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Burnside Project Origin New York City, USA Genres Electro-Pop Indie rock Years active 1999–present Labels Bar/None, Fraga Music Website Official website Members Richard Jankovich Burnside Project is a Los Angeles based electro-pop, indie rock act led by Richard Jankovich. Past members have included: Gerald Hammill, Paul Searing, Anna Bohichik and Michael Lerner among others. In 2000, Jankovich released the self-titled Burnside Project CD independently which led to interest from record labels including Bar/None, whom Jankovich signed with in 2002.[1] The album has been described as "some sort of bizarre pairing of DJ Spooky and Paul Westerberg."[2] This album was subsequently re-mastered and re-packaged for wide release in 2007 on Fraga Records. Burnside Project's Bar/None debut, The Networks, the Circuits, the Streams, the Harmonies was released in 2003. The album began charting on college radio stations across the country (including heavy rotation on Seattle’s KEXP), and received high praise in mainstream publications, earning an A- in SPIN and placement on Rolling Stone’s “Hot List.” [3] The single "Cue the Pulse to Begin", from The Networks, the Circuits, the Streams, the Harmonies, was used as the theme song to seasons 4 and 5 of the US TV series Queer as Folk. "Cue The Pulse To Begin" also became a top 10 radio hit in Japan when "Networks" was released on Sony/DefSTAR in 2004. The band toured the country in support of the release in Summer of 2004. The follow-up album in 2006, The Finest Example is You, featured the singles "And So It Goes" and "One to One." Entertainment Weekly proclaimed The Finest Example is You “an apt title, since their songs are great examples of where indie rock should be headed."[4] Burnside Project hasn't performed live since April, 2006.[5] In 2005, bandleader Richard Jankovich also began making a name for himself remixing and producing under the name Pocket. To date, he has release "pocket mixes" for Joanna Newsom, Elk City, Mendoza Line, Antony & The Johnsons, Eskobar, Cat Power, Dirty on Purpose and Of Montreal. Pocket (musician) began releasing a series of singles in 2009. On January 26, 2010, Burnside Project released "Congratulations" a benefit single and announced that all proceeds would be donated to Doctors Without Borders Haiti Relief Fund.[6] Contents 1 Discography 2 External links 3 Notes Discography 2000: Burnside Project 2003: The Networks, the Circuits, the Streams, the Harmonies 2005: The Finest Example Is You 2007: Burnside Project - Digitally Remastered 2010: Congratulations External links Official Burnside Project site Burnside Project on Myspace Official Pocket Mix site Bar-None Burnside Project Page Notes ^ "Burnside Project Bio at Bar-None Website" ^ "Burnside Project Bio at Bar-None Website" ^ "Burnside Project Bio at Bar-None Website", ^ "Burnside Project Newsletter" ^ "Burnside Project Website" ^ "Burnside Project Website"