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Daddy Lion

Daddy Lion
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Powered by Audioscrobbler™Originally started as a solo project from founding member Jeremy Joseph, Daddy Lion adopts the DIY ethos that he learned growing up in the Washington, DC area with its Dischord-records driven punk scene. As a solo project, and as a band, they've recorded nearly all their music themselves with whatever they had access to at the time: from a 4-track tape recorder in Mom's basement, to a digital 8-track, to Garageband, to their latest full-length recorded by synth player Chris Johnson in the attic of a decaying lake house that belonged to his grandparents.

Jeremy met his bandmates several years ago after moving from DC to Columbia, South Carolina in order to pursue a doctoral degree in philosophy. He met bass player Randal Franklin and drummer Bart Ballington on Craigslist, and met synth player Chris Johnson at a local avant-garde music club that they both frequented and where Chris ran sound. Their musical backgrounds are diverse - from playing in hardcore bands to studying classical composition. Their sound has been particularly compared to 80's and 90's college and indie rock such as Husker Du, REM, and Modest Mouse.

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