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Mineral

Mineral was a prominent mid-90's indie band originally from Austin, Texas. Former members have since moved on to other musical projects including The Gloria Record and Pop Unknown.

Mineral's music is characterized by its iterated soft/loud structure, overlaid with melodic, off-key vocals and etheral guitar-based insturmental bridges. Many of their songs adhere to the formulaic and now ubiquitous structural conventions orginally perfected by de facto pioneers of the post-emo indie rock genre, Sunny Day Real Estate (SDRE). Despite their ostensive similarities to SDRE, it should be noted that Mineral emerged contemporaneously with the group and added their own less intense, more brooding flavor to the then emerging "midwest emo" sound. Mineral's unique understanding of the gentle balance between angst-ridden kinetics and wistful underpinnings in conjunction with their precociously intelligent lyrics have since gone on to influence a countless number of indie-rock imitators.

The Austin four first got together in 1994 and soon after released a host of 7"s on contemporaries, Christie Front Drive's label, Caulfield Records. A copy of Minera...

years active 1994 – 1998
status Dissolved
country Austin, Texas, United States
music genre Emo
Indie Rock
current members Chris Simpson - vocals/guitar
Scott McCarver - guitar
Jeremy Gomez - bass
Gabriel Wiley - drums
license: GNU FDL
source: Wikipedia


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