Beehive » Biography
Beehive began while Beats and Miller were studying neurobiology together at the University of Washington. Not long after they’d finished their studies, the two realized a musical career was in their future.
They started to record songs that they wrote together in a back-and-forth process, each layering on some new idea, melody or riff. Eventually, they took their work public, and found themselves performing at clubs and festivals throughout the Pacific Northwest. Their high energy live shows earned them a devoted following, and they started to get radio airplay with the release of Cycle A. “Kaiser So-Say,”, an instrumental track that’s included on Operation Artichoke, as well as the songs, “Fear”, “Love I Know” “One” and “Oath of Gold” from the Demo “Cycle A” were licensed for MTV on the shows The Real World, Road Rules, and Cheyenne.
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