Local Band Network Member Since: March 8, 2012
Last Update: March 8, 2012
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Majority of the Few is Mark Finley and Cory Graves. Live, the band uses multiple layers of synthetic and organic loops to complement a locked in drum and bass sound, creating a sound that is heartfelt and passionate. At times introspective and at times aggressive, their debut album Corollaries delves into the heartbreak of loss, living a good life, and moving forward while acknowledging the past. Produced by LA based Adam Haggar, who previously worked with the Scissor Sisters and studied under Bob Moog (inventor of the synthesizer), the album was recorded in a spacious house rather than a studio to give it a live feel. Additional contributors included Brent Arnold, a cellist who regularly works with top acts on the indie circuit (Modest Mouse and Sleater Kinney among others), and Josh D'Elia, a friend and former bandmate of Finley's.
Mark Finley, who sings and plays the bass and keyboards for Majority of the Few, has toured the nation and played in Los Angeles extensively as a drummer. Cory Graves’s energetic "quick twitch" style of drumming can be directly credited to his profession as a dancer. He is heavily involved in the underground dance scene in LA, and dances with some of the most well known artists in the world (Miley Cyrus, Rihanna). Graves also created the artwork on the Corollaries album.
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