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Steve Gunn

Steve Gunn is a guitarist, songwriter, and producer living and working in Brooklyn, New York. While he is best known as a go-to musician and for his membership in GHQ, Gunn has a varied recording and collaboration history that includes work with British legend Michael Chapman and the late Jack Rose.

Gunn began playing guitar before high school, and credits his older sister with giving him tapes to listen to. His first loves were punk rock and rap. His first real band was a hardcore covers unit who actually toured between his freshman and sophomore years of high school.

But Gunn kept expanding his musical horizons, taking in everything from pysch to folk to country to funk. He eventually developed a deep interest in Indian classical music, La Monte Young, and Gnawa music as well -- all of which would feature in his own work. While in college, Gunn became aware of other Philly-based musicians including Bardo Pond and Rose. He also joined GHQ, whose other members were Pete Nolan (Magik Markers, Vanishing Voice) and Marcia Bassett (Un, Double Leopards, Zaimph, Hotogitsu), and the trio moved to Brooklyn, which became his home base. Gunn played with GHQ between 2005 and 2007, during which time the band issued nine full-length recordings. While still with GHQ, Gunn issued three extremely limited-edition recordings as Moongang. These releases were created using tape manipulation, field recordings, and to a lesser extent, guitars.

In 2007 he released his first self-titled solo album on Onomato, followed almost immediately by a self-titled, self-issued CD-R. Sundowner followed in 2008 on the U.K.'s Digitalis label. In 2009, Three-Lobed (also GHQ's label) released Gunn's Boerum Palace and the

Too Early for the Hammer EP. The former -- a limited-edition LP -- sold out quickly. Later that year, End of the City, a split album with Shawn McMillen, appeared from Abandon Ship Records. Gunn's next solo guitar offering was Camel Throat, released as a cassette-only album from Germany's Meudiademorte. In 2010, Gunn and drummer John Truscinski began playing live together as the Gunn-Truscinski duo. Their debut, Sand City was issued by Three-Lobed that year, followed by a live CD-R in 2011 and Ocean Parkway in 2012.

Gunn also kept busy as a solo artist, releasing a split album with the Sun City Girls entitled Not the Spaces You Know, But Between Them, in 2011.

In 2012, the guitarist joined Kurt Vile & the Violators for a global tour, eventually returning to issue his next album, Time Off -- a trio album featuring Truscinski and bassist Justin Tripp -- for Paradise of Bachelors in the late spring of 2013. ~ Thom Jurek, Rovi
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