Found Audio is comprised of fifty fingers and ten palms, five livers, four mouths, four legs, and brain matter.  With these extremities/organs, Found Audio manipulates man made wooden and metal instruments to make sound, through electricity or pure violent force. 

In 2011, Found Audio broke the world record for fastest recorded album in history.  This album was Chalk.  It has a play-time of 47 minutes, and it was written, practiced, recorded, mixed, mastered, printed, sold, and shipped in 19 seconds.

In 2012, Found Audio started recorded their second album.  They traveled around the world to attempt to record each part of the album in a different city.  During a stint in Lisbon, while setting up the microphones for a drum kit made of elephant bones, pigeon skins, and re-appropriated copper from an abandoned historical landmark, the boom of one mic stand slowly turned ninety degrees in place, and, with the weight of a Neuman U47 hanging feet from the center of the stand,  it all came down hard on the face of the laptop they were using to record everything.  

They started the recording process again, this time keeping to their home city of Boston.  In 2015,  after two years of recording on a laptop located in a steel roll-box, the album is finished. 

Locomotive Earth.  Release date to be announced soon.  











John Bragg- Mouth, Microphone, Fingers, Palms, Guitar, Leg, Distortions

Linnea Herzog - Mouth, Microphone, Fingers, Palms, Bass Guitar, Leg, Distortions

Charlie Ray - Mouth, Microphone, Fingers, Keys

Brendan O'Brien - Mouth, Microphone, Fingers, Palms, Banjo