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  1. a post-hardcore band from Washington, D.C., signed with Dischord Records

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  2. Harris Klahr - guitar, vocals, synths, etc

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  3. Members John Davis, Harris Klahr, Christopher Richards, and Matt Borlik formed the band in 1998

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  4. After Borlik's departure following the release of their first album, the band went on to record two more critically lauded LPs as a three-piece, exploring aspects of emocore, dance-punk, and other disparate musical styles

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  5. disbanded in September 2005 after completing their touring commitments and a short farewell stand in Washington, D.C

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