|Genres No-fi, Lo-fi.|
Labels Chute Records
Record label Deceptive Records
|Years active 1991–present|
Genre Lo-fi music
|Associated acts White Leather Club
The Hate Foundation
Man Without Machines
A Super Sound Single
The Grand Gestures
Bob Flambé & The Atoms of Desire
Members Jan Burnett Alan Cormack Barry Gibson Adam Lockhart Graeme Ogston
Origin Dundee, United Kingdom (1991)
Albums Garden Leave, Victor, Spare Snare
Similar Number One Cup, Majesty Crush, Kid Canaveral, The Delgados, The Hazey Janes
Bugs spare snare
Spare Snare is a lo-fi band from Dundee, Scotland
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- Singles and non album songs
Founded in the very early 90s the band have released 10 albums to date, mostly on their own Chute Records. They have also recorded 4 John Peel Sessions. In the 1995 John Peel Festive 50, the band were number 32 with Bugs. Spare Snare have been cited as an influence on acts such as Snow Patrol and the Fence Collective. Spare Snare was also voted as the 46th best Scottish band of all time,.
Spare Snare released their 9th album "Victor" in June 2010, which was voted the 19th Best Scottish Album of 2010. The band made two rare live appearances at the Fence Collective Homegame festival in Anstruther and Tigerfest in Dunfermline in 2010. A live session was performed for the Marc Riley BBC 6Music radio show on 16 July 2009.
Spare Snare released their 10th album titled "Our Jazz" in April 2013, which was voted the 7th Best Scottish Album of 2013.
Spare snare bugs at king tuts
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Singles and non-album songs
This table shows all songs released as singles, and other songs that do not appear on Spare Snare studio albums.
Wired For SoundSpare Snare · 1995
Skateboard Punk RockerSpare Snare · 1995
Super SlinkySpare Snare · 1995