Dave House

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Dave House
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Dave House on stage at the Kingston Peel
Background information
Origin Kingston upon Thames, UK
Genres
Years active 2003–present
Labels Banquet, Runner Up, Chunksaah

Dave House (aka Permanent Record) is a singer/songwriter from South East England. He first started performing as a solo artist in 2003 after the breakup of his old band Lucky Thirteen.[1] He was also the bassist in The Steal,[2] and currently plays guitar in Pacer.

He's released four full-length solo albums "Kingston's Current" (2004), "See That No One Else Escapes" (2007), "Intersections (2009), "Everyone Is Happy Now" (2016) - Under the name Permanent Record, two albums with The Steal "S/T" (2006) & "Bright Grey" (2008), two albums and an EP with Pacer No.1 EP (2010) on The Bouncing Souls's label Chunksaah Records, Making Plans (2012), Mechanical (2014). Split records with Get Cape Wear Cape Fly, Jenny Owen Youngs, Gavin Osborn, Set Your Goals (The Steal), Beat Express (The Steal), Iron Chic (Pacer) and a Battlestar Galactica themed hardcore album under the name The Final Five.

Played shows with Lemuria, Broadway Calls, Hundred Reasons, Get Cape Wear Cape Fly, Paint It Black, Lifetime, Set Your Goals, Against Me, The Get Up Kids, Alkaline Trio, Shook Ones, & The Great Explainer.

Discography[edit]

Solo[edit]

Year Title Label Notes
2004 Kingston's Current Gravity DIP album
You Are On My Frequency single
2005 Split with Get Cape. Wear Cape. Fly Gravity DIP/BSM EP
2007 See That No One Else Escapes Gravity DIP/Banquet album
Split with Jenny Owen Youngs Gravity DIP EP
2008 Songs From the Back of a Van self released compilation album
2009 Lungs (split with Gavin Osborn) Banquet single
Intersections album
2016 Everyone is happy now Them Indoors album

with Clingfilm[edit]

Year Title Label Notes
2000 Split with Scuttle Neveready EP
2001 Pat's the Limit self released

with Lucky Thirteen[edit]

Year Title Label Notes
2001 Stranger's Stories Gravity DIP EP
2002 Split with Twofold

with The Steal[edit]

Year Title Label Notes
2006 Split with Set Your Goals Gravity DIP EP
The Steal album
2007 Split with Beat Express self released EP
2008 Bright Grey Banquet album

with The Final Five[edit]

Year Title Label Notes
2010 Galacticore self released mini-album

with Pacer[edit]

Year Title Label Notes
2010 No. 1 Chunksaah mini-album
2011 Split with Iron Chic All In EP
2012 Making Plans self released album
2014 Mechanical Everything Sucks Album

References[edit]

  1. ^ Gourlay, Dom (2007) "Dave House See That No One Else Escapes", Drowned in Sound, 18 April 2007, retrieved 2011-07-02
  2. ^ Kellehar, Rachel (2007) "INTERVIEWS: GRAND DESIGNS: DAVE HOUSE", rocksound.tv, 4 May 2007, retrieved 2011-07-02

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