Duster (band)

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Origin San Jose, California, U.S.
Genres Space rock, dream pop, slowcore, indie rock
Years active 1996–2001, 2018–present
Labels Up, Unleaded, Astronavigation, The Static-Cult Label, Skylab Operations, The Numero Group
Associated acts Mohinder, Calm, Valium Aggelein, Helvetia, EIAFUAWN, Breasts, Canaan Amber, El Buzzard, The Parton Cooper Planetarium, Mammoth & Saber
Past members Clay Parton
Canaan Dove Amber
Jason Albertini

Duster is an American alternative rock band consisting of multi-instrumentalists Clay Parton, Canaan Dove Amber, and Jason Albertini. Albertini played drums on three tracks for 1998's Stratosphere, and with 1999's 1975, became much more involved in the group process, playing many more instruments and sharing recording/producing credits with Parton and Amber. By 2000's Contemporary Movement he was fully involved in the creative process as a permanent member of the group.

Parton also tinkers with his side project Eiafuawn and plays drums and tours with punk band El Buzzard. Albertini has his own band Helvetia that has put out multiple records on Parton's record label The Static Cult Label and plays keyboards/drums with Mike Johnson. Parton and Amber also run the Low Earth Orbit recording studio.

On April 13, 2018, Duster posted via their instagram page that they are “recording a little bit”.[1]




  • 1975 (1999)


  • Apex, Trance-Like (1998, Skylab Operations)
  • Transmission, Flux (1997, UP Records)


  • Christmas, Dust (1996)
  • On the Dodge



  1. ^ Arcand, Rob. "Duster Are Back in the Studio for the First Time in 18 Years". Spin. Retrieved 18 July 2018. 

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