In the Eventide Album, The Nimoys let the lyrics begin to fall away in favor for complex beats and atmospheric narrative. This album was produced in 2003 in Manhattan and Los Angeles. At the San Francisco Academy of Art, the song "Windshield Flakes" was used by artist Juan Carlos Anorga in "Wormy Worms," a 30 second spot for a kid''s TV channel. "Beating" is a film score Marc did for Li Xu (2002), a clever dark short film about a man driven to insanity by the beating of his murder victim''s heart, produced at the UCLA department of Design | Media Arts.
Josh and Marc Nimoy were raised in Los Angeles California. Marc is majoring in music at UCLA while working on film scores, teaching guitar, and doing experimental electronic performance. Josh is a new media artist, working in design and media research, while attending Interactive Telecommunications Program at the Tisch School of Arts in New York University. The brothers have been creating music together since they were very little, stemming from a need to communicate with each other and with the world around them.
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