Stephen Malkmus Poster


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Overview (2)

Born in Santa Monica, California, USA
Height 6' (1.83 m)

Mini Bio (2)

Stepehen Malkmus grew up in Stockton, California. It was there he met Scott Kannberg with whom he would later form the band Pavement. In the 1980's, Stepehn went off to college at the University of Virginai. It was there that he met Bob Nastanovich and David Berman. The three would form the band the Silver Jews and Nasanovich was later asked to join Pavement. In 1991, Pavement relased "Slanted and Enchanted" which is one of the all time great 'indie-rock' records to ever have been released. Other Pavement Albums include 1994's "Crooked Rain, Crooked Rain," 95's "Wowee Zowee," and 97's "Brighten the Corners." Earlier Pavement material was compiled and released on "Westing."

- IMDb Mini Biography By: Ian Wolfe<kwanza@softhome.net>

On November 15, 2000, Stephen Malkmus played his first show with his new band known as the Jicks, in his hometown of Portland, Oregon. The show was mostly covers, but the Jicks eventually recorded original songs and released an album under Stephen Malkmus's name. Stephen Malkmus's self-titled album was released on February 13, 2001. The follow-up album was more of a band effort and is credited to "Stephen Malkmus and the Jicks". The sophmore album is titled "Pig Lib" and will be released on March 18, 2003.

- IMDb Mini Biography By: Allen Coleman

Trivia (1)

Stephen is singer/guitarist for Pavement.

Personal Quotes (4)

[on the group lifestyle] I'm a band monogamist [for] practical reasons. It's like, when you're married you live longer. It's better for your health. It keeps things less complicated.
In my opinion, real punk bands should break up after one album. Philosophically that would be the best thing. But it's in the declaration of punk independence to not be a bloated rock star where you end up in a limo. You pick something and then end it.
[observation 2014, on the nostalgic tone of recent recordings] I was just trying to make songs that were kind of catchy and not boring. Three of the songs on 'Wig Out at Jagbags' are about nostalgia specifically. They're more like directly referencing what I love about the music I hear. The rush that you feel when that music connects with your soul. Like young love or the first time you do heroin.
I can pretty much come up with anything if you give me time. Just like a monkey with a typewriter, you know - something good could come up eventually.

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