The Snodgrass

The Snodgrass Jordan Snodgrass is a San Diego native, imputor? co-founder, disgruntled ex-indie rocker, and gratuate of UCSD with a degree in cognitive science with specialization in computation. Rather than spending those 4 years getting toasted and perfecting his hackey sack skills, this freak spent those years researching the effects of monotonous drum beats on brainwaves. Sadistically forcing subjects to sit in isolation chambers and listen to both monotonous and arrhythmical drum beats for 20 minutes straight was his forte. He has been known to use his findings in mind control experiments with his music, as witnessed on his recent remix work for local San Diego buddies Tristeza ("Mixed Signals"), Ilya, and Via Satellite, as well as a compilation appearance along side artists such as Electric Company, DJ Spooky, Leafcutter John, Joseph Nothing, Languis, OST, Dntel, + a ton more. Snodgrass has shared the stage with: Randomnumber, Dntel, Hrvatski, Hecate, Greg Davis, Fax, Thingy, The Spacewurm, Languis, IQU, Ursula 1000, FCS North, The Album Leaf, + more. Currently working on his debut release titled "It Takes A Nation of Indie Rockers to Hold Me Back."

Yellow Brick Road: Vista -> Oceanside -> La Jolla -> Mira Mesa -> North Park -> University Heights -> North Park
Gang Affiliations: Rocketracer, Tigerstyle, Simball
Favorite Salad Dressing: Ranch w/ crutons & bacon bits
Undergarment of Choice: Boxers
Total Stitches Lifetime: 5

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Source Article Date Scan
San Diego City Beat How dancing in rock became uncool 2003-01-22  
San Diego City Beat #3 San Diego music cats pick their top three at Street Scene 2002 2002-09-04 Destiny's Child 2002-05-02  
Delusions of Adequacy Tristeza - Mixed Signals Review 2002-03-25 Tristeza - Mixed Signals Review 2002-02-07  
SLAMM Magazine #176 Tristeza - Mixed Signals Review 2002-01-30  
Resonance Magazine #28 Enjoying The Art Of Hype 2001-02-01 view