Kent Rayhill, Deb Schimmel, and Jay Rajeck tweak a mad beat as TRS-80. This Chicago electric trio formed in 1997, shaping a sound similar to the likes of Amon Tobin and Boards of Canada. Before signing to Invisible in 2000, they had a 12" and an EP under their belts. TRS-80's first proper album, Manhattan Love Machine, appeared the following summer. Buckup: 01 and Mr. Kickass quickly followed. In 2003, the trio redefined its personal and professional direction. They inked a deal with File 13 and crafted their most ambitiously flossed material yet with the release of Shake Hands with Danger in September. Mystery Crash followed three years later. ~ MacKenzie WilsonPortions of Content Provided by Rovi Corporation.
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