Ken Harrison 5 p.m., March 22
Red Dye No. 5
RIYL: Dinosaur Jr., Black Songs, Belly, Dewey Defeats Truman, AM Vibe, Cursive, Drive Like Jehu, Throwing Muses, My Bloody Valentine
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Inception: San Diego, 1993
Influences: The Velvet Underground, the Membranes, Sonic Youth, Yo La Tengo, Dinosaur Jr., the Jesus and Mary Chain
Noise-pop quartet Red Dye No. 5 recorded their first demo at Hit Single Studios in El Cajon, going on to record for labels like Silver Girl ("Fuzzbomb" 7-inch) and Candy Floss ("Not Again You" 7-inch).
Flip Records sent them to record with Tim O'Heir at Fort Apache Studios in Cambridge, MA in 1996, but the band split after the mixing sessions.
Guitarist Patrick Padilla moved to Los Angeles and performed with Black Songs. James Reader (bass) and Scott Frazier (drums) formed Dewey Defeats Truman. Singer Lisah Nicholson later fronted AM Vibe.
In 2016, Silver Girl Records released The Fort Apache Sessions, a collection of songs that were originally intended to be the band's major label debut in 1996.