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Space Needle

Biography

Space Needle began in 1994 because the four-track task of Long Island-based Jud Ehrbar and Jeff Gatland, longtime close friends who began executing together while going to senior high school. After graduation, Ehrbar relocated to Providence, Rhode Isle, where he went to school and performed drums in Chick Graning’s music group Scarce; after innovative variations prompted Ehrbar’s leave, he came back to Long Isle and reunited with Gatland, where in fact the duo founded Space Needle like a location for incorporating varied influences which range from experimental music and ’70s prog rock and roll to ’80s post-punk and hip-hop. After putting your signature on to the brand new York label No Hour, Space Needle debuted in 1995 with Voyager, a assortment of fuzzy, psychedelic compositions supported by primitive tape loops and experimental creation techniques. Before 1997’s ambitious The Moray Eels Eat the area Needle, guitarist Anders Parker — the auteur behind Varnaline — became a full-time member; Ehrbar also continuing along with his concurrent ambient task, Reservoir.

Quick Facts


Height 184 m
Music Songs Never Lonely Alone, One Kind of Lullaby, Love Left Us Strangers, Beers in Heaven, More Than Goodnight, Before I Lose My Style, Eyes to the World, Bladewash, Sun Doesn't Love Me, Where the Fuck's My Wallet?, Put It on the Glass, Hyapatia Lee, Flowers for Algernon, Hot for Krishna, Old Spice, Scientific Mapp / Junky's Fingers / Callwood's Lament, Starry Eyes, Love Left Us Strangers - Remix, 4 Flys on Grey Canvas, Untitled Duet, Dreams, Patrick Ewing, Watercress Nods in the Irrigation Ditch, Silent Night
Albums The Moray Eels Eat the Space Needle, Voyager, Recordings 1994–1997

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