Music / Curve
English alternative group comprised of singer-songwriter Toni Halliday and guitarist/producer/everything else Dean Garcia. Their music is best categorized as Shoegazing
; their best-known song is likely "Chinese Burn" from their 1998 album Come Clean
, which was prominently featured in the Buffy the Vampire Slayer
episode "Bad Girls" and used as the intro music for the Season 3 DVD menus. Active from 1991 to 1994, and again from 1996 to 2005.
Both Halliday and Garcia have since formed new bands, Chatelaine and SPC ECO, respectively.
- Doppelganger (1992)
- Pubic Fruit (1992, EP compilation)
- Cuckoo (1993)
- Come Clean (1998)
- Open Day at the Hate Fest (2001, album-length compilation of new music, online only)note
- Gift (2001)note
- The New Adventures of Curve (2002, online only)
- The Way of Curve (2004, Greatest Hits Album)
- Rare & Unreleased (2010, a compilation of rare tracks and remixes, via Bandcamp)
Tropes associated with Curve include: