Pete International Airport

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Pete International Airport
Pete International Airport.jpg
From left to right: Jsun Adams, Jason "Plucky" Anchondo, Peter Holmström, Collin Hegna and Paulie Pulvirenti
Background information
OriginPortland, Oregon, United States
GenresNeo-psychedelia
Years active1997–present
LabelsA Recordings
MembersPeter Holmström
Daniel Sparks
Tara Autovino
Jason Sebastian Russo
Past membersJsun Adams
Collin Hegna
Jason "Plucky" Anchondo
Paulie Pulvirenti

Pete International Airport is an American neo-psychedelia band from Portland, Oregon, formed in 1997 by Peter Holmström of The Dandy Warhols.[1] Original line-up includes Jsun Adams (The Upsidedown) on vocals, Collin Hegna (The Brian Jonestown Massacre) on bass guitar, Jason "El Firme Plucky" Anchondo (The Warlocks, Spindrift) on drums and Paulie Pulvirenti, also on drums.[1]

In 2010 they released their debut self-titled album. Music videos were produced for three of the album's tracks,[2] including "21 Days", which premiered on Spinner.com on 7 September 2010.[3]

Pete International Airport’s second album, Safer With The Wolves…, is a "meticulously crafted psyche rock journey into the dark heart of electronica"[4]. The album’s 11 tracks feature guest singers from The Black Angels, Daydream Machine, Black Rebel Motorcycle Club, Dark Horses, Hopewell, and more. It was released by Anton Newcombe's (The Brian Jonestown Massacre) A Recordings in October 2017[5].

Current live band consists of long-time collaborator Daniel Sparks, plus Tara Autovino and Jason Sebastian Russo of Guiding Light/Hopewell. Produced and Engineered by Peter G. Holmström. Mixed by Jeremy Sherrer at Spooky Electric Co. Mastered by Dave Cooley at Elysian Masters[4].

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References[edit]

  1. ^ a b Mauck, Chrissy (24 November 2010). "Fender® News". fender.com. Retrieved 29 July 2012.
  2. ^ "Media | Pete International Airport". peteinternationalairport.com. Retrieved 29 July 2012.
  3. ^ Eisen, Benjy (7 September 2010). "Pete International Airport, '21 Days' -- Video Premiere - Spinner". Spinner.com. Retrieved 29 July 2012.
  4. ^ a b "Media |Pete International Airport".
  5. ^ "Cargo Records |Cargo Records".