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Chris Parfitt is an American guitarist who was one of the founding members of the Elephant 6 indie pop band The Apples in Stereo. Before his 1993 departure, he co-wrote the songs "Tidal Wave" and "Not the Same" with Robert Schneider and his performances appear on the band's original self-titled EP Apples.
Parfitt met Robert Schneider in 1992 through a classified ad looking for a bass player. They hit it off over a mutual love of Pavement and The Beach Boys. Before long he was introduced to Jim McIntyre and Hilarie Sidney, and the four started the Apples.
- California Dreamin', Houston Press September 26, 2002
- Stephens, Randall, Trans-Global Indie Pop: Paul Vittum's Red Carpet Ring, Ink 19 Magazine
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- Apples In Stereo/Aqueduct @ Maxwell's, Music Snobbery September 21, 2007 Archived October 11, 2007, at the Wayback Machine.
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