90 Day Men

90 Day Men were formed in 1995 in St. Louis, MO. Robert Lowe joined the group in 1997, and the band relocated to Chicago, IL. Their first recording with this line-up was the 7" single, "If You Can Bake a Cake, You Can Build a Bomb", in 1997, followed by an EP collection on Temporary Residence in 1998. They then signed to Southern Records, who released their first full-length album, (It (Is) It) Critical Band, in 2000. By this time, Andy Lansangan had joined the group on keys. Two further full-length albums, To Everybody, and Panda Park, followed in 2002 and 2004, respectively. In 2005 Lowe embarked a solo project called Lichens, and released solo material under the name Robert A. A. Lowe for a number of labels, including Kranky, Thrill Jockey, and Holy Mountain. Lowe was also in the band, Om, for a number of years. Following 90 Day Men's disbandment, guitarist Brian Case formed several acclaimed bands, including The Ponys, Disappears, and FACS. Drummer Cayce Key now plays in Bloodiest.