Rian Murphy

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Rian Murphy is a drummer and producer for the Chicago record label Drag City, and also acts as the company's sales director.[1]

He has worked with Appendix Out, Palace Music, Smog,[1] Royal Trux, the Silver Jews and Edith Frost.[2] In 2000, Murphy released the EP All Most Heaven with Will Oldham.[3]

Murphy was also involved in the comedy series People Under the Stares.[4]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b Wappler, Margaret (2011) "Nothing dims Bill Callahan's red-white-and-blue view", Los Angeles Times, June 16, 2011, retrieved 2011-07-12
  2. ^ Slankard, Noah (1999) "COOL COUNTRY AIR CHICAGO INVIGORATES EDITH FROST'S SPARE, MOODY MUSIC", Arizona Republic, January 28, 1999, p. 28
  3. ^ Roberts, Randall (2000) "By the Book", Riverfront Times, November 29, 2000, retrieved 2011-07-12
  4. ^ Byrne, Matt (2011) "INTERVIEW: Rian Murphy of Drag City and People Under The Stares", The A.V. Club, April 7, 2007, retrieved 2011-07-12