Thursday, May 24, 2007

Found at In an effort to cut rising production costs, a prominent music magazine recently hired a team of super-scientists to accomplish one goal and one goal alone: design a tool that would replace music critics for good. For eight weeks the scientists slaved away in an underground bunker living off nothing but toaster strudels and string cheese. Finally, they had it – The Band Bio Generator

Heres what came up for me:
A history of indie rock icons: HumCity

After starting out in downtown Eureka, CA, HumCity found themselves at the top of the the indie rock scene in 2003 with their debut album, HumCity. The band's latest album, HumCity Podcast, melds Indie Grandpa's impeccable melodies with road-seasoned instrumentation to create another collection of retro-inspired crowd pleasers. With standout tracks like "keep clubing Humboldt," don't be surprised if you find HumCity at the top of the indie rock charts and beyond

*The above bio is a fictional account of a band that doesn't exist (at least not yet), and is meant solely to make you laugh and procrastinate doing any real work today. Any similarity to a real band, living or dead, is purely coincidental. And very weird.

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