The Curtains performing live in 2006
|Origin||San Francisco, California, U.S.|
|Genres||Experimental rock, electronic rock, instrumental|
|Associated acts||Deerhoof, Cryptacize, Open City, Old Time Relijun, Nedelle Torrisi, Powerdove, Half-handed Cloud|
|Past members||Annie Lewandowski|
Since 2002, The Curtains have released four full-length albums, one split CD, and several 7-inches on various labels, including a limited-edition lathe cut. The band's lineup changes often, with principal songwriter Chris Cohen being the only continuous member.
The Curtains toured the Western U.S. with Maher Shalal Hash Baz in 2004 and recorded as members of that band on the record Faux Depart. They have also opened for such bands as Red Krayola, Saccharine Trust, Young People, Joan of Arc, Glass Candy, The Dead C, Burning Star Core, Open City, Final Fantasy, and Beirut.
- Fast Talks (Thin Wrist, 2002)
- Flybys (Thin Wrist, 2003)
- Make Us Two Crayons on the Floor (Yik Yak, 2004) split with Maher Shalal Hash Baz
- Vehicles of Travel (Frenetic, 2004)
- Calamity (Asthmatic Kitty, 2006)
- "Athletes in the Stars" b/w "Watch for the Eliminator" (Snowy Visitor, 2000)
- "Airplane Dives" b/w "Strive, Lifeforms, Strive" (Collective Jyrk, 2004) split with Ghost to Falco
- "Go Lucky" b/w "World's Most Dangerous Woman" (Tomlab, 2006)
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