Roadside Monument, 15 Years And 2,700 Miles Later, Reunite A Misplaced Seattle

Roadside Monument, 15 Years And 2,700 Miles Later, Reunite A Lost Seattle Watch a feral performance of ‘My Hands Are The Thermometers.
From its messy emo roots to the ballistic math-rock of its final year, here’s a brief introduction to Roadside Monument.
From 1996-98, Roadside Monument released three very different records in just three years, with a scattershot of compilation appearances on long-forgotten labels like Crank!
‘Enlarge this image toggle caption Chris C Bowden/Courtesy of the artist Chris C Bowden/Courtesy of the artistIt took a few songs for them to lock in.
“Enlarge this image toggle caption Chris C Bowden/Courtesy of the artist Chris C Bowden/Courtesy of the artistLorig and Johnson are dads now — which doesn’t mean they don’t play music, just that they do so more sporadically.

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