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Arts & Entertainment - August 10, 2012

Taking it easy on the Peninsula

Suburban pace suits indie-rock band just fine

by Nick Veronin

Just north of Highway 101, tucked into the back corner of a squat, unassuming strip of Mountain View office space, Andrew Heine hunches over the piano, listing slightly to the quick rhythm of Ramon Esquivel's kick, snare and high-hat; and to the bouncy, rapid punches of Jared Milos' bass guitar. Heine tickles the keys, coaxing out chords and melodic accents that dance around the beat, linking with Ryan Kingsmith's acoustic guitar work, swinging about in the higher registers, as he croons in a quiet, gravely voice.

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Nick Veronin is a staff writer at the Mountain View Voice, one of the Weekly's sister papers.

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