Stationary Odyssey

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Stationary Odyssey
Origin Evansville, Indiana, USA
Years active 2002–2012
Labels Joyful Noise Recordings, Rebore Records, Dyspepsidisc, The Great Vitamin Mystery, Duotone Records, Boyarm
Website Official website
Members Brett Siler
Aaron Tanner

Stationary Odyssey is an alternative rock band from Evansville, Indiana, composed of Aaron Tanner and Brett Siler. Their debut EP, Komondor, was named one of the top 15 Most Important Releases of 2004 in Japan (Duotone Records).

In December 2006, Stationary Odyssey released a free, downloadable EP that contained a remix by Kramer (Ween, Butthole Surfers).[1]

After touring with Frank Black in early 2007, Mike Farmer (aka Kentucky Prophet) lent his vocal talents on two Stationary Odyssey songs for a split EP with Child Bite (Suburban Sprawl Music).[2]

In early 2007, the band had features in both Verbicide Magazine[citation needed] and Modern Fix.[3]

Tanner produced a Sonic Youth tribute album, Confuse Yr Idols (Narnack Records). The tribute debuted at #44 on the Canadian college charts (Chartattack) and #109 on the US college charts (CMJ).[citation needed] It featured a track from Stationary Odyssey as well as Elf Power, Yoshimi P-we of The Boredoms (Saicobab), and Steel Pole Bath Tub.[4]

Members[edit]

  • Brett Siler - guitar, additional instrumentation
  • Aaron Tanner - bass, additional instrumentation

Additional Contributors[edit]

  • Jeff Acker
  • Luke Bickers
  • Nathan Brown
  • Damon Dawson
  • Aaron Distler
  • Mike Farmer
  • Jesse Gallamore
  • Josh Hood
  • Shawn Knight
  • Mike Langlie
  • Dave Melkonian
  • Casey Paquet
  • Brint Powell
  • Kraig Sagan
  • Chris Schlarb
  • Scott Siler
  • Jesse Southerland
  • Jackson Tanner
  • Aaron Vukovich

Discography[edit]

LPs[edit]

EPs[edit]

Singles[edit]

Imports[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Terror On The Hell Loop, Stationary Odyssey, released 12/19/06
  2. ^ Physical Education (Split), Child Bite/Stationary Odyssey, released 05/29/07
  3. ^ http://modernfix.com/?page_id=1376[dead link]
  4. ^ http://www.narnackrecords.com/

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