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Thirtythree was formed in the Summer of 2011 with a goal to explore and create the most multifaceted music within their ability. The four-piece consisted of several experienced musicians: Alex O'Neill on drums, Josh Ramsey on keyboards, Josh Huntley on bass and Tyler Adcock on guitar. The addition of a second guitarist later that year, Jay Jewell, enhanced the band's output and fueled the spinning kaleidoscope of intriguing expression they were seeking. Due to personal matters that resulted in Tyler's permanent separation from the band in early 2012, Thirtythree was never able to take this five-piece to the live stage. Jay then became the only guitarist, the band adapted and overcame the disparity of a lost member and the overall cohesion of the group became very tight with no loss of energy or tonal quality as a result. Thirtythree possesses an aggressively wide mixture of inspiration that leads to a very unpredictable writing style; enjoying the weave through odd-time signatures and psychedelic patterns, often confusing listeners into enjoyment.