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Daniel Anderson (musician)

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Role  Musician
Name  Daniel Anderson
Years active  1990–present
Occupation(s)  Musician

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Born  March 3, 1986 (age 29) Bellingham, Washington, U.S. (1986-03-03)
Origin  Bellingham, Washington, U.S.
Instruments  Vocals Guitar Keyboards Programming Banjo Accordion Bass
Associated acts  Idiot Pilot The Ghost and the Grace Glowbug Hyro Da Hero
Music groups  Glowbug (Since 2010), Idiot Pilot
Albums  Strange We Should Meet Here, Wolves, Headhunters
Genres  Alternative rock, Post-hardcore, Experimental music, Electronica, Indie rock
Similar People  Glowbug, Idiot Pilot, Hyro da Hero, Paul Hinojos, Cody Votolato

Birth name  Daniel Robert Anderson

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Daniel Robert Anderson (born March 3, 1986) is an American musician and record producer, and one of the founding members of the alternative rock band Idiot Pilot and dance/electronic band Glowbug. He is a multi-instrumentalist and provides vocals. Anderson also contributes a track, without a moniker, to the Pacific Northwest electronic music compilation titled "Cumulous".

In 2010, Anderson officially held the fifth highest score ever recorded on Nintendo Tetris. He has a brief cameo in the season 8 episode of CSI: New York, "Kill Screen", which is about competitive gaming.

Recently, Anderson recorded guitar on rapper Hyro Da Hero's upcoming album, Birth, School, Work, Death. The Ross Robinson (producer of At the Drive-In, Slipknot, Korn, Glassjaw, Norma Jean, The Blood Brothers) produced album also features Paul Hinojos (of at the Drive-In, Sparta, The Mars Volta), Mark Gajadhar and Cody Votolato (of The Blood Brothers).

On October 14, 2010, Anderson released an EP of electronic and dance music under the moniker, Glowbug.

In late 2013, Anderson announced a musical collaboration with Lourdes Hernández of Russian Red, called Spectorize.


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