Justin Wood and occasional others.
MOUTH DAKOTA since 2005 has been the lo-fi music project of Justin Wood with roots running deep in Northwest Indiana and Chicago land. His debut album â€˜Vladimir The Platypusâ€™ (2006) was a collection of various home recordings, mostly analog based and recorded on a 4-track. Very few original copies are in circulation but the digital files are available on Bandcamp and Soundcloud for free. On Bandcamp you can read a short story about each song if you click on individual songs. MOUTH DAKOTAâ€™s second album â€˜The Returning Levellersâ€™ (2009) is a much larger and eclectic collection of home recordings spanning three years, and packed full of life stories from childhood and beyond, which is also currently available digitally on Soundcloud. Shortly after â€˜The Returning Levellersâ€™, a musical collaboration was formed between Justin and longtime friend David Gapinski to write, record, and produce the project ,TWO DARK TRIANGLES â€˜The Demise Of The Wildebeestâ€™, an album that sincerely touches on death, relationships, and the death of relationships. You can find this album on Bandcamp for free as well. Thanks!