About Canterbury Effect
| Canterbury Effect's excessive listening of Small Brown Bike, Hot Water Music, and Get Up Kids back in the late 90's forced the shift from their slick-punk rock project, Proposition 153, to what we know them as today, Canterbury Effect. Influenced by these and other early emo bands of the mid to late 90's (Waxwing, Sunny Day Real Estate, The Appleseed Cast, Texas Is the Reason, to name a few) Canterbury Effect brought something mostly, if not wholly, new to the shores of the Wabash River.
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Forming in 1998, Canterbury Effect has had a rich history. After self-releasing three popular demos, the band entered the studio in Lawrence, KS with uber-producer Ed Rose (Brandtson, Emery, Appleseed Cast) to lay down their critically praised debut "An Exercise In Humility" released by Pluto Records in 2001. The band continued their rough-around-the-edges appeal as they released their latest EP, "Every Piece Of Me", in 2003 also on Pluto Records. Canterbury Effect simply puts down music that is inspiring, real, and constantly evolving into something new.