Brian McBride (musician)

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Brian McBride
Born Irving, Texas
Associated acts Bell Gardens, Stars of the Lid

Brian Edward McBride (born 1970, Irving, Texas) is a musician best known as one half of the duo Stars of the Lid. He has also released two solo albums, When The Detail Lost Its Freedom and The Effective Disconnect on Kranky Records using his own name. McBride moved to Austin, Texas in 1990 where he met Adam Wiltzie, forming Stars of the Lid in the early 1990s. He also worked with the now defunct Pilot Ships.

He currently lives in Los Angeles with his cats ("Ed" and "Nadine", presumably named after the characters in Twin Peaks, of which he is a fan). He is an active member of the policy debate community.[1] In 2009 Brian teamed up with musician Kenneth James Gibson to form the band Bell Gardens. Their first EP Hangups Need Company was released on their own imprint Failed Better in 2010. Southern Records released their first LP Full Sundown Assembly in late 2012. [2] [3]

Life and work[edit]

Brian worked with Bill Shanahan. Brian is an artist/sign maker. Brian is currently completing his doctoral dissertation from Northwestern University. During the summer he directs the University of Texas National Institute of Forensics (UTNIF) high school debate camp.

Discography[edit]

Main article: Stars of the Lid

Brian McBride

  • When the Detail Lost Its Freedom (Kranky, 2005)
  • The Effective Disconnect (Kranky, 2010)

Bell Gardens

  • Hangups Need Company (Failed Better, 2010)
  • Full Sundown Assembly (Southern Records, 2012)

External links[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ http://www.maelstrom.nu/ezine/interview_iss11_129.php?issue=11
  2. ^ Bell Gardens, Discogs.com, Retrieved 30 April, 2014.
  3. ^ Rees, Thomas Stars of the Lid And Apendics.shuffle Are Bell Gardens, Release EP, XLR8R.com, 21 may 2010. Retrieved 30 April, 2014.