Sound Tribe Sector 9

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Sound Tribe Sector 9 (STS9)
STS9 2015.jpg
Sound Tribe Sector 9 at Fillmore Auditorium Denver 2015.
Background information
Origin Santa Cruz, California
Atlanta, Georgia
Genres Livetronica[1][2]
Years active 1998–present
Labels 1320 Records
Website www.sts9.com
Members Hunter Brown (guitar/midi keyboard)
Alana Rocklin (bass guitar)
Jeffree Lerner (percussion/handsonic)
David Phipps (keyboards)
Zach Velmer (drums)
Past members David Murphy (bass guitar/midi controller)

Sound Tribe Sector 9 (abbreviated as STS9) is an instrumental band whose sound is based heavily on instrumental rock and electronic music, funk, jazz, drum and bass, psychedelia, and hip hop, originating in Georgia, USA. Self-described as "post-rock dance music,"[3] the band mixes standard live rock instrumentation with electronics, favoring group rhythm over individual solos.[4]

STS9 has released 11 albums, two remixed albums (Artifact: Perspectives & the Peaceblaster: Make it Right Remixes), and multiple live DVDs (Live as Time Changes, Axe The Cables, and various live performances) on their own label 1320 Records.[5] STS9 has toured the US nationally and internationally, ranking among Pollstar Magazine’s list of top-grossing touring acts, with a heavy presence in the music festival circuit.

History[edit]

Since forming in Atlanta, GA over fifteen years ago, instrumental electronic rock band STS9 has experienced an unceasing meteoric rise to the forefront of the international music scene.

The band consistently lands themselves on Pollstar Magazines top touring charts in the country, with recent average attendance of over 5,000 fans per city. STS9 boasts a list of opening acts such as Snoop Dogg, NAS, Bassnectar, Ghostland Observatory, The Glitch Mob, Thievery Corporation, Pretty Lights, Big Boi of Outkast and countless others.

STS9 has headlined stages at festivals such as Wakarusa, Moogfest, Bonnaroo, Outside Lands, Regeneration, Lollapalooza, and Electric Forest Festival. STS9 runs its own record label, 1320 Records. The group has raised significant amounts of money towards activism efforts (including $150,000 recently to The Make it Right Foundation, paving the way to rebuild a house in the Lower 9th Ward of New Orleans).

The band’s last studio EP, When The Dust Settles (the eleventh album in their full discography), keeps with XLR8R Magazine’s exclamation that STS9 is "one of the country's most intriguing, innovative outfits around.” It debuted at #1 on the iTunes Electronic Charts and in Billboard’s Top 25, while the first single “Scheme” was downloaded over 100,000 times in its first week alone.

STS9’s self-owned record label, 1320 Records was founded on the principles of collaboration, cooperation, and community. 1320 Records currently boasts over 300,000 unique downloads and over 1,000 releases by over 100 artists including Bassnectar, Pretty Lights, Big Gigantic, ESKMO, The Glitch Mob plus dozens more.

On January 14, 2014, it was announced that founding member and bassist David Murphy was leaving the band. Alana Rocklin was recruited as his replacement.[6] Rocklin performed with the band for the first time March 28, 2014 at McDowell Mountain Music Festival in Phoenix, AZ.

Since January of 2005 STS9 has been managed by Eric Pirritt and his team at ENDIT! Management based in both Colorado and Los Angeles.

Social Work[edit]

STS9 has partnered with a variety of non-profit organizations throughout their career. Over the last decade, they have partnered with Conscious Alliance to bring food drives to various concerts and festivals on their tour. In exchange for fan participation in these events, STS9 and Conscious Alliance thank patrons with limited edition art work posters, often created by the same artists who accompany the band on stage. In 2005, STS9 put on a benefit concert where they raised over $20,000 for Hurricane Katrina victims.[7]

Beginning in Fall 2006, as part of their Live as Time Changes tour, STS9 traveled across the country in a carbon neutral tour bus and powered their live concerts using renewable energy. The band hoped to offset 100%, or about 138,000 pounds, of their carbon dioxide emissions from their tour by donations of Renewable Energy Credits from their partnership with environment-friendly companies.[8]

STS9's remix album “Peaceblaster : The New Orleans Make It Right Remixes”, features 30 remixes of material from STS9’s 2008 album, "Peaceblaster". All proceeds from this album went to the Make It Right Foundation in an effort to build a home in New Orleans, which has since been completed and taken up by a family displaced by Hurricane Katrina . The home is endowed with many eco-friendly features, including solar panels, high efficiency HVAC system, wire-free lighting panels, tankless water heater, dual flush toilets, low e windows & doors, a rainwater collection system and water absorbing native landscaping. And, for future storms, the home comes equipped with walls that can withstand 130 mph winds, kevlar hurricane shields for the windows and a roof hatch in case an escape is necessary.

