Lomax (band)

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Lomax
Origin London, England
Genres Alternative rock
Years active 2002–2004
Labels 93 Records
Members Paul Epworth
Jon Meade
Rob Schultzberg

Lomax was a rock band from London, England.

The band released three singles and an album on the London based independent record label, 93 Records.

Nowadays, Epworth works predominantly as a record producer, though enjoys working as a DJ. Meade is working on a solo entity, entitled The Sex Act, with a single "Builders of Men/Modern Dance" released on Destructible Records. Schultzberg is also working on solo material.

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Albums[edit]

  • A Symbol Of Modern Living
    • Release date: 10 Nov. 2003
    • Produced by Lomax
    • CD (93CD02), LP (93LP02):
      1. ”The Bodies Of Journalists”
      2. ”Brought To Rights”
      3. ”Arnstein’s Ladder”
      4. ”When The Pressure’s On”
      5. ”Anglicized”
      6. ”Modern Life”
      7. ”Knuckleheads”
      8. ”Principles”
      9. ”An End”
      10. ”Reiterator”

Singles[edit]

  • "Anglicized" / "Last Meal For Jeff" (December 2002)
  • "An End" / "Brought To Rights"
  • "Modern Life" (October 2003)
  • "Reiterator" (Phones Mix)" - promo only

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