In 1999 Julian released the album First Imaginary Symphony For Nomad, featuring a slew of musicians helping him, most notably Robbie Cucchiaro and Eric Harris. Ten years later Music Tapes for Clouds and Tornadoes was released, featuring the usual bevy of artists, most notably an eight foot tall metronome.
On september 4th, 2012, their last album, Mary’s Voice, was released by Merge Records. In the lead-up to the album, Julian Koster held a Kickstarter campaign for a subsequent tour, with rewards including signed copies/master copies of the album, personalized messages and images, and Koster’s banjo used on previous albums, most notably Neutral Milk Hotel’s In The Aeroplane Over The Sea.
Edited by lc0000 on 28 Jan 2013, 19:11
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