“T-Tauri was alive for six years 1993-1999, two years in Colorado and four in Los Angeles. By the time they were in Los Angeles, the guitar, bass, and drums trio gained a love of sludge. They dove deeper into the pit of despair, away from the surface light of spastic hardcore leaving a trail of honest horror and apparitions of their former selves. They survived many US tours and recorded dozens of songs that were available in various degrees. Their first effort, a cassette-only demo, has probably been heard by less than 50 people and was made by hand and four-track by the band in 1995. The next release, a split 7” with the popular Bay Area by way of Colorado outfit the VSS. “Ending Deconstruction”, their first full length, was an early release by Gold Standard Laboratories. The last recording was self-financed in a desperate attempt to preserve the final work of the band and was never released until now. The band members, ever unsatisfied, felt the pain and pleasure of committing years of their lives to this project; eventually they pursued their inquiries separately. Jason went on sabbatical to Colorado. Aaron moved to New York to study Film and TV then on to play in Black Dice. Gream went to San Diego to study international relations, and played in the Peppermints”

Edited by sankathi on 10 Sep 2009, 12:08

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