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2017 debut album from L.A.-based post-punk/death rock architects whose passionate performances and confrontational stage show have made them one of the biggest buzzes in L.A.'s venerable Echo Park scene! Produced by Paul Roessler (Nina Hagen, The Screamers)! Egrets on Ergot began in 2010 when Adam Brooks and Heather Galipo, two disilluisioned artists in LA, bonded together over their lack of musicianship and love for seminal groups like The Birthday Party and the Banshees. Over a year of rapid-fire personell changes and only about four songs written, the duo finally settled with a couple of punk minded friends (Jose Molina and Matt Sherin) that saw eye-to-eye with their creative direction and had patience to aid with the learning curve at hand.
2017 debut album from L.A.-based post-punk/death rock architects whose passionate performances and confrontational stage show have made them one of the biggest buzzes in L.A.'s venerable Echo Park scene! Produced by Paul Roessler (Nina Hagen, The Screamers)! Egrets on Ergot began in 2010 when Adam Brooks and Heather Galipo, two disilluisioned artists in LA, bonded together over their lack of musicianship and love for seminal groups like The Birthday Party and the Banshees. Over a year of rapid-fire personell changes and only about four songs written, the duo finally settled with a couple of punk minded friends (Jose Molina and Matt Sherin) that saw eye-to-eye with their creative direction and had patience to aid with the learning curve at hand.
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Egrets On Ergot - Surfeit Of Gemutlich

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Format: CD
Label: CLE
Rel. Date: 10/27/2017
UPC: 889466066221

Surfeit Of Gemutlich
Artist: Egrets On Ergot
Format: CD
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2017 debut album from L.A.-based post-punk/death rock architects whose passionate performances and confrontational stage show have made them one of the biggest buzzes in L.A.'s venerable Echo Park scene! Produced by Paul Roessler (Nina Hagen, The Screamers)! Egrets on Ergot began in 2010 when Adam Brooks and Heather Galipo, two disilluisioned artists in LA, bonded together over their lack of musicianship and love for seminal groups like The Birthday Party and the Banshees. Over a year of rapid-fire personell changes and only about four songs written, the duo finally settled with a couple of punk minded friends (Jose Molina and Matt Sherin) that saw eye-to-eye with their creative direction and had patience to aid with the learning curve at hand.
        
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