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Denton, Texas, United States

Denton, Texas, United States
Band Alternative EDM


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"DC9 At Night"

Seemingly out of nowhere, a local release showed up on my desk last week. Normally, this kind of thing doesn't result in a great deal of enjoyment. But in the case of a sextet known as Most, the pleasure factor proved to be exceedingly high.

The Denton band's debut EP, Missing Finding, hits the streets any day now, and keyboardist Patrick Emile was kind enough to share the EP's opening cut with the sorry lot at DC9. Check out "The Sticking Place."

I totally dig this. Kind of soulful, jazzy indie pop.

Vocalist Olivia de Guzman Emile sure has a nice set of pipes, and the rhythm section of bassist Adam Duc and drummer Marqus Burleson know how to work up a good funky sweat. I can't really compare Most to any other local ensemble--and that's a good thing.

Bottom line: A new band well worth checking out. - The Dallas Observer - Darryl Smyers

""The Sticking Place", Most"

Props to my friend Conner, who made me aware of this band. The intro to this song goes on a tad long for my taste, but once the vocals kick in, the song really takes off. Half trip-hop and half jazz, Olivia de Guzman Emile provides the perfect vocals for her band. If all of their songs prove to be this intriguing and beautiful, then this band might take off. -


Missing Finding (2009), EP

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In The Fall of 2008, six Denton/Dallas musicians sat down for a long conversation. The result was the birth of Most. Lead by keyboardist Patrick Emile and vocalist Olivia de Guzman Emile and rounded out by guitarist Gabriel Picon, bassist Adam Duc, and drummer Marqus Burleson, the troupe locked themselves away for six long weeks in Patrick's in-home Suitcase Studios. They came out on the other side with their debut EP, Missing Finding. Written and produced by Most and mastered by SAE Mastering's Roger Seibel (Tortoise, The Sea and Cake), Missing Finding was gently released into the Spring of 2009. The follow up "Sessions from Studio A" was released in the Fall of 2009. The band is currently playing shows locally, building their fanbase and business, and hoping for the best.