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Papyr

Papyr

Papyr


Originally created as a side project for All Of Them drummer Kyle Vandervliet. Using a large group of people and a handful of songs made up completely on the spot, Papyr became a musical force to be reckoned with days after recording their first songs. The first album, "I Like It When You're Papyr" was created in one day in Kyle's studio (ie bedroom) with a computer and one microphone. After slapping together 23 tracks and calling it an album in spring 2004, Papyr went on hiatus to pursue other projects. Read more on Last.fm
Originally created as a side project for All Of Them drummer Kyle Vandervliet. Using a large group of people and a handful of songs made up completely on the spot, Papyr became a musical force to be reckoned with days after recording their first songs. The first album, "I Like It When You're Papyr" was created in one day in Kyle's studio (ie bedroom) with a computer and one microphone. After slapping together 23 tracks and calling it an album in spring 2004, Papyr went on hiatus to pursue other projects. Eric Tony and Kyle reformed All Of Them, which later broke up, then formed a new band in 2004 called The Butts with the same exact members.

After releasing an album called "One Nation Under Butt", as well as a hard-to-find Christmas EP entitled "Have A Holly Jolly Eulogy", The Butts went on hiatus in summer 2005. Kyle Tony and Dan, with the help of JJ Buckwalter, formed No Code and managed to stay together for an entire summer and even play a gig, all without writing a single original song. Tony and Kyle began jamming in Kyle's garage during the midnights of summer 2006. These jams gave way to a few songs, so they decided to turn Tony's laptop into a studio and move into his basement to record Papyr songs. Hilarity ensued, and by the end of summer 2006, Papyr had a new, 23-track album entitled "Papyr...Scissors...Rocks!".

A hard-to-find B-sides record entitled "Papyr Cuts" is in the hands of only one person. Papyr's internet campaign for world domination began in late July 2006 when Kyle and Tony were looking for something to do the night before Warped Tour. Papyr, sans Eric, went back into the studio on a one-off weekend in October 2006 to make the "Shredded Papyr" album. The album marks a newer, more inebriated direction for the band, as well as 28 minutes worth of Kyle and Dan battle-rapping against each other, for some reason. Read more on Last.fm.

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