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Right Time: 7" on Muze Records in 2002
No Can Dance: Debut full-length on Zabel in 2004
Populism: 2nd Full-length on Zabel in 2007

We've had quite some radio-airplay on Dutch national radio.



We started out as three highschool kids trying playing Nirvana songs. A big interest in American underground labels like Touch & Go, SST, Sub Pop and such led our initial sound to be much in the line of bands like Unwound, Shellac, Sonic Youth. But there was also always the poporiented-side of songwriters Bart Hoevenaars' taste. This was noticed by people in the Dutch music scene and gigs across Holland started. A 7" on a Dutch indielabel was released in 2002. Mono did a tour in the UK/Ireland. Then recordings for their first album started. The furious yet melodic No Can Dance was released in 2004. Somewhere between At The Drive In and Karate, Fugazi and Sonic Youth. Then Bart Hoevenaars' decided it was time to start writing the album he had wanted to write for a couple of years. Populism. A melancholic pop-album as diverse as his own taste in popsongs. Diving into the oeuvres of popgeniuses like Brian Wilson, McCartney and Todd Rundgren, even Billy Joel and fueled by the attempts from other indiebands like Blonde Redhead (Misery Is Butterfly) and Q and not U (Different Damage) at making popmusic which he loved. His younger brother Jos joins the band early 2007 to recreate their layered sound live.