Ui (band)

Ui (band)

Infobox musical artist
Name = Ui


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Genre = post-rock, funk
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Years_active = 1990 to mid-2000s
Label = Southern Records
Associated_acts = Uilab
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Current_members = Sasha Frere-Jones, Clem Waldmann, Wilbo Wright
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Ui (pronounced "ooo-eee") was an American post-rock/funk band based in New York City, which started in 1990, [cite web |url=http://www.southern.com/southern/band/UI000/biog.html |title=Ui biography |publisher=Southern Records ] and ended mid-2000s. The group was started by Sasha Frere-Jones and Clem Waldmann. Wilbo Wright joined the group in 1993. The group's songs are often described as "bass-heavy", as the band frequently uses two bass guitars. [cite news |title=Ui—"Answers" |first=David |last=Christensen |date=July 11, 2003 |url=http://www.fakejazz.com/reviews/2003/ui.shtml |publisher=fakejazz.com] Other unique instruments used by the band include banjo, synthesizers, tuba and timpani. Their music style is described to range between funk, dub and electronica. The group has a high reliance on samplers and other studio equipment to overdub and articulate rhythms.

Discography

Full length

*"Answers" (Southern, June 2003)
*"Lifelike" (Southern, April 1998)
*"Sidelong" (Southern, March 1996)

EPs and remixes

*"The Iron Apple" (Southern, November 1999)
*"Fires" as the group name "Uilab" (Bingo; Duophonic Records, February 1998), Ui and Stereolab collaborating on versions of "St Elmo's Fire"
*"Dropplike" (Southern, August 1996), 3 remixes of songs from "Sidelong"
*"Match My Foot" 7" (Soul Static Sound, February 1996)
*"The Sharpie" (Soul Static Sound, February 1996)
*"Unlike: Remixes Volume 1" (Lunamoth, November 1995), remixes of material from "The 2-Sided EP" and "Sidelong"
*"The 2-Sided EP" (Hemiola, December 1993)

Ui have also remixed music for many groups, including Techno Animal, and Microstoria.

References

External links

* [http://www.southern.com/southern/band/UI000/ Official webpage]


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