Notable Concert Performances[edit]

STS9 has gained acclaim, as well as a distinctly loyal fan base over the past decade. Their 2005 album Artifact reached #12 on Billboard's Top Electronic Albums.[9] They have moved from playing and opening in small clubs and bars to headlining major music venues and festivals. In 2003, the band reached new heights by opening for The String Cheese Incident in their first amphitheater performance at majestic Red Rocks Amphitheater in Morrison, Colorado Template:Http://soundtribe.org/2003.html. A concert scheduled for the night before at the Fox Theater in Boulder, Colorado sold out in less than fifteen minutes [10][citation needed]. The band has now sold out numerous headlining Red Rocks shows, along with many other venues across the country.

In the San Francisco Bay Area, the band has built a following with frequent performances at The Fillmore, Warfield Theatre, and the historic Regency Center. They have performed at The Fillmore on 10 occasions including three 2-night stands, a 3-night stand for Halloween in 2004, and a 4-night stand in early 2009. They have performed at the Warfield Theatre on 5 occasions including a 2-night stand. STS9 performed at the Regency Center on 5 occasions including two consecutive New Year's Eve shows in 2002 and 2003. The band has also put on performances at the Independent, Great American Music Hall, Golden Gate Park, and the Stern Grove Festival. STS9 also performed at the Boulder Theater in Boulder, CO for a 5-night stand in March 2007.

Santa Cruz, California has been home to various members of the band since moving to California. 'STS9' has performed at the Catalyst on 9 occasions since 2002, including two 2-night stands. Previously, the band had been frequently playing Palookaville until it closed in 2002. In 2003, the band headlined the Santa Cruz Civic Center.

In their home state of Georgia, the band continues to ride their popularity. On October 3, 2006, the band marked the 9th Anniversary of their first ever show with a celebration at the historic Georgia Theatre in Athens, Georgia. The band has performed many multiple-night stands at the Georgia Theatre since 2002. For many years they have performed at the Tabernacle in Atlanta on New Year's Eve as part of multiple-night stands.

STS9 has built a fan base in Chicago, IL after performing multiple times at North Coast Festival and Lollapalooza with late night performances at the House of Blues Chicago. Also making frequent trips to the Aragon Ballroom and the Congress, STS9 has made Chicago a go-to city for performances.

STS9 chose Denver, CO as the host for their three 2009 New Year's Eve concerts. The December 29 was the band's first acoustic show ever, called 'Axe the Cables.' The band performed two sets at University of Denver's Gates Hall. The remaining two nights were standard 'electric' shows played at the Wells Fargo Theater. STS9 returned to Denver for NYE 2010, playing three shows at the Fillmore Auditorium. The December 29, 2010 show opened and closed with a cover of the Grateful Dead's "Shakedown Street".

For New Year's 2011, STS9 returned to The Tabernacle in Atlanta, GA. They performed a 5-night run from December 27 through New Year's Eve. STS9 has continued to perform in Atlanta and Denver for New Year's since 2011.

In the Summer of 2013, the band co-headlined a 14 city tour with Umphrey's McGee, alternating the closing slot each night.[11]

On March 28, 2014 the band returned for their first concert following their split with David Murphy. This show was held in Phoenix, Arizona during the McDowell Mountain Music Festival and it was the first time the band played with new bassist Alana Rocklin.

In September 2014, STS9 returned to Red Rocks Amphitheater in Colorado to play 2 nights to a sold out crowd. This run included two Axe The Cables sets with new bassist Alana Rocklin.

STS9 ended 2014 with a 4 night stand at the Fillmore Auditorium in Denver. The band turned New Year's Day into a benefit for Conscious Alliance inviting 600 fans to a sit down dinner and a full improv set.[12] This performance was later released through Bit Torrent with the full 2014 catalog.[13]

Festival appearances[edit]

STS9 has a steady presence in the music festival circuit, headlining several festivals across the country each season.

In 2007, STS9 announced they would return to Deerfields for a new festival titled Re:Generation. The two-day festival included additional performances from The Join and Telefon Tel Aviv. According to the band's website, this event promised to be "a unique celebration of music, nature, family, mind, body, and spirit." In 2011, STS9 re-created Re:Generation festival in its second incarnation held at Horning's Hideout in North Plains, Oregon with a lineup that included Bassnectar, Glitch Mob, Beats Antique, Tycho and many more artists.[14]

In May 2008 STS9 performed at the Summer Camp Music Festival in Chillicothe, IL.

On Saturday June 7, 2008, STS9 headlined the Sun Down Stage at the Wakarusa Music Festival at Clinton State Park, Lawrence, Kansas.

At Rothbury 2008, STS9 performed a three and half hour show, which packed a capacity crowd.

In June 2011, STS9 performed at Bonnaroo in Manchester, Tennessee. The set began at 2:30 A.M. and was played until the sun rose.

STS9 has performed live at the following events:

  • 10,000 Lakes Festival (Detroit Lakes, MN) – 2005
  • Adirondak Mountain Music Fest. (Moose River Campground, Lyonsdale, NY) - 2003
  • All Good Music Festival (Masontown, WV / Legend Valley, OH) - 2007, 2009, 2011, 2013
  • Anon Salon’s Sea of Dreams (San Francisco, CA) - 2002, 2003
  • Area 51 Soundtest (Indian Springs, NV) - 2004
  • Austin City Limits (Austin, TX) - 2002, 2007, 2009
  • Berkfest (Great Barrington, MA) – 2001-2003
  • Big Wu Family Reunion (Black River Falls, WI) – 2001
  • Bonnaroo Music Festival Late Nite Show (Manchester, TN) – 2003, 2005, 2007, 2011
  • Buku Music Festival (New Orleans, LA) - 2013, 2015
  • Camp Bisco (Various Locations) - 1999, 2007, 2009, 2013
  • Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival (Indio, CA) - 2002
  • CounterPoint Music Festival (Kingston Downs, Georgia) - 2014
  • Creekside Jamboree (Almost Heaven Campground, Forksville, PA) – 2003
  • Dancin' in the District (Riverfront Park, Nashville, TN) – 2005
  • Earthdance Festival (Ya-Ka-Ama Native American Reservation, Santa Rosa, California) – 2001
  • Earthdance Festival (Golden Gate Park, SF, CA) – 2002
  • Earthdance Festival (Black Oak Ranch, Laytonville, CA) – 2003, 2005, 2009
  • Electric Forest Festival (Double JJ Ranch, Rothbury, MI) - 2012, 2014
  • Fairfax World Music Festival (Fairfax, CA) - 2002
  • Family Affair Festival (Port Orford, OR) - 2001
  • Fourth of July Festival (Nelsons Ledges, Garrettsville, OH) - 2005
  • Fuji Rock Festival (Japan)
  • Gathering of the Vibes (Seaside Park, Bridgeport, CT) - 2000, 2012
  • Harmonic Convergence Fest - STS9 Presents (Deerfields Amphitheater, Horse Shoe, NC) – 2002, 2003
  • Harmony Fest (Sonoma County Fairgrounds, Santa Rosa, CA) - 2006, 2007
  • High Sierra Music Festival (Plumas County Fairgrounds, Quincy, CA) – 1999-2004
  • Horning’s Hideout SCI Festival (North Plains, OR) – 2004
  • Hangout Music Festival (Gulf Shores, AL) - 2011, 2012, 2014
  • The Husdon Music Project (Saugerties, NY) - 2014
  • Jam In The Dam (Melkweg, Amsterdam, NL) - 2006
  • Jam On The River (Philadelphia, PA) - 2007
  • Jamcruise - 2005, 2010
  • Kanrocksas - 2011
  • Langerado (Sunrise, Florida) - 2004, 2007, 2008
  • Live OFF The Levee (Soldier Memorial Plaza, St. Louis, MO) - 2008
  • Lollapalooza (Grant Park, Chicago, IL) – 2005, 2007, 2009
  • Lunatic Picnic Outdoor Festival (Hakonomori Play Park, Shiobara Onsen, Tochigi Pref., Japan) – 2002
  • Memphis in May Festival/Beale Street Music Festival (Memphis, TN) - 2004, 2014
  • Music Midtown Festival (Atlanta, GA) - 2003
  • Moonrise Festival (Baltimore, MD) - 2014
  • Mountain Music Festival (Willow Creek, CA) - 2003
  • Musicians For Medical Marijuana (Oakland, CA) - 2001
  • Nateva Music & Camping Festival (Oxford, ME) - 2010
  • New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival Late Nite Show (New Orleans, LA) – 2001, 2004, 2007
  • Nocturnal Music Festival Texas (Apache Pass, TX) -2012
  • North Coast Music Festival (Chicago, IL) - 2011, 2012, 2014
  • Oulipo Ballroom (Lexington, KY) - 2009
  • Outside Lands Music and Arts Festival (San Francisco, CA) - 2011
  • PhilFest (Patten Gymnasium, Northwestern University, Evanston, IL) - 2002
  • Red Rocks the Vote (Red Rocks Amphitheatre, Morrison, CO) - 2004
  • Re:Generation - STS9 Presents (Deerfields Amphitheater, Horse Shoe, NC) – 2007
  • Re:Generation - STS9 (hornings hideout, North Plains, OR)- 2011
  • Rothbury Music Festival (Rothbury, Michigan)- 2008, 2009
  • Snowball Music Festival (Winter Park, CO) - 2013
  • Sonic Bloom (Beaver Meadows Resort) - 2007
  • Sno-Core Icicle Ball – 2002
  • Stern Grove Festival (SG Park, San Francisco, CA) - 2003
  • Street Scene (San Diego, CA) - 2008
  • Summercamp Festival (Chillicothe, IL) - 2008, 2010, 2011, 2013
  • SummerFest (Milwaukee, WI) - 2009, 2010
  • Summer Set Music Festival (Somerset, WI) - 2013
  • Suwannee Hulaween (Live Oak, FL) - 2013
  • Tamarak Music Festival (Bear Valley, CA) – 2001
  • Van Hoy Farms Family Campground (Union Grove, NC) – 2001
  • Vegoose Music Festival (Las Vegas, NV) - 2007
  • Vegoose Late Night Show (Las Vegas, NV) - 2005, 2006,2007
  • Wakarusa Music and Camping Festival (Clinton State Park - Lawrence, KS) – 2004, 2006, 2008 (Mulberry Mountain - Ozark, AR) - 2009, 2010, 2011, 2013, 2014

Discography[edit]

  1. Moon Socket (10:05)
  2. Hubble (7:10)
  3. Wika Chikana (12:56)
  4. H. B. Walks to School (6:00)
  5. Four Year Puma (6:39)
  6. Tap-In (2:45)
  7. Quests (5:36)
  8. Evasive Maneuvers (5:50)
  1. Tap-In
  2. T. W. E. L. V. E.
  3. Kamuy
  4. Frequencies Peace 1
  5. Frequencies Peace 2
  6. Frequencies Peace 3
  7. Surreality
  8. Lub Duh Earf
  1. Forword (0:22)
  2. Squares and Cubes (6:10)
  3. Otherwise Formless (6:13)
  4. Kamuy (5:34)
  5. Water Song (3:40)
  6. Common Objects Strangely Placed (2:19)
  7. ...And Some Are Angels (6:16)
  8. Turtle (3:16)
  9. Mischief of a Sleepwalker (5:37)
  10. Inspire Strikes Back (8:05)
  11. EB (10:33)
  1. A Gift for Gaia (12:13)
  2. Jebez (15:28)
  3. Ramone & Emiglio (19:18)
  4. Satori (10:51)
  5. Good for Everyday (8:34)
  6. Equinox (8:41)
  7. Kaya (12:17)
  8. Eclipse (5:13)
  9. Thread (15:40)
  10. Breach (2:57)
  1. Intro (0:48)
  2. Kotamo (2:47)
  3. Manatee (5:33)
  4. L1nQs (2:02)
  5. Since 7th (1:48)
  6. Luma Sunrise (5:30)
  7. Believe (2:07)
  8. Haiku (2:14)
  9. Oceans Ride (3:40)
  10. N'terlude (0:23)
  11. Havona Ascent (2:09)
  12. Midwest (6:11)
  13. Midwest Sky (1:31)
  14. Egil (5:57)
  15. Like That ? (1:14)
  16. Purity Too (3:50)
  17. Linguistics (4:41)
  18. Care Too (2:44)
  19. Power Is The People (2:29)
  20. Tact (4:00)
  21. Summit (7:08)
  22. Drone Slowly (a Walk Through Philly) (3:35)
  23. Slight Shift (Firetrucks Outro) (1:19)
  1. musical story, yes (0:28)
  2. Better Day (4:49)
  3. By the Morning Sun (3:35)
  4. Tokyo (7:03)
  5. ARTiFACT (2:12)
  6. Native End (4:31)
  7. ReEmergence (5:01)
  8. Peoples (4:19)
  9. GLOgli (5:20)
  10. Today (4:21)
  11. Tonight the Ocean Swallowed the Moon (2:51)
  12. Forest Hu (0:50)
  13. Somesing (6:49)
  14. Trinocular (4:44)
  15. Vibyl (3:00)
  16. 8 & a extra (1:28)
  17. Possibilities (3:45)
  18. Peoples part II (4:02)
  19. first mist over Clear Lake (0:56)
  20. Music, Us (3:11)
  21. Bonus track: Tokyo (radio edit) (4:04)
  • 2005: Artifact: Remixes Vol.1 (iTunes exclusive, 4-tracks) - 1320 Records
  • 2005: Artifact: Perspectives (Remix album) - 1320 Records
  1. Better Day Remix (Sub-id) (4:05)
  2. Tokyo Remix (Machinedrum) (5:01)
  3. Possibilities Remix (Collective Efforts) (3:47)
  4. Tokyo/Better Day Remix (Ming+FS) (5:07)
  5. By the Morning Sun Remix (Slicker) (5:31)
  6. Somesing (Eustachian 24hr. White Knuckle Mix) (3:45)
  7. Possibilities Remix (Eliot Lipp & Leo 123) (4:17)
  8. Better Day/Trinocular STSDevine Remix (Richard Devine) (6:03)
  9. By the Morning Sun Remix (Metrognome) (5:04)
  10. Possibilities Remix (Mr. Lif) (3:38)
  11. Tokyo Shinjuku Flashback Mix (Bill Laswell) (9:12)
  12. Somesing Remix (Bassnectar) (2:38)
  13. ReEmergence, Beat the Science Remix (Karsh Kale) (6:43)
  14. Peoples, Cause & FX Remix (Lowpro Lounge: Audio Angel & ill45) (5:49)
  15. Better Day Remix (Genetic) (4:19)
  • 2007: Here...Catch Essential Live Recordings (Live Compilation, distributed only in Japan)
  • 2008: Peaceblaster - 1320 Records
  • 2009: Peaceblaster: The New Orleans Make it Right Remixes - 1320 Records
  • 2009: Ad Explorata - 1320 Records Fall '09 Rohto V Exclusive
  • 2010: Axe The Cables - 1320 Records Live Acoustic Set
  • 2011: When The Dust Settles 1320 Records

Video[edit]

  • 2003: STS9 Live in Santa Cruz - GrooveTV #201 (VideoCD, MPEG Download) - GrooveTV.net
  • 2006: Live As Time Changes (DVD) - 1320 Records - Recorded Live December 29–31, 2005
  • 2009: Axe the Cables (On Demand Streaming) - iclips.net
  • 2007-2010: STS9 Live (Free Streaming, On Demand Streaming) iclips.net

STS9 Side Projects[edit]

Tzolkin (The Acid Experimental Alter-ego)[edit]

On several occasions, STS9 has billed themselves under the name Tzolkin. A promotional flyer put out by the band advertising the 2001 performance reads: “A New Sound Expression” from Tzolkin. Tzolkin is all 5 members of STS9. These very experimental concerts have been used to debut brand new material in a live setting without having the audience expectation of hearing existing STS9 material. The term Tzolkin means sequence of days and refers to a 260-day harmonic module calendar cycle.

Tzolkin performed live on:

  • July 3, 2001 – The Justice League, San Francisco, CA
  • October 12, 2002 – Speedway Meadows, Golden Gate Park, San Francisco, CA (Earthdance Festival)
  • June 10, 2004 – Tasty World, Athens, GA

Landscape and Breath[edit]

Landscape and Breath is STS9 members David Phipps (keyboards/laptop) and Hunter Brown (guitar/laptop/midi keyboard). Landscape and Breath is very similar to the sound of STS9. Steeped in ambience and without drums and bass, the sound is softer and lighter. This side project has been known to work through raw material and ideas that eventually become real STS9 compositions.

Landscape and Breath is credited with producing 4 songs on the STS9 2005 release Artifact. The duo also contributed 4 different songs to the Low Pro Lounge 2004 release, The Most Hi-Fi. Other Landscape and Breath compositions can be found on the STS9 2004 release Live At Home, although the songs are credited individually to Phipps and Hunter.

Landscape and Breath performed live on:

  • July 15, 2001 – Club Sugar, Santa Monica, CA
  • March 19, 2003 – Olive, San Francisco, CA (J. Garcia art opening)
  • April 20, 2003 – Rawhide, San Francisco, CA (Low Pro Lounge event)
  • July 31, 2004 – Brookdale Lodge, Brookdale, CA (Blue Moon Benefit)

Santa Cruz Hemp All-Stars[edit]

Santa Cruz Hemp All-Stars (S.C.H.A.S.) is a side project that includes the STS9 rhythm section of Jeffree Lerner (percussion & effects) and Zach Velmer (drums). STS9 member David Murphy (bass) has also appeared with the band on 4 occasions.

S.C.H.A.S. performed live on:

  • May 13, 2001 – Palookaville, Santa Cruz, CA
  • August 19, 2001 – Palookaville, Santa Cruz, CA
  • December 16, 2001 – The Justice League, San Francisco, CA
  • January 25, 2002 – Civic Auditorium, Santa Cruz, CA (opening for Maceo Parker)
  • June 14. 2002 – Great American Music Hall, San Francisco, CA
  • November 16, 2002 – Studio Z, San Francisco, CA

L.I.F.E.[edit]

L.I.F.E. (Love In Full Effect) was a short-lived side project that included STS9 member Zach Velmer (drums) plus Max Malone (drums, bass) from The Free Energy Project. According to the band: The intention of L.I.F.E. is to perform music as an uplifting experience of transformation to a higher vibration of love. Through selected tones and rhythms, the music is performed as a cycle of life recognizing our journey from birth to death, spring to winter, as circle, vibrating higher after each revolution to experience Love In its Fullest Effect.[15]

L.I.F.E. performed live on:

  • January 12, 2002 - Studio Z, San Francisco, CA (Digital-Be-In Media Festival)
  • February 1, 2002 - Vet’s Hall, Santa Cruz, CA

Root Science[edit]

Root Science was a short-lived side project that included STS9 members Zach Velmer (drums) and David Murphy (bass). The band also included DJ James Christopher, lyricists Lost and XQR, and female vocalist Syrene. A promotional flyer put out by the band advertising the event reads: “Root Science is a classic drum and bass tracks interpreted live in an improvisational atmosphere. As a group, the performers will recreate and simultaneously reinvent the sounds at the roots of the modern jungle.”

Root Science performed live on:

  • February 2, 2002 – The Justice League, San Francisco, CA

References[edit]

http://www.terminalwestatl.com/event/154667-pigs-on-wing-tribute-atlanta/

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  2. ^ Drumming, Neil (February 21, 2005). "Pushing Your Buttons". Entertainment Weekly. Retrieved November 19, 2012. 
  3. ^ "STS9: Coming Full Circle by Aaron Kayce, December, 2009". 
  4. ^ "STS9 Talks As Time Changes by Dave Terpeny, October 9, 2006". 
  5. ^ http://digital.1320records.com/search/?artist=STS9
  6. ^ http://www.jambase.com/Articles/121201/STS9-Returns-With-Alana-Rocklin-On-Bass-and-New-Material
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  8. ^ "STS9 OFF-SET EMISSIONS, September 26, 2006". 
  9. ^ a b AllMusic Guide chart information
  10. ^ http://livemusicblog.com/2012/06/20/photos-sts9-axe-the-cables-boulder-theater-co-61712/.  Missing or empty |title= (help)
  11. ^ http://www.pollstar.com/news_article.aspx?ID=805015
  12. ^ http://www.jambands.com/news/2015/01/02/sts9-deliver-all-improv-set-on-new-year-s-day.  Missing or empty |title= (help)
  13. ^ http://blog.bittorrent.com/2015/03/02/sts9-to-bring-one-one-live-from-the-fillmore-auditorium-denver-co-live-album-to-bittorrent-bundle-march-9th/.  Missing or empty |title= (help)
  14. ^ http://www.musicfestivaljunkies.com/festivals/regeneration-festival-2011/.  Missing or empty |title= (help)
  15. ^ Love In Full Effect, Jambase.com, January 4, 2002

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