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Lungfish

The Lungfish band, from Baltimore, Maryland, performed and released albums on the Dischord Records label for more than 20 years. The group's consciousness alternately/ simultaneously coalesced and dispersed creating a continuous quasi-musical pulse which reached climax at semi-monthly public performances.

Lungfish is now, as it often has been, quasi if not entirely defunct. However, since the release of the band’s last album in 2005, “Feral Hymns”, singer Daniel Higgs (who is also an accomplished visual artist) has embarked on a burgeoning solo career, releasing albums ...read more

The Lungfish band, from Baltimore, Maryland, performed and released albums on the Dischord Records label for more than 20 years. The group's consciousness alternately/ simultaneously coalesced and dispersed creating a continuous quasi-musical pulse which reached climax at semi-monthly public performances.

Lungfish is now, as it often has been, quasi if not entirely defunct. However, since the release of the band’s last album in 2005, “Feral Hymns”, singer Daniel Higgs (who is also an accomplished visual artist) has embarked on a burgeoning solo career, releasing albums on Northern Liberties, Thrill Jockey and Holy Mountain and showing his artwork both in the States and The United Kingdom. Asa Osborne is currently recording and performing solo material under the name, The Zomes. « hide

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LPs
A.C.R. 1999
05/15/2012

2.8
2 Votes
Feral Hymns
2005

3.7
9 Votes
Love Is Love
2003

3.6
9 Votes
Necrophones
2000

3.1
8 Votes
The Unanimous Hour
1999

4.1
24 Votes
Artificial Horizon
1997

3.9
17 Votes
Indivisible
1996

4.2
18 Votes
Sound in Time
1995

4.3
9 Votes
Pass and Stow
1994

3.9
10 Votes
Rainbows from Atoms
1993

3.9
8 Votes
Talking Songs for Walking
1991

3.7
6 Votes
Necklace of Heads
1989

3.2
7 Votes
EPs
split w/ Brightblack Morning Light
2008

10 East
1995

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