San Diego-based singer and multi-instrumentalist Rob Crow can be an exceptionally prolific and eclectic musician who splits his period among a number of tasks, including Pinback, Thingy, Goblin Dick, Optiganally Yours, Alpha Men, Physics, and Snotnose, amongst others. On the way, Crow offers released several solo CDs which are distinctly unusual even because of this quirky indie rock and roll/math rock and roll musician. Crow started his public profession as one-fourth of Large Vegetable, whose initial EP, A Couple of Stuff by Large Vegetable, arrived in 1993. When that group divide in 1995, Crow and Large Vegetable vocalist Elea Tenuta began a new music group, Thingy, almost instantly. At exactly the same time, Crow released his initial solo task, half a break up CD using the artwork noise electronica designer Reduced. Crow’s half of the disk includes 25 ultra-short songs, mainly instrumentals, including three songs recorded with the medial side task Fantasy Mission Push. (Fantasy Mission Push released their very own EP, Circus Atari, in 1997.) Crow’s 1st full solo recording, Lactose Adept, arrived in 1996. A lot more fragmented than his fifty percent of the break up CD with Reduced, Lactose Adept includes 30 bizarre music fragments which range from seven mere seconds to seven moments, well over fifty percent of them to arrive at beneath the two-minute tag. Crow’s scribbled liner records explain the songs were documented having a four-track cassette deck within the apartment nearby to his and Tenuta’s, on products belonging to Large Veggie bassist Travis Nelson. There is absolutely no part of Lactose Adept that’s not totally unusual, from your music towards the bizarre cover artwork having a hacked Ernest Shepard sketching taken from a Winnie the Pooh publication. Crow adopted his single sojourn using the duo Optiganally Yours, a duo of Crow on vocals and Optigan (a cheap home keyboard device from your ’60s that takes on noises kept on discs) participant Pea Hix. The duo released two albums, 1997’s Optigan-only Limelight on Optiganally Yours and 2000’s Optiganally Yours Presents Specifically Talentmaker, an recording built round the noises of other outdated home keyboard equipment. Three even more Crow solo tasks implemented, 2003’s My Area Is chaos, 2007’s Living Well, as well as the I Hate You Rob Crow EP.