mansions

Mini Mansions may be the dark psych-pop task of Los Angeles-based vocalist/multi-instrumentalist Michael Shuman (also of Cables burning and bassist for Queens from the Rock Age group), vocalist/bassist/keyboardist Zach Dawes, and vocalist/keyboardist/guitarist Tyler Parkford. Shuman experienced known Dawes since child years, and Dawes fulfilled Parkford if they went to college in Santa Cruz, CA. Dawes sent Shuman a few of Parkford’s tunes in 2005, so when Parkford came back to LA in 2008, they produced plans to create music collectively. The trio officially became Mini Mansions in ’09 2009 after Queens from the Rock Age completed touring to get Period Vulgaris. Shuman and Tyler selected the best from the tunes they had currently written and produced those right into a self-released EP they released later on in ’09 2009. Mini Mansions continuing documenting, with QOTSA frontman Josh Homme combining some songs, and readied their self-titled debut recording. The solitary Monk, which presented a slow-motion cover of Blondie’s “Center of Cup,” found its way to June 2010 on Psychedelic Judaism, and Mini Mansions premiered by Ipecac Information and Homme’s Rekords Rekords imprint that November. The music group spent two . 5 years composing its second recording, and documented it at L.A.’s Vox Saving Studios with particular guests like the Arctic Monkeys’ Alex Turner and Brian Wilson (Dawes also performed bass on the program for Wilson’s 2015 recording No Pier Pressure). T Bone tissue Burnett’s Electromagnetic imprint released THE FANTASTIC Pretenders in March 2015.

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