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Vancouver-based band World of Science formed as a three piece in June of 2001. Like a deciduous tree, each May the band would grow as its members returned from schools across the country, and each September it would wither as they left again.

By late 2005, the band had become a coniferous tree, and featured the four-member lineup it has today. Working for two steady years on their debut, makeout songs by World of Science, the band was more than ready to release the album in January 2008.

World of Science is currently distributed in an open agreement with Treehouse Records, which also distributes Vancouver-based band Children of the CPU. Both Cam and Veronica are members of that band.

Cameron Shay

The brains behind the operation, former Ottawa resident and current visual artist Cameron has mastered the art of small scale studio recording and electronics. Saving the band untold millions in studio fees, Cameron recorded, produced and mixed all of World of Science’s debut album in his bedroom.

Kelly Schmidt

Holding down the low end of the band on bass, Kelly created the visual look of World of Science. Responsible for the art direction and photography of makeout songs, Kelly found the world’s most perfect motel for the band’s album art in her hometown of Ladner, British Columbia. She had partied there as a youth.

Veronica Rossos


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  • tatere

    i likes it, but dear band, putting Flash between me and buying your music != smart

    15 Nov 2010 Reply
  • Mekino

    so real.

    15 Sep 2010 Reply
  • rickschmoo

    Ha - me too, Machiventa. Thanks Indie Pop Rocks

    11 Jan 2010 Reply
  • Machiventa

    wow just heard should I love you forever on indie pop rocks radio and bought the digital album based on that track alone.

    10 Sep 2009 Reply
  • goldmilk

    nice, nice, nice!

    18 Feb 2009 Reply
  • Bvorak

    I still prefer Children of the CPU's sound better; it makes me feel more druggy

    14 May 2008 Reply