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The War on Drugs is an American indie rock band from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
Band member Adam Granduciel (born Adam Granofsky in Dover, Massachusetts) moved from Oakland, California to Philadelphia in 2003, where he met Kurt Vile and began playing music with him. They began playing as The War on Drugs in 2005, and self-released a demo EP. While Vile and Granduciel formed the backbone of the band, they had a number of accompanists early in the group's career, before finally settling on a lineup that added Charlie Hall as drummer/organist, Kyle Lloyd as drummer and Dave Hartley on bass. Granduciel had previously toured and recorded with The Capitol Years, and Vile has several solo albums. The group gave away its Barrel of B...
There is more than one artist using the name Quilt:
"QUILT have forged a captivating universe of psychedelica, dream-pop, and folk-- full of warmth, sure, but also a calmness and a peacefulness that leaves us longing for New England green." - Daniel Gottlieb (Altered Zones)
"Listening to these Brooklyn-via-Boston psych-folkers is enigmatic. First, they sound as though they write and record their music on some far-out teepee commune in New Mexico in 1971 while wearing navajo print drug rugs and smudging sage around the campfire." - YVYNYL
"Bearers of God's personal shamble-pop dripped all the way from heaven..."-Bodies of Water
"Luminous, unfiltered, haunting psych-folk that ...
The Tarantula Waltz is based around the song-writing of Markus Svensson.
In September of 2007 his critically acclaimed debut album, The Tarantula Waltz was released through Swedish label National. The album was listed as the 9th best album of 2007 by Patrik Forshage at Nöjesguiden. Since, he's been touring in Sweden, Italy, England and Scotland.
His second album, Did Not Leave To Find But To Forget, To Leave Behind, was released February 17th 2010.
In October 2013 The Tarantula Waltz released a stand-alone single titled Full Moon Twenty-Four-Seven as a tribute to the late Jason Molina together with Idiot Wind. His third album, Tinder Stick Neck was released on April 23 to critical praise in Sweden.