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Magnog

The first Magnog demo cassette arrived in the Kranky P.O. Box in the summer of 1995. At the time the tapes arrived in Chicago the average age of each band member was under twenty. For their debut album, Magnog enlisted Andy Brown of Jessamine to engineer. Magnog was released on compact disc and LP in March, 1996. After the debut album came out it was reviewed by Guitar Player, The New York Times and Rolling Stone, Magnog played the Vienna Jazz Festival and was chosen by Pearl Jam to open shows. Magnog played out, recorded a single for the British Enraptured label and began preparing their ...read more

The first Magnog demo cassette arrived in the Kranky P.O. Box in the summer of 1995. At the time the tapes arrived in Chicago the average age of each band member was under twenty. For their debut album, Magnog enlisted Andy Brown of Jessamine to engineer. Magnog was released on compact disc and LP in March, 1996. After the debut album came out it was reviewed by Guitar Player, The New York Times and Rolling Stone, Magnog played the Vienna Jazz Festival and was chosen by Pearl Jam to open shows. Magnog played out, recorded a single for the British Enraptured label and began preparing their second studio album. Live shows were highlighted by extended improvisations and instrument swamping. Magnog broke up without finishing the recordings they had started as a projected second studio album. It turned out that health problems of all members destroyed the band. Jeff Reily also released some solo material. Some of Magnog contemporaries are Cul de Sac, Flying Saucer Attack and Charalambides. « hide

Similar Bands: Godspeed You! Black Emperor, Cul de Sac, Flying Saucer Attack, Charalambides

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1997

3.5
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Magnog
1995

3.3
2 Votes

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