Duster's lo-fi sonic explorations didn't find much of an audience when they first began operations in the late '90s. Their two albums and various other recordings were home-recorded, spaced-out, and just a little too late for the slowcore movement. They were also on the fringes of noise rock and emo, but never fully became part of a scene. Maybe that's why once the group ceased working together, their legend began to slowly grow until by the late 2010s their long out-of-print albums were fetching large sums and quite a few bands were singing their praises. After a long time working on other projects, and occasionally together, Duster reconvened in 2018 to record new music -- 2019's self-titled album -- and play shows in support of the career-spanning box set Capsule Losing Contact. The San Jose, California band formed in 1996 as a ...
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