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Amoebic Emsemble biography
Amoebic Ensemble was founded in the 1992 in Providence, Rhode Island. They originally were composed of two bass players and a percussionist under the name "Space Heater" before expanding to a chamber group and changing their name to "Ameobic Ensemble". The band consisted of trumpet player Shawn Wallace, Paige Van Antwerp on drums, Laura Gulley on violin, Steve Job on Bassoon, Matthew Everett on Mandolin and bouzouki, Johnathan Thomas playing kitchenware/cans, and Alec Redfearn composing and playing accordion when they released their first album "Limbic Rage" in 1995. The band recorded Amoebiasis in 1997 and disbanded 2 years later. Amoebic Ensemble combined the complex progressive rock with cartoon-like music and are recommended to fans of Mr. Bungle or anyone who enjoys the lighter side of Avant-prog music.

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