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Underlined Passages
Underlined Passages in 2017.
Underlined Passages in 2017.
Background information
OriginBaltimore, Maryland, U.S.
GenresIndie rock, indie pop
Years active2014 (2014)–present
LabelsMint 400 Records
Associated actsThe Seldon Plan
Websiteunderlineslove.com
MembersRoy Colquitt
Michael Nestor
Jamaal Turner

Underlined Passages is an American rock band from Baltimore, Maryland.

History[edit]

Underlined Passages was started as a duo studio project in 2014 by Frank Corl and Michael Nestor-former drummer, lead singer and guitarist of the band The Seldon Plan, when The Seldon Plan disbanded in 2013.[1] .[2][3] Shortly after Corl left the band in 2015, Nestor formed a live version of the band with bassist Rich Marcinek and percussionist Chris Shelley. In 2015, drummer Jamaal Turner joined the group and has appeared on all subsequent releases. Also In 2015, Underlined Passages joined Mint 400 Records and between 2015-2017 released three records with the label while touring as a live act.[4]

Releases[edit]

Underlined passages released their first self-titled record in April, 2015. In April, 2016, they released their second full-length album, The Fantastic Quest.[5][4] The single "Calamine" was subsequently released in May, 2016. [6][4] During tour support for their recent records, Underlined Passages performed at the 2016 and 2017 North Jersey Indie Rock Festival.[7]

In September 2017, Underlined Passages released their third album Tandi My Dicafi. [8][9] [10] The single "Silverlake" is a reference to Silver Lake, Los Angeles, California, an area that inspired Nestor and Turner during the writing and production. Nestor and Turner cite the music of Flying Nun Records as inspiration for the record. In early 2018, Tandi My Dicafi was released in limited edition vinyl, with bonus tracks "We Lost The Sea (Coda)" and "Interregnum," in conjunction with a tour of the East Coast of the United States.[11]

Members[edit]

  • Roy Colquitt – bass (2017–present)
  • Michael Nestor – vocals and guitar (2014–present)
  • Jamaal Turner – drums (2015–present)

Former members

  • Frank Corl – drums (2014–2015)
  • Rich Marcinek – bass (2015–2016)
  • Chris Shelley – drums (2015)

Discography[edit]

Albums

  • Underlined Passages (2015)
  • The Fantastic Quest (2016)
  • Tandi My Dicafi (2017)

Singles

  • "Everyone Was There" (2016)
  • "Calamine" (2016)
  • "Silverlake" (2017)

Appearing on

  • In a Mellow Tone (2015)

References[edit]

Bibliography[edit]

  • The Big Takeover Staff (August 17, 2017), "Video Premiere: "Feelings" by Underlined Passages", The Big Takeover, retrieved January 24, 2019
  • Hinely, Tim (March 22, 2016), "Underlined Passages - The Fantastic Quest (Mint 400 Records)", Dagger, retrieved January 24, 2019
  • Draisin, Deborah (2015), "Underlined Passages", Jersey Beat, retrieved January 24, 2019
  • Impose Staff (2017), "Underlined Passages, "Your Bedroom"", Impose, retrieved January 24, 2019
  • Makin, Bob (August 31, 2017), "Makin Waves Scene Report: Rock New Brunswick, New Jazz Directions and more", Institute for Nonprofit News, archived from the original on January 24, 2019
  • McGuire, Colin (June 30, 2016), "Underlined Passages: 'The Fantastic Quest'", Frederick News-Post, retrieved January 24, 2016
  • Mehalick, Mike (September 12, 2016), "Live Review: The North Jersey Indie Rock Festival", Speak Into My Good Eye, retrieved February 6, 2019
  • New Jersey Stage Staff (September 6, 2017), "Underlined Passages To Release New Album On Mint 400 Records", New Jersey Stage, retrieved January 24, 2019
  • Pirate! Staff Writers (2015), "Underlined Passages", Pirate!, retrieved January 24, 2019
  • Pirate! Staff (2016), "Calamine", Pirate!, retrieved January 24, 2019
  • Sessa, Sam (November 17, 2005), "The Seldon Plan", The Baltimore Sun, retrieved January 24, 2019
  • Testa, Jim (2016), "Underlined Passages - Fantastic Quest", Jersey Beat, retrieved January 24, 2016

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