The Aasee Lake
A good band that not many folks seemed to get. A shame cause they were really onto something, particularly towards the end. Duncan was trying to diversify I suppose. It made sense following Guilt ending to work with something a bit more stretched out with moments of quiet. I think Dave mentioned they were digging Paul Newman at the time. They played some good shows, including a nice show with A Minor Forest in Lexington and a fun one with Paden and 764-HERO here at the Mercury Paw.
They had a split 7" with At the Drive In that is probably going for kooky money on eBay now. Also had a song on the Louisvillesonicimprint-Vol. 1 CD and maybe other things.