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    Most Popular Songs (more)

    1Rad lyrics
    2Make It Through lyrics
    3Massive Cure lyrics
    4It's Not Your Day To Shine lyrics
    5The Quack lyrics
    6But Now I Know lyrics
    7To Walk Away From lyrics
    8About The Picture lyrics
    9It's Cold lyrics
    10I've Got My Own Problems To Fix lyrics

    Most Popular Albums (more)

    1She Like Electric [2004]
    2Free To Stay [2006]


    Tween indie rock duo Smoosh formed in Seattle in 2002. At the time, eight-year-old Chloe (last name withheld) was a student at the Seattle Drum School whose instructor Jason McGerr (later the drummer in Death Cab for Cutie) suggested she begin collaborating with other fledgling musicians to better understand the role of percussion in rock music. Chloe simply went home and began playing with her ten-year-old sister Asya, who despite quitting piano lessons was now writing her own clever, buoyant songs on her keyboard. Dubbing the project Smoosh, the sisters recorded a demo of Asya's songs, and soon were staples of the local live circuit -- not only was the duo invited to perform live on Seattle's influential KEXP, but from there they were invited to open dates for acts including the aforementioned Death Cab, Sleater-Kinney, and Cat Power. After signing to the local Pattern 25 label, Smoosh teamed with producer Johnny Sangster to record its 2004 debut album, She Like Electric. In 2006, the sisters signed with indie stalwart Barsuk, which released their second album, Free to Stay, the same year.

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