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End.

End is a little band out of New York City. Over the years, their sound has evolved to be a noisy mix of dirty synths, garage rock, and old-time swing, all achieved through a mish-mash of live instruments, programmed electronics, and stolen sounds.

They've put out numerous records on labels like Ipecac, Hymen, and Tigerbeat6, toured the world with bands like Fantomas, Melt Banana, and Jason Forrest, and worked on albums with the bands Snog and Messer Für Frau Müller.

Releases.

The Dangerous Class (2009. A Girl Called Trouble (2008. The Sick Gener ...read more

End is a little band out of New York City. Over the years, their sound has evolved to be a noisy mix of dirty synths, garage rock, and old-time swing, all achieved through a mish-mash of live instruments, programmed electronics, and stolen sounds.

They've put out numerous records on labels like Ipecac, Hymen, and Tigerbeat6, toured the world with bands like Fantomas, Melt Banana, and Jason Forrest, and worked on albums with the bands Snog and Messer Für Frau Müller.

Releases.

The Dangerous Class (2009. A Girl Called Trouble (2008. The Sick Generation (2005. Ladies Get In Free (split w/ Jason Forrest) (2005. The Sounds of Disaster (2004. Percussions (2004. To Hell With Everyone (as Giorgio Marauder) (2003. Errata (2003. Science/Fiction (2002.

Remixes. Monster Zoku Onsomb!: Suicide Sinewav. Vernon Le Noir: I Got Rhyth. Snog: King Of Hat. Snog: Planet of Shi. Kaada: Retirement Communit. The Icarus Line: Feed A Cat To Your Cobr. Ambassador 21: Whip Son. Mad Ep: When I'm Si. Foetus: Time Marches O. Snog: Real Estate Ma. Neutral: Carbo. Black Lung: Catastrophic Cognitive Voi. Snog: Are You Normal Enough

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The Sounds of Disaster
2004

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