Indian Summer (American band)
|Origin||Oakland, California, United States|
|Genres||Emo, post-hardcore, screamo, post-rock|
|Labels||Repercussion Records |
|Past members||Adam Nanaa|
The band released a full 7-inch on Repercussion Records, and split 7 inches with Current, Embassy and Ordination of Aaron. They also released a song on the Eucalyptus compilation (2×7″) on Tree Records, a song on the Food Not Bombs compilation LP on Inchworm Records, and a song on the Ghost Dance compilation (2×7″) on Slave Cut Records. Science 1994 was released in 2002 and Hidden Arithmetic, an entirely live album consisting of one live set and a live radio broadcast, was released in 2006, both on the Future Recordings label. AllMusic described them as "one of the more exciting and influential bands in a crop of underground acts that defined an obscure but inspired era of American emo." Science 1994 has been named as the 37th best emo album by Rolling Stone.
Most Indian Summer tracks remain commercially untitled, but fans have applied titles to them. Where multiple titles exist in common use, both are given, separated by a slash.
- Indian Summer 7-inch (1993, Repercussion Records)
- Current/Indian Summer split 7-inch with Current (1993, initial pressing on Homemade Records, reprint on Repercussion)
- Embassy/Indian Summer split 7-inch with Embassy (1994, Slave Cut Records)
- Speed Kills split 7-inch with Ordination of Aaron (1994, Inchworm Records)
- Science 1994 CD (2002, Future Recordings)
- Hidden Arithmetic CD (2006, Future Recordings)
- Hidden Arithmetic LP
- Giving Birth to Thunder LP (2019, The Numero Group)
- Eucalyptus double 7-inch (1995, Tree Records)
- Indian Summer - "Black/Touch the Wings of an Angel... Doesn't Mean You Can Fly"
- Current - "Bastille"
- Boilermaker - "Slingshot"
- Allure - "I Think I Can"
- Shroom Union - "Calm"
- Embassy - "Blackness"
- Julia - "I Will Not Be Ignored"
- A Food Not Bombs Benefit LP (1994, Inchworm)
- Ten Boy Summer - "The History of Blank Pages and the Conscious Decision To Discontinue the Tradition Our Gender Has Been Plagued With"
- Swing Kids - "Disease"
- Campaign - "Industry Slave"
- Indian Summer - "Reflections on Milkweed"
- Starkweather - "Mainline"
- Franklin - "Slow into Questionable"
- Finger Print - "Surrender"
- Braille - "Capitol"
- Half Man - "Tripped Up"
- Premonition - "Left Unsaid"
- Railhed - "End Song"
- Current - "Chairitied"
- Ghost Dance double 7-inch (1994, Slave Cut)
- Indian Summer - "Sugar Pill"
- From Ashes of - "Theme for Memory"
- Third Rail Rhyme - "Double Helix"
- Embassy - "His Years"
- Cap'n Jazz - "Blue Grass"
- Braid - "Elephant"
- Embassy - "How Can You"
- Adam Nanaa: Vocalist, Guitarist
- Dan Bradley: Drummer
- Eyad Kaileh: Drummer
- Marc Bianchi: Vocalist, Guitarist
- Seth Nanaa: Vocalist, Bassist