Crime in Choir

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Crime In Choir
Origin San Francisco, California
Genres Instrumental
Progressive rock
Math Rock
Years active 2000 – present
Labels Omnibus, Frenetic, Moorworks, Gold Standard Labs
Members Kenny Hopper
Jesse Reiner
Jarrett Wrenn
Tim Soete
Matt Waters
Jonathan Skaggs
Warren Huegel
Past members Zach Hill
Ian Hill
Carson McWhirter
Jeff Hunt

San Francisco quintet Crime In Choir are an instrumental progressive rock band, comparable to Faust, Goblin, Magma, Soft Machine, etc. Founded in 2000, Crime In Choir released their previous full-length releases on Frenetic Records (2004’s The Hoop) and Omnibus (2002’s self-titled debut), respectively. The band’s third full-length, Trumpery Metier, was recorded by Tim Green, and is their first release for Gold Standard Labs. The band includes two original members of At the Drive-In, guitarist Jarrett Wrenn and bassist Kenny Hopper.

On September 13, 2007, Crime in Choir performed at the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art accompanied by light projections by visual artist, Anthony McCall.

Crime in Choir's fourth release, "Gift Givers" was released on 22 January 2009[1] on Kill Shaman Records - their previous label (Gold Standard Labs) closed its doors in October 2007.

Current members

Former members


  • Crime in Choir — 2002 (Omnibus)
  • The Hoop — 2004 (Frenetic) 2005 (Moorworks, Japan)
  • Trumpery Metier — 2006 (Gold Standard Labs)
  • Gift Givers - 2009 (Kill Shaman)


Official Crime in Choir website:

  1. ^ "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 2009-01-29. Retrieved 2009-01-24.

External links

  • Official site
  • Crime in Choir at MySpace
  • SFWeekly profile

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