Mohinder (band)
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Mohinder Band
Mohinder
Origin Cupertino, California, United States
Genres Post-hardcore
1993 – 1994
Labels Gravity Records, Unleaded Records, Gold Standard Laboratories
Jenny Piccolo, Indian Summer, The Anasazi, Calm, Duster, A-Set, Makara, Her Space Holiday
Marc Bianchi
Albert Menduno
Clay Parton
James Fuhring
Canaan Dove Amber

Mohinder was a four-piece post-hardcore[1] band from Cupertino, California. Despite their brief existence, they were considered an important feature of the California hardcore punk scene, and helped to define the musical genre now known as screamo.[2][3] Mohinder songs tended to be short in duration, and are often characterized as being extremely intense and chaotic.[2] Formed in 1993, they released only three 7 inch EPs before breaking up in 1994,[4][5] all of which have posthumously been compiled onto a single compact disc discography compilation titled Everything by Gold Standard Laboratories in 2001. Members went on to such bands as Jenny Piccolo, Indian Summer, The Anasazi, Calm, Duster, A-Set, and Makara.[4][6][3] Marc Bianchi would also later release indietronic music under the name Her Space Holiday.[7]

Discography

Extended plays
  • O Nation, You Bleed From Many Wounds, 1896 7" (1993, Unleaded)
  • Mohinder/Nitwits split 7" (1994, Unleaded)
  • Mohinder 7" (1994, Gravity)
  • Transient Sequences 7" (1999, Unleaded)
Compilation albums
Compilation appearances
  • We've Lost A Beauty: A Compilation For Christopher - "In Memory Of A Stranger" (1995, File 13)
  • Farmhouse Compilation '94 - "101" (1995, Farmhouse)

References

  1. ^ Farrar, Justin (April 3, 2009). "Back to the '90s - Experiments in Post-Hardcore". Rhapsody Music. Retrieved 2011.
  2. ^ a b Marsh, Jeff. "Mohinder - Everything review". adequacy.net. Adequacy. Retrieved . Check date values in: |accessdate= (help)
  3. ^ a b Ashlock, Jesse. "Mohinder." Archived 2007-09-30 at the Wayback Machine. KZSU Stanford Radio. July 31, 2002.
  4. ^ a b n/a. "Mohinder Biography". epitonic.com. Epitonic.com. Retrieved .
  5. ^ Zookeeper Online KZSU Stanford Radio
  6. ^ Dark, John. "Anasazi: Calculating Components and Compound Formulas for Mass Population Reconstruction". pitchfork.com. Pitchfork. Retrieved .
  7. ^ n/a. "Spin Magazine, Jan 2002 Issue". books.google.com. SPIN. Retrieved .

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