Swirlies released a series of EPs and four albums on the Taang! label before moving on to Bubblecore Records for 2003’s Cats of the Wild Volume 2. A handful of singles have also appeared through Slumberland, Pop Narcotic, Working Holiday and others, and the band has also released a number of cassettes, CDs, and downloadable albums on its Sneakyflute Empire label, including a rock opera addressing harbored feelings of enmity towards Meg Zamula. Orthogonal to the Zamula affair, bass player and keyboardist Andrew Bernick releases Swirlies-related material on his Richmond County Archives a label whose guiding principle is the collection and presentation of music in its natural, messed-up state (NOT to be confused with “lounge music”). Controversial Swirlies offshoot The Yes Girls toured the US and Denmark opening for Mew and also released a limited edition album in 2000 through Sneakyflute Empire/Pehr
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