The Timeout Drawer
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|The Timeout Drawer|
|Origin||Chicago, Illinois, US|
|Labels||The Consumers Research & Development Label|
|Members||Chris Eichenseer, Jason Goldberg, Jon Slusher, Chris Van Pelt|
|Guitar, Moog, Drums, Bass|
The Timeout Drawer is a post-rock band from Chicago formed in 1999. Often compared to bands such as Mogwai, Godspeed You! Black Emperor, with Tangerine Dream influences, they have carved out a niche of sound that they can call all their own.
- Jon Slusher – Guitar, vocals
- Chris Eichenseer – drums
- Jason Goldberg – Moog/Keyboard
- Chris Van Pelt – Guitar, Bass
Past members and contributors
- Record of Small Histories CD (2000)
- A Difficult Future CD (2001)
- Terrible Secrets... 7" vinyl (2003)
- Presents Left for the Living Dead CD/ EP (2003)
- The Exorcist (Tubular Bells) 7" vinyl (2005)
- Nowonmai LP/CD (2005)
- Alone CD/EP (2006)
- Evil Against Evil Compilation (2003)
- Urban Renewal Program EP (2003)
- Hazardous Materials Compilation (2003)
- "A Record of Small Histories". Pitchfork. Retrieved May 28, 2014.
- "A Difficult Future". Pitchfork. Retrieved May 28, 2014.
- Miller, Eden (October 8, 2001). "A Difficult Future". PopMatters. Retrieved May 28, 2014.
- Mason, Stewart. "The Exorcist". AllMusic. Retrieved May 28, 2014.
- "Nowonmai". AllMusic. Retrieved May 28, 2014.
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