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The Foundry Field Recordings

Nodding to rings like Yo La Tengo, the Remedy, as well as the Flaming Lips using their cerebral, reverb-heavy make of indie pop, the Foundry Discipline Recordings created in the first 2000’s as a car for songwriter Billy Schuh. Schuh began his first music group, Billy Schuh & the Foundry, while he was students at the University or college of Missouri. Pursuing a large number of name and lineup adjustments, Schuh & the Foundry ultimately morphed in to the Foundry Field Recordings, comprising Schuh, Benjamin Hook, Becky Baxter, and Daniel Stegall. The music group released its debut EP, Robots as Fathers, in 2003, and their 1st full-length recording, Prompts/Miscues, arrived three years later on.

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