Dan McConnell, Plasticine Porter, Kory Riesterer, Luckey X
Also known as the most unpopular band in Bloomington in the late 90s, Gravity Hill was a psychedelic folk-rock, experimental freak out known for their infrequent shows, use of fog machines and questionable special effects, and generally playing songs in just about every genre. Started in 1993, their first gig was for the fundraiser, Trailblazer, to support Bloomington's first greenway efforts. Songs and jam tapes were numerous and found with odd paintings at the Record Exchange and TDs CDs and LPs. As the owner (and member of the Plastic Cheeses) of the all-ages club Rhino's described the group, "I think they're great, but the kids just don't like them." Their last gig was in their final incarnation of McConnell, Porter and X in the summer of 1999 as a fundraiser for WFHB, which ironically, was their most well-received concert. Porter went on with solo efforts under the name of Plasticine Porter.
Luckey X - Guitar, violin, vocals
Plasticine Porter - Bass, wind instruments, vocals
Dan McConnell (Danimal) - Drums, vocals
Kory Riesterer - Guitar, vocals