1. shoegazers Pia Fraus started in 1998 in Tallinn, Estonia when six art school students (kärt ojavee, Kristel Loide, rein fuks, Tõnis Kenkmaa, Reijo Tagapere, and Joosep Volk) came together. Their first gig was in spring 1999.
After some concerts they started recording their first album Wonder What It’s Like which was released in spring 2001 by themselves. Then they sent some demos to different labels and the next full-length album (In Solarium) was released under Clairecords (Sacramento, CA, United States) in summer 2002. Kristel Loide left the band and Eve Komp replaced her. Before the release of their next album, Margus Voolpriit replaced Joosep Volk. In autumn 2003 Clairecords released Plastilina EP which included tracks from Wonder What It’s Like. At the beginning of 2004 Vinyl-Junkie released In Solarium with bonus tracks in Japan. In September later that year Mooie Island EP was released under their own label SekSound. In spring 2005 Vinyl-Junkie Recordings released compilation CD Sailing On A Grapefruit Lake in Japan which also includes two videos. Winter 2006 saw the birth of Pia Fraus’s next LP Nature Heart Software released by seksound.
2. A belgian industrial band formed in Aartrijke. They have 2 CDs. The band split in 2006 not long after the second cd was released
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