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The Snow is a melodic, alt-space rock outfit from Los Angeles that formed in a quick beautiful instance in the Spring of 2006 when Aaron Smart, Billy Mohler, Garry Ventura, and Jason Johnson went to record a few songs at Stagg St. Studios. Garry and Aaron had been working on a few songs when they realized they needed a guitarist and bassist to take it to the next level. Aaron called upon long time friend Jason Johnson (Pete Yorn, Paloalto) to play guitar. Then needing a bass player they ran into Billy Mohler (Jimmy Chamberlain Complex) at a studio in North Hollywood. They told billy about the project and he expressed interest. They got together to work out the songs, and the magic was there. The first two Titles "October" and "trading Post", recorded in less than 2 days, were enough for them to know that something special was happening. A dynamic, tight, yet melodic rhythm section, a soaring spaced out sonic display of guitars, and a quiet to wailing vocal assembly. Once The Snow had developed a full albums worth of songs they enlisted production team Heroes and Villains to record it with them. They entered Ocean Way Studios Hollywood in the spring of 2007. They kept it realistic, as they say, and recorded the old way; straight to 2" inch tape, live, with no click track. Recording live as a real band they captured real emotions at that moment and an intensity now lost in the stale digital recording realm. With the new assembled album The Snow began to book shows around Los Angeles in October, 2007 and have yet to look back. After less than 5 shows they signed with the independent Los Angeles label, Northern Lights. With an amazing self titled record in tow, and a new label poised to promote it, The Snow have began to book regional shows to get the music out. Phil Buckman (iMPOSTERS, One Side Zero) has recently been recruited to play bass for the group as The Snow spreads across the U.S. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply.