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Kepler

Kepler was a Canadian indie rock band formed in 1997 from Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. The band had many different members over the course of its existence, including Jeremy Gara (later of Arcade Fire), Samir Khan, Jon Georgekish-Watt, Mike Sheridan, Michael Feuerstack, Mike Dubue, and Jordy Walker (as well as a variety of guest musicians).

The band toured across Canada, the United States, and Europe, opening for Montreal's Godspeed You! Black Emperor in the United Kingdom and The Netherlands.

During the recording of their last record, drummer, guitarist and keyboa ...read more

Kepler was a Canadian indie rock band formed in 1997 from Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. The band had many different members over the course of its existence, including Jeremy Gara (later of Arcade Fire), Samir Khan, Jon Georgekish-Watt, Mike Sheridan, Michael Feuerstack, Mike Dubue, and Jordy Walker (as well as a variety of guest musicians).

The band toured across Canada, the United States, and Europe, opening for Montreal's Godspeed You! Black Emperor in the United Kingdom and The Netherlands.

During the recording of their last record, drummer, guitarist and keyboardist Jeremy Gara left to join Arcade Fire. The remaining band members assembled a group that played a few shows around the release of the last record Gara played on, Attic Salt. The group disbanded in early 2006.

Attic Salt was released on vinyl for the first time by German label oscarson on May 6, 2014. « hide

Similar Bands: Low, Codeine, Bedhead, Lowercase

LPs
Attic Salt
2005

Missionless Days
2002

3.8
6 Votes
Fuck Fight Fail
2000

EPs
The Heart Is Painted On
1999

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