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|Origin||Toronto, Ontario, Canada|
|Associated acts||Broken Social Scene|
|Past members||Kevin Drew
The core of the band consisted of Kevin Drew and Charles Spearin, and started out as a two person recording outfit. The "KC" in the band's name was taken from the initials of their first names. They released two albums of mostly instrumental music. The duo's debut album Captured Anthems for an Empty Bathtub was sold by Drew and Spearin exclusively through one shop in 1998 and quickly sold out.
The group released a second album in 2000 entitled Anthems for the Could've Bin Pills on Noise Factory Records, with the track listing featuring six blank tracks of 4 seconds each before the six music tracks, the blank tracks representing the six tracks on Captured Anthems. When Captured Anthems was reissued by Noise Factory in 2003, the opposite was done (i.e. six music tracks followed by six blank tracks).
Anthems for the Could've Bin Pills also included contributions from Jason Collett, Evan Cranley, Emily Haines, Jason McKenzie, Jessica Moss, James Payment, Bill Priddle, James Shaw and Justin Small. Many of these musicians went on to work with Broken Social Scene, who released their debut album, Feel Good Lost on Noise Factory in 2001.
On June 21, 2013, K.C. Accidental performed a "new 15-minute song" entitled "Summer Withdrawal" live at Jason Collett’s Courtyard Revue in Toronto, Canada. It was the first time the band had performed in 13 years.
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