The solo project of Californian-born, Portland-based Owen Ashworth, Casiotone for the Painfully Alone began life in 1997 with debut Answering Machine Music emerging in 1999. Answering Machine... was re-issued by Tomlab in 2001, the same year as Ashworth's second LP Pocket Symphonies for Lonesome Subway Cars. Twinkle Echo followed in 2003 and Etiquette in '06 with another three years falling before the fifth Casiotone album - Vs. Children - came out, preceeded by the bits and bobs collection Advance Base Battery Life.
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After recently falling in love with the new Papercut’s album, You Can Have What You Want, this writer delved a little deeper into frontman Jason Quever’s work and discovered that he has collaborated considerably with his long-time buddy, Owen Ashworth, the man behind Casiotone for...
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