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Bio: Trichotillomania began as the collaboration between Nick-Gerald Peterson and Masanori Yusa. We began with the self-imposed rule that there simply would be no "rules" aside from making music that satisfied us, in whatever fashion that was correct for the moment. We have played and composed mus...See Full Bio
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“Our Comments - What do geniuses do? Geniuses come together and combine their gifts to invent something that is entirely their own. Something that has never been seen, heard, or experienced before in any other way. They delight others with what they have brought into being, while also making others slightly envious of what they have managed to produce. They work for themselves, by themselves, and they travel in their own direction. Trichotillomania (Try-ko-till-o-mania) is an example of what geniuses do. It is a band based in San Francisco, California consisting of three multi-instrumentalists; Nick-Gerald Peterson, Masanori Benjamin Yusa, and Sam Mollica. They use many different instruments and sounds fused with brilliant lyrical songwriting to devise a genre of music that is solely theirs. (read full text @ http://www.woodbangers.com/home/trichotillomania-music-review/2014/”
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Q: What made you choose the name Trichotillomania for the band?
A: In short, the name was chosen as a metaphor for frustration. The picture painted by one pulling out one's hair, for any reason, was a potent one. This was years before this was even a marginally known disorder to many (when this was still my 'solo' project) and was a word that, for some reason, just felt right in both its meaning/connotations and simply the way it looked on a page. --NGP
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