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Lights Out Asia Origin Milwaukee, Wisconsin Genres Post-rock Downtempo Electronica Shoegaze Years active 2003 - present Labels n5MD (US), Zankyo (Japan) Website Official Website Members Mike Ystad Chris Schafer Mike Rush Lights Out Asia is a Milwaukee, Wisconsin based post-rock and ambient band that formed in February 2003. Contents 1 History 2 Band members 2.1 Current members 3 Discography 3.1 Albums 3.2 Compilations 4 External links // History Lights Out Asia is an ambient musical project that was formed in February 2003 when Chris Schafer and Mike Ystad, themselves members of Aurore Rien, had considered to work on music together. Over the next few years, they would begin to record in various places. From bedrooms to basements, to living rooms and outdoors, the duo had finally written and mastered enough material for a full length album. The album would soon be come known as, 'Garmonia', Lights Out Asia's first documented recording as a band. 'Garmonia' found itself in the willing arms of Sun Sea Sky Productions, and Lights Out Asia found themselves ready to play live shows. Asking for the services of fellow friend and musical talent of Mike Rush on the bass guitar, Lights Out Asia began to develop their live performance and accustom themselves to the musical scene. When not busy playing to a live group of avid listeners, the band continues to write and record material for a follow-up release. Band members Current members Mike Ystad : Electronics Chris Schafer: Guitar, Vox Mike Rush : Guitar, Bass Discography Albums Garmonia (Sun Sea Sky, 2003) Tanks and Recognizers (n5MD, 2007) Eyes Like Brontide (n5MD, 2008) In The Days of Jupiter (n5MD, 2010) Compilations Test Tones Vol. 4 (Clairecords, 2005) - "Knock Knock" Little Darla Has A Treat For You Vol.25 (Darla Records, 2007) - "Airports, Crying Airplanes" Emerging Organisms Vol.2 (Tympanik Audio, 2008) - "Outstretched To The Middle Of The Sky" One Five Zero (n5MD, 2009) - "Psiu! Puxa!" External links Official Website Band MySpace Interview with the band on Headphone Commute