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On! Air! Library! was a Post Rock/Ambient/Experimental rock band from New York City. Twin sisters Claudia Deheza and Alley Deheza met up with Phillip Wann to form the group back in 1998. Through playing at local venues and parties the trio eventually landed a deal with Arena Rock in 2002, and in 2003, a split record with The Album Leaf exposed the band to a wider audience, paving the way for their full length, self titled, debut album… read more

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  • Avatar for thesourcejoe
    good stuff, here.....
  • Avatar for ElNuevoPure
    2deep4u
  • Avatar for akoustikosagnoi
    This band has really shitty pictures. Learn to focus and use light man.
  • Avatar for mrjeffreydahmer
    both this and school of seven bells are ridiculously good
  • Avatar for DreadfulYgg
    Haters be hatin' here.
  • Avatar for KenHebert
    wow one album cmon albums rlly good
  • Avatar for Meloprint
    i prefer this one, School Of Seven Bells is good but nothing sounds like this.
  • Avatar for domakesay
    I've given it several listens. I wasn't implying that music without beats is generic (most of the music i listen to is beatless), and i certainly wasn't implying that pop music is bad music. I just don't like the direction they went. It's a very easy choice to drown your album in guitar reverb as it makes the music more fluctuating and harder to get a solid grip on. It's also a very popular choice these days as there is tons of bands doing the pop-shoegaze thingy. Some times it works well, sometimes it doesn't. I didn't really work on 'Alpinisims' IMO. I prefer the more raw feeling that the O!A!L! album has.
  • Avatar for domakesay
    this stuff is much better than School Of Seven Bells. SOSB is just another generic reverb drenched pop group. O!A!L! had style.
  • Avatar for Xylemicarious
    School of Seven Bells is pretty awesome stuff, but it doesn't really sound anything like OAL...

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