By 2005, The Dirty Marmaduke Flute Squad’s Nikc Miller began performing locally with friends in order to support the release of “Hugburn!” a hand-distributed CD-R collection of leftovers and new songs. The added flavor of on-stage antics and costumes created a local buzz and fanbase that consummated into generous amount of fan-recorded local music which has found a home on Archive.Org. DMFS perform live in semi-full costume using funny pseudonyms.
In 2006, the newly formed band with the addition of bassist Brian Adam Ant began recording their first effort as a band. “Die Humpin!” (2007), marks the triumphant return of a band that never was. Leaving the 4-track and synthesized beats behind, “Die Humpin” is as much a debut as it is a coming-of-age for a band that, like most great men, probably happened by accident.
Edited by oxygen06 on 5 May 2007, 07:16
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