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Chon

Chon
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Chon is a progressive math-rock band based in San Diego, California. The group was formed in 2008 by Mario Camarena (guitar), Nathan Camarena (drums), Erick Hansel (guitar, vocals), and Esiah Camarena (bass). Esiah left for a time and was replaced by Drew Pelisek, then returned in 2016.
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http://www.chonofficial.com
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Releases on file (4)
Chon — Homey Chon — Homey
(Sumerian SUM770, 2017, CD / LP / DL)
Chon — Grow Chon — Grow
(Sumerian SUM588, 2015, CD / LP / DL)
Chon — Woohoo! Chon — Woohoo!
(Bandcamp no#, 2014, CD / DL)
Chon — Newborn Sun Chon — Newborn Sun
(Bandcamp no#, 2013, CD / DL)

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