When he's not making records with Ivy, Andy Chase shapes a quirky kind of sound under the Brookville moniker. Chase started Brookville in the late '90s as an outlet for his experimental, Euro-romantic musical textures. With the encouragement of singer/songwriter Eric Matthews, Brookville mastered a few songs before the decade's end. In 2003, Chase launched his own label, Unfiltered, and released Brookville's debut, Wonderfully Nothing. The album, which is a solo album of sorts, featured collaborative efforts from Matthews, James Iha, Jean-Pierre Ensuque of Autour de Lucie, Gigolo Aunts' Jon Skibic, and They Might Be Giants bass player Danny Weinkauf. ~ MacKenzie WilsonPortions of Content Provided by Rovi Corporation.
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