Biography
Magic Hour is the brainchild of Bostonian Wayne Rogers, who has released several solo albums on the Twisted Village label in the 1990s, as well as sporadically leading the garage/psychedelic band Crystalized Movements in the '80s (which managed to release five albums on Twisted Village). In 1994, the band gained recognition when Rogers and longtime guitar partner Kate Biggar were joined by Galaxie 500's rhythm section, Damon Krukowski and Naomi Yang, on drums and bass, respectively. This lineup released a string of excellent albums on Twisted Village (No Excess Is Absurd, Will They Turn You or Will They Turn on You, Secession 96) but the band was largely ignored in the press and certainly by the mainstream. Their 1994-1996 period was defined by Rogers' psychedelic guitar work, laid atop Krukowski and Yang's light-as-air and always hypnotic playing that helped make Galaxie 500's sound so beautiful. The band rarely toured, except around the New England area, and seemed content to keep releasing annual studio albums. During this period, Rogers continued to put out solo albums while Krukowski and Yang focused on running their independent book publishing company and released a second album, The Wondrous World of Damon Naomi, in 1995. The band split in 1996, though they did get back together for a one-off show in 1997. Rogers and Biggar continued to work together as Major Stars. ~ Kembrew McLeod, Rovi



 
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