On!Air!Library!

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On!Air!Library!
Origin New York, New York, USA
Genres Post-rock, ambient music, experimental music
Years active 1998-2005
Labels Arena Rock Recording Co.
Associated acts School of Seven Bells, Daylight's for the Birds
Past members Claudia Deheza
Alejandra Deheza
Phillip Wann

On!Air!Library! was a post-rock/ambient/experimental rock band from New York City. Twin sisters Claudia Deheza and Alejandra Deheza formed the group with Phillip Wann in 1998. Through playing at local venues and parties, the trio eventually landed a deal with Arena Rock Recording Co. in 2002, and in 2003, a split record with The Album Leaf exposed the band to a wider audience, paving the way for their full-length, self-titled, debut album in 2004. That same year, they embarked on a nationwide tour with Interpol and The Secret Machines. In 2005, On! Air! Library! disbanded. The Deheza sisters both became involved in a new project, School of Seven Bells, with former Secret Machines guitarist Benjamin Curtis. Wann also started a new band, Daylight's for the Birds, which released its first album in 2006.

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  • "Bambalance" on The Manchurian Candidate film soundtrack (2004)
  • "Snow Miser" on The Night Before: A New York Christmas

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