Blindspot Conspiracy
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Blindspot Conspiracy

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"No Lessons Learned" - ep 2002
"Jub Jub" - ep 2008
"Bonus Disc of Doom" - bonus cd 2008
"Implode" - ep 2008
"Don't Let The Sun Piss On Your Brain" - LP (TBA)



Weasel and Al G have been joined at the musical hip since third grade; both saw the brilliance and subtle beauties of simple, aggressive (albeit poppy at times) music. Many days in Jefferson Primary saw the earliest performances of the duo under a plethora of monikers, such as Bleeding Harts, Immortal Beloved, and Juvenile Delinquents. Other members at this time included Ethan Willey and Gino Tate amongst others. Most of the songs written at this time were terrible sequels to Green Day songs and other such blather that did not yet feature any actual instruments.

Middle school found the pair finally acquiring crude instruments and the very underground musical combo, Another Band Called Jenny, was born. Fulfilling bass duties at this time was the hilarious, fantastically wonderful Tiffany Bolner. The three released a cassette in the summer of 2000 known as "Recorded In My Basement." The tape featured such early classics as "Sunshine", "105", "Elsie", and "HR Puffnstuff." Side B featured a rare interview with the trio, all recorded in Shirley and Melvin Garrison's basement on a handheld tape recorder

High school found the duo temporarily parting ways and pursuing music independently. Weasel joined up with Chris Lively, John Clever, Chris "Waffles" Cribbs and Ian Varlis in the metal band DV8, while Al G joined up with Tim Straka and Brad Congelio (and at one time Tiffany) in Dillon (later known as Blindspot Conspiracy). The two bands ended up playing with each other at Shelley's Coffeehouse and Weasle being in DV8 paved the way for the future entry of Lively into the current band. The early iteration of Blindspot Conspiracy released "No Lessons Learned", a 5 song ep, in 2002. Both bands ended up going their separate ways, eventually leading to the eventual reunion of Weasle and Al G.

Jefferson St., featuring Jake "the Bullfrog" Stetar, blossomed in the summer of 200 . The band played several local shows and recorded some tunes (including "Jake is a Punk" and "Found your face in My Wallet") with Bodhi Stetar engineering before permanently becoming Blindspot Conspiracy. Weasle and Al G (Jake being unavailable that day) headed into Aardvark Studios in Feb '08 to record songs that would become the "Jub Jub!" ep. The 10 songs recorded that day were all done live in one take with only drums, guitar and vox.

Jake amicably parted ways and joined Two Weeks Notice to play music in only a way that the Bullfrog can, and metal warhorse Lively was recruited to fulfill the noticably absent bass. Soon though the band realized that two guitars were desired for optimum sound and that Lively really needed to strut his stuff behind a guitar. Enter grizzly teddy bear, death metal bass demon Paul Dodd. The lineup was complete and ready to conquer the world. Paul's first show at the Weirton Harvest festival proved this point, with him only playing with the band for a week before the show and the unbelieveable chemistry that commenced.

"Don't Let The Sun Piss On Your Brain", the bands first full length, nears completion and the band prepares to welcome new fans into the Blindspot fold at their increasing number of live performances.