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Essential For Fans Of Television, Pavement, Autolux etc.

Staggering Statistics are a shamefully underheard band from Cincinnati. Hopefully their prolific output will help change that (apparently they already have yet another new disc "in the can"). I'd strongly recommend jumping on the ride early, though, beginning here or with any of the initial releases. Fans of Television, Richard Hell, Pavement, Pixies, Autolux etc. will really dig the group's tangle of guitars and singer Austin Brown's bratty talk-sung stream of consciousness.

Biography

Formed: 2002 in Cincinnati, OH

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '00s

With a sound firmly planted in '90s American indie rock, Staggering Statistics started in late 2002 as a result of Afghan Whigs bassist and founding member John Curley jamming with Austin Brown, a Texas native who played in dozens of bands across the country before arriving in Cincinnati, OH. After various drummers, Brown brought in a longtime friend, multi-instrumentalist Joe Klug, as the band's permanent percussionist. Guitarist and keyboardist Sam Womelsdorf, another veteran of the local scene,...
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Pixelated Ones & Zeros EP, Staggering Statistics
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  • $5.94
  • Genres: Rock, Music
  • Released: Jul 12, 2006

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