|Origin||Oakland, California, United States|
|Genres||Ambient, instrumental hip hop|
|Associated acts||Subtle, 13 & God|
On February 24, 2005, Dax Pierson was seriously injured and left paralyzed from the chest down when the Subtle tour van hit a patch of black ice in Iowa during their US tour with Department of Eagles. Though still a member of the group, he can no longer play the autoharp and no longer tours with the group. On May 28, 2009, it was announced that Dax Pierson won $18.3 million in a lawsuit with Ford Motors.
- Intro To (2002)
- Pablo Feldman Sun Riley (2006) with Robert Horton
13 & God
- Anticon - "Pitty Party People" from We Ain't Fessin' (Double Quotes) (2002)
- Jel - "Dynamic Button" from 10 Seconds (2002)
- Themselves - "Good People Check" "Hat in the Wind" from The No Music (2002)
- Odd Nosdam - "Untitled Two" from Burner (2005)
- Alias & Tarsier - "Picking the Same Lock" from Brookland/Oaklyn (2006)
- Odd Nosdam - "Hollow Me" from Pretty Swell Explode (2008)
- Themselves - "You Ain't It" from CrownsDown (2009)
- Alias - "Talk in Technicolor" from Fever Dream (2011)
- "Dax Pierson of the band Subtle Awarded $18 Million Settlement against Ford". 24-7 Press Release. May 31, 2009.
- Marston, Jennifer (May 28, 2009). "Dax Pierson Awarded $18.3 Million". XLR8R.
- Breihanon, Tom (May 28, 2009). "Subtle's Dax Pierson Awarded $18.3 Million in Injury Lawsuit". Pitchfork Media.
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