Space. Spaced. Spacey.
These are words often associated with Drown Culture. Started around 2001 by Dallas Campbell as a solo side project to Wheeling-based bands Killed at Camp and The Minus Tide, Drown Culture later caught on as a full band. My Best Advice for Intergalactic Trading from 2002 is the first release from the band, which in all has produced no less than six self-released records. Heavy on keyboards, computer-produced effects, a pulsed snare drum and spooky vocals, the concept of the band is scientific, futuristic and from out of this world. Band members (which have featured former The Minus Tide members Rosie Campbell and David Klug) call themselves "agents" and reading a couple lines from the band's bio gives you an idea: