Boole (band)

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Boole
OriginBaltimore, Maryland
GenresElectro-industrial, futurepop, synthpop, trance
Years active1996–present
LabelsDancing Bull, Sonic Mainline
Associated actsThe Apologizers, Pummeler, Noonerschaft
MembersBrad Barkett (songwriting, vocals, sax)
Mike Barkett (vocals, sax)
Past membersIan Andrew Hall (vocals, melodica)
J.J. Barkett (vocals, guitars)
Kevin Zygmontas (lyrics, vocals)

Boole is an electronic hybrid act formed in 1996 by Brad Barkett and Mike Barkett at Loyola College in Baltimore, Maryland. The band was formed as a foray into explorations of post-modern forms of popular dance music, in contrast to Brad Barkett's experimental music project formed in 1990, The Apologizers. The current live lineup consists of Brad Barkett and Mike Barkett on vocals and saxophones.

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In 1996, Boole was formed by Brad Barkett (br0d) and Mike Barkett (The MAB) in Baltimore, Maryland, at Loyola College. After appearing on a few compilations and playing a few shows in the local area, boole relocated to scenic Washington, DC.

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