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About Pas/Cal

Taking shape in the midst of Detroit's garage rock revival, Pas/Cal's delicate pop sensibility made them a bit of an anomaly in their hometown when they formed in November, 2000. Vocalist and songwriter Casimer Pascal, guitarist Gene Corduroy, bassist Nathaniel Burgundy and drummer "Little" Tommy Daniels formed the group's early line-up and signed with Le Grand Magistery Records for their debut EP, The Handbag Memoirs. Two more EPs followed: 2004's Oh Honey, We're Ridiculous and 2006's Dear Sir.

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Taking shape in the midst of Detroit's garage rock revival, Pas/Cal's delicate pop sensibility made them a bit of an anomaly in their hometown when they formed in November, 2000. Vocalist and songwriter Casimer Pascal, guitarist Gene Corduroy, bassist Nathaniel Burgundy and drummer "Little" Tommy Daniels formed the group's early line-up and signed with Le Grand Magistery Records for their debut EP, The Handbag Memoirs. Two more EPs followed: 2004's Oh Honey, We're Ridiculous and 2006's Dear Sir.

About Pas/Cal

Taking shape in the midst of Detroit's garage rock revival, Pas/Cal's delicate pop sensibility made them a bit of an anomaly in their hometown when they formed in November, 2000. Vocalist and songwriter Casimer Pascal, guitarist Gene Corduroy, bassist Nathaniel Burgundy and drummer "Little" Tommy Daniels formed the group's early line-up and signed with Le Grand Magistery Records for their debut EP, The Handbag Memoirs. Two more EPs followed: 2004's Oh Honey, We're Ridiculous and 2006's Dear Sir.

About Pas/Cal

Taking shape in the midst of Detroit's garage rock revival, Pas/Cal's delicate pop sensibility made them a bit of an anomaly in their hometown when they formed in November, 2000. Vocalist and songwriter Casimer Pascal, guitarist Gene Corduroy, bassist Nathaniel Burgundy and drummer "Little" Tommy Daniels formed the group's early line-up and signed with Le Grand Magistery Records for their debut EP, The Handbag Memoirs. Two more EPs followed: 2004's Oh Honey, We're Ridiculous and 2006's Dear Sir.