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These Words Are Jumbled (2005)
The Writer's Block EP (2005)



"To be honest, the album is still a little jumbled in my head," notes Michael Nolledo on the band's first full length release, "the songs finally make sense when we play them live." Through a solid Chicago fan base and and many of shows, this trio has acclaimed a glorious potential - capturing a unique sound that gives audiences a new hope for indepent music. The transparent drum beats and lush bass riffs wrap around tightly woven guitar riffs to make a musical product worth listening to. This topped with earnest and fervid lyrics, the band thrives between the sensiblity of pop and folk.

Starting as a drum and guitar duo by the likes of Nolledo and friend, Aaron Goldschmidt, in the summer of 2003; the band quickly went to work in writing their debut album while balancing school on the weekdays and band practice usually spanning all weekend.

Through altercations and musical differences, a few months later the two decided to split up. This opened Nolledo's market to a much fuller and mature sound. Goldschmidt was then replaced with old friend Paul Munda, and Nick Blaul was then added to the RMLM family to play bass.

"We are all really good friends," says Munda, "it was just a matter of time until we came together to make music."

The three have created a close knit family of musical taste to work with. "We all have a niche that the others bounce off on, it's worked well" says Nolledo. Their Influences range from pioneering indie rock bands such as Pavement and Dinosaur Jr. to today's ground breaking artists such as Wilco to indie pop arists such as Rilo Kiley.

The possibilities of growth and prosperity are large. With the release of their 2005 full length album, "These Words Are Jumbled," and the coinciding "The Writer's Block EP", the band is certainly finding ways to answer the questions that lay ahead of them.