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Fluid Ounces


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Fluid Ounces (approx. 1995-2007, often referred to as Fl. Oz.) were a critically acclaimed, piano-based, power pop band from Murfreesboro, Tennessee that garnered a cult following for their critically acclaimed records, which featured a distinctive blend of hooks, varied musical styles, clever wordplay, and intricate, complex arrangements


Seth Timbs had been writing his own songs on both guitar and piano for years. By the time of he had formed Seth Timbs & The Mad Hatters, he had already accumulated a rather large back catalog. After the Mad Hatters, Timbs played in the band Ella Minopy with his good friend Matt Mahaffey. Once Ella broke up, he joined with Ella’s bassist, Ben Morton, as well as Elijah Shaw and local music legend Sam Baker (of local bands like the F Particles, These Are Houseplants, Blind Farmers, and Speake, among others) on drums to form a new band. His long-time collaborator, Brian “Tha B” Rogers, briefly joined Self, the new band with Ella’s drummer Matt Mahaffey, but it turned out he fit better playing guitar with Seth. The new band called itself Fl. Oz. (going by “Fluid Ounces” would come later when people didn’t understand the band name in its abbreviated form) and began playing and recording in 1995 in Murfreesboro and Nashville, TN on the newly formed Spongebath Records.

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