The Ernies, who hail from Richmond, Virginia, started their music trip like a straight-ahead ska music group in January, 1994 when guitarist/lead vocalist Can Hummel and drummer Matt Goves decided these were sick and tired of playing covers and began trying to accomplish something a bit more creative. These were quickly became a member of by baritone sax participant Hayes Smith and bassist David Warren. The music group played together for any 12 months before issuing their self-titled debut recording on Bob Information. Their debut will be the just ska recording that they might ever make, and also it demonstrated the beginnings from the cross-style noodling that this music group will be known for later on. Two more users extended the Ernies’ lineup; in 1996: Mike Hughes turned from playing your guitar to bass to become listed on the music group and in 1997, turntablist Chris Bondi (a child years friend of Smith’s) installed with the music group and helped radically switch their audio. 1997’s Dropping Technology, also released on Bob Information, shows proof this development. The album is really a mish-mash of designs, mixing their aged ska origins with hip-hop and metallic elements. The music group still appealed towards the skate and snowboard masses, however, and backed their album having a tour of Colorado skiing resorts in the wintertime of 1997. While these were in Colorado, these were invited to try out in a music group showcase in the Opium Den in Hollywood. Regardless of the range, the music group decided to trip to California, which demonstrated fortunate — these were sighted in the show by way of a consultant of Mojo Information and were later on offered a agreement using the label. Their 1st major-label debut, Meson Ray, that was released in 1999, was the 1st fruit of this contract. Documented by Howard Benson in LA, the recording harnessed the Ernies’ craziness on the collection of broadly divergent songs.
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