Physics (3)

Physics (3)

Physics was an instrumental band from San Diego, California started by John Goff and Denver Lucas in late 1993 out of the ashes of Johnny Superbad & the Bulletcatchers and closely involved with Crash Worship. Featuring a rotating cast of guest musicians but mainly comprised of Jeff Coad on synths, Jason Soares, Rob Crow, and Travis Nelson on guitars, Ryan Jencks on guitar/violin, and Matt Lorenz on A/V projections. This early incarnation came to be known as the "Black Period". Mainly inspired by theories in Quantum Physics and Eastern Mysticism. Physics was musically influenced by Krautrock, Minimalism, early Doom/Drone, NYC No-wave, Japanese Noise and Electronic Kosmische, though were often associated with the Math Rock genre. After the untimely death of Denver Lucas in the mid 90s, the Physics personnel underwent numerous changes until resulting in Will Goff on bass and Cameron Jones on drums which was later known as the "Gray Period", then ultimately the "White Period".

After Physics dissolved in 2000, Jason Soares and Jeff Coad went on to form the more electronic-based Aspects Of Physics, with two releases on the imputor label. Will and John Goff went on to form the electronic band SSI.

Physics (3) Discography


Gravity 34 Physics (3) Physics²(CD, Album) Gravity (2) Gravity 34 US 1998 Sell This Version
GSL 25 Physics (3) 2.7.98(CD, Album) Gold Standard Laboratories GSL 25 US 2001 Sell This Version

Singles & EPs

dp002 Physics (3) "Black" 7"(7") Dagon Productions Audio Autism dp002 US 1994 Sell This Version


FJ-006 Physics (3) Physics¹(CD, Comp) Flapping Jet Records FJ-006 US 1997 Sell This Version
none Physics (3) MP3-CDR(CDr, CD-ROM, Comp) Mp3it none US 1999 Sell This Version


NR LTD 002 Physics (3) 1999-11-21(CD, Ltd, Num) Neurot Recordings NR LTD 002 US 2002 Sell This Version

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