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Artist Info

Erasers

Erasers
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Powered by Audioscrobbler™The Erasers were an American rock band.

The Erasers began around 1974, the brainchild of artists Susan Springfield (Susan Beschta, April 21, 1952 - May 2, 2019) (guitar, vocals) and Jane Fire (drums). Part of the 1970s CBGB art-punk scene that included Television and Richard Hell.
Though they made a brief appearance on a (long out-of-print) 1982 ROIR compilation, their music and history were lost for decades to everyone outside of a very small circle of critics, collectors, and old punks. But their one excellent, off-kilter single (“Funny/I Won’t Give Up”) is one of the standouts on Numero Group’s comprehensive, painstakingly curated Ork Records: New York, New York box set, which was released to well-deserved acclaim in 2015.


Erasers are a duo (Rebecca and Rupert) from Perth, Australia. Their debut 5-track CDR was recorded in their bedrooms using both their own and borrowed equipment. Rupert Thomas is formerly from the band Shock! Horror!.

http://www.myspace.com/erasersonpencils
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