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A Problem of Alarming Dimensions

A Problem of Alarming Dimensions

A Problem of Alarming Dimensions


The creation of this band began in the winter of 1999 when percussionist, Jason Meeks, and guitarist, Randy Vaughn, composed half of a band known as Faulkner. Originally a four piece experimental project suited deep in metal/hardcore roots, Faulkner later decided to add a fifth member to the mix and added Abram Morphew, ex-Figure Five bassist in September of 2001. Faulkner ended in July 2002 after the departure of one of its members. In August 2002 Read more on Last.fm
The creation of this band began in the winter of 1999 when percussionist, Jason Meeks, and guitarist, Randy Vaughn, composed half of a band known as Faulkner. Originally a four piece experimental project suited deep in metal/hardcore roots, Faulkner later decided to add a fifth member to the mix and added Abram Morphew, ex-Figure Five bassist in September of 2001. Faulkner ended in July 2002 after the departure of one of its members. In August 2002, the three former Faulkner members added guitarist, Josh Bratcher and formed A Problem of Alarming Dimensions. After recording their self-produced EP, "my uncle is a republican, my aunt is a democrat, my cousin is anorexic" and playing regional venues, the band received a good deal of attention from the local media and venue owners.

A Problem of Alarming Dimensions recorded their release "h - hov - hover" in January 2003 in Atlanta, GA at Zero Return Studios and completed production on it in April of 2003 at the Hangar Studios in Conway, AR. During that same year, the band moved to Chapel Hill, NC. In 2005, the band released "Cut & Haste: The Acaye Caballos e.p.", featuring a somewhat new direction for the band. In 2006, after much consideration, it became evident that the band would soon no longer be. In 2007, the band recorded their final album, "iPOAD", live in their practice space called the Sheave Room in Carrboro, NC. The band then went on a final tour to their home state of Arkansas and then went on to the SXSW festival in Austin, TX. Jason Meeks and Abram Morphew now reside in Brooklyn, NY and continue to create music as The Binary Marketing Show with friend, Daniel Mcdonald.

They also continue to help organize the 8088 Record Collective. Josh Bratcher continues to play music with the band, *SONS, in Chapel Hill, NC. Randy Vaughn now resides in Austin, Tx and continues to help organize the 8088 Record Collective, plays music with the Transmography guys, and continues to create music as K_niv_es. Read more on Last.fm.

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