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Rosetta

Rosetta was formed during the summer of 2003 in Philadelphia. It consists of Michael Armine, who manipulates sounds and vocalizes, David Grossman, who plays the bass, Bruce McMurtrie Jr., who provides percussion, and J. Matthew Weed, who plays the guitar and occasionally the violin. In 2004 Translation Loss records expressed interest in releasing some recordings made by this group of people, thus the 2xCD "Galilean Satellites" was born. Recorded from August to December of 2004, the record spans 118 minutes and is half abrasive roar and half ambient wash, intended to be played simult ...read more

Rosetta was formed during the summer of 2003 in Philadelphia. It consists of Michael Armine, who manipulates sounds and vocalizes, David Grossman, who plays the bass, Bruce McMurtrie Jr., who provides percussion, and J. Matthew Weed, who plays the guitar and occasionally the violin. In 2004 Translation Loss records expressed interest in releasing some recordings made by this group of people, thus the 2xCD "Galilean Satellites" was born. Recorded from August to December of 2004, the record spans 118 minutes and is half abrasive roar and half ambient wash, intended to be played simultaneously to achieve its full effect. It was released in early fall of 2005. Their latest album - Quintessential Ephemera, released in 2015 - showcases a more melodic approach to the music, thanks to the addition of clean vocals. The band members cite Oceansize as a major influence on the record, as well as Oceansize being one of the band members' favorite artists. « hide

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LPs
Utopioid
2017

3.7
120 Votes
Quintessential Ephemera
2015

3.7
214 Votes
The Anaesthete
08/08/2013

3.5
272 Votes
A Determinism of Morality
2010

4
798 Votes
Wake/Lift
2007

4.1
596 Votes
The Galilean Satellites
2005

4.3
768 Votes
EPs
Sower of Wind
2019

3.3
36 Votes
Flies to Flame
2014

3.6
96 Votes
Live Albums
Audiotree Live
2018

3.8
2 Votes
Compilations
A Dead-Ender's Reunion
2016

3.9
19 Votes
Audio/Visual
2015

3.7
39 Votes

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