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The best kept secret in music


"LATEDUSTER (live review)"

Neatly counterpointing the simplicity of FOG, Andrew Broder returns with fellow Minnesotans Lateduster, serving up electrifying fusioneering explosions which scorch the tedium of the post rock set with sheer ambition and invention. Throwing together jazz rhythms, guitar twang, inspired riffs and Broder's prodigious turntablist flourishes, Lateduster are at once cerebral and visceral, cutting grooves while stroking their chins.

- New Musical Express (NME)


"ep 1" - 2000 (self-released on Firetrunk Records)
"ep2" - 2000 (FTR)
"ep3" - 2001 (FTR)
Lateduster (self-titled full length) - 2002 (FTR)
Five Easy Pieces (full length) - 2002 (FTR)
Plain Old Andrea, With A Gun (DVD) - 2003 (FTR)
Easy Pieces (full length) - 2004 (MERCK RECORDS)
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formed in 1999, lateduster soon won honors as "best new band" in Minneapolis, and went on to hone their unique sound and approach to live shows, showcasing their intuitive performing and amazing songwriting/ arranging skills. Influences include prokofiev, happy apple, tortoise, low, chopin, squarepusher, aphex twin, jimi hendrix. A steady stream of performances and recordings has included commissions by the SoundUnseen Film Festival to write and perform an all-new soundtrack to the 1925 silent film Variete in 2001, and by contemporary dance company Catalyst to score two new dance works in 2002 and 2003. Lateduster members have gone on to form / play in other projects DOSH (anticon), FOG (Ninja Tune & LEX), NEOTROPIC (Ninja & MUSH), HYMIE'S BASEMENT (LEX), and SANS LE SYSTEME (FTR).