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Interloper

Interloper

Interloper


There are three artists/bands with this name on Last.fm: 1) Interloper consists of Miles Dimitri Baker (Ænimus), Aaron Stechauner (Rings of Saturn, ex Abiotic), and Lucas Mann (Rings of Saturn). Melodic, Technical, and Progressive music bringing forward a new style of music that fans of all genres can enjoy and appreciate. youtube | facebook | bandcamp Launched: October 7, 2014 Contact: Interloperofficial@gmail.com HometownOrange, CA. Costa Mesa, CA. Tracy, CA. Read more on Last.fm
There are three artists/bands with this name on Last.fm: 1) Interloper consists of Miles Dimitri Baker (Ænimus), Aaron Stechauner (Rings of Saturn, ex Abiotic), and Lucas Mann (Rings of Saturn). Melodic, Technical, and Progressive music bringing forward a new style of music that fans of all genres can enjoy and appreciate. youtube | facebook | bandcamp Launched: October 7, 2014 Contact: Interloperofficial@gmail.com HometownOrange, CA. Costa Mesa, CA. Tracy, CA. Lineup Miles Dimitri Baker (Guitar) Lucas Mann (Guitar) Aaron Stechauner (Drums) BIOGRAPHY Interloper is from California, USA, Consisting of Miles Dimitri Baker (Ænimus), Aaron Stechauner (Rings of Saturn, ex Abiotic), and Lucas Mann (Rings of Saturn).

Melodic, Technical, and Progressive music bringing forward a new style of music that fans of all genres can enjoy and appreciate. Miles Dimitri Baker, as well as Aaron Stechauner met at age 15, and started playing music in several bands together. The idea for what has become "Interloper" was created around age 16. The first three songs, "A Red Letter Day", "The Conjuration" and "Absolution pt.I" were written between then and age 18, now one year later, almost half a dozen other songs have been written that will be featured on Interloper's debut album. As Miles had begun touring with Ænimus, Aaron had already been touring with Abiotic, then shortly after leaving Abiotic, he joined up with Rings of Saturn. All the while Aaron had been filling in on drums for Ænimus on tours, as well as touring with Rings of Saturn. At this point in time, Miles and Aaron agreed on the idea of having Lucas Mann join Interloper after a very short lived experience of Miles and Lucas writing together for another band. 2) Interloper: real name Jonathan Ryman.

Jon attended 30 schools up to the age of 18 on three continents. Both high school in canada and comprehensive in the uk. The artist has been releasing music since 1984 and cassette tapes exist of acid works from this period according to the artist. Jon provided sound installations during '87 focusing on one minute tape loops.

The first white label releases emerged during the halcyon 89/90 period. First album released 1993 millenium records "artifice and architecture" followed by "augur" (1995 plink plonk), "dependency culture" ep (1997 octopus) and the album "six dragons" on inky blackness 2002. new album entitled "1984" released august 2008. Four and half albums over 15 years...perhaps not the most prolific of acts, yet always focusing on quality and originality. Jon's played at all kinds of venues and clubs worldwide and is currently preparing to tour his new work.

little known fact: has to be the only techno artist to be played by both whispering bob harris and john peel. jon's also known to sing a mean george jones cover! 3)Interloper was a British indie rock/indie pop band. Key band members Paul Mortlock and Sam Wood started the group in 2004, taking on drummer Luke Wastell. Tours in support of The Pigeon Detectives around the U.K.

in 2007 helped the group reach a larger audience. They're prehaps best known for the track "This Town". Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..

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