C-Clamp (band)

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C-Clamp
Origin Chicago, Illinois, United States
Genres Indie rock, Math Rock, Emo
Years active 1994–1999
Labels Ohio Gold
Mud Records
Divot Records
Actionboy
Associated acts Bobby Conn
Cub Country
Euphone
Heroic Doses
Jeremy Enigk
Lanterna
National Skyline
Steakdaddy Six
Sunny Day Real Estate
The Analog Reception
The Lonesome Organist
Weekend
The Zincs
Website Official website
Members Tom Fitzgerald
Nick Macri
Frantz Etienne

C-Clamp was an indie rock band from Chicago, by way of Urbana-Champaign, Illinois.

Band history[edit]

Sometimes referred to as slowcore, C-Clamp placed emphasis on mood, texture and rhythm. Known for their dense layering and simple, yet beautiful vocal harmonies, C-Clamp released only two full-length albums in their career. Although they performed live infrequently, they managed to share the stage with many noteworthy bands of that era, including Braid, Castor, Dianogah, Karate and Hum.[1]

Nick Macri went on to perform in the bands Heroic Doses, Euphone, Sunny Day Real Estate, The Lonesome Organist, and The Zincs, as well as with the artists Bobby Conn and Jeremy Enigk.[2]

Discography[edit]

C-Clamp Releases[edit]

Title Year Label
Meander + Return 1996 CD on Ohio Gold, LP on Actionboy Records
The Saving Daylight EP 1996 Ohio Gold
Longer Waves 1999 Ohio Gold

Compilations[edit]

  • Cover The Earth (Mud Records, 1996)
  • Ground Rule Double (Divot/Actionboy Records, 1996)

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Interview w/ Tom and Nick for LAS Mag". lostatsea.net. Retrieved 2008-08-19. 
  2. ^ "Review of World Waits by Jeremy Enigk". jivemagazine.com. Retrieved 2008-08-19. 

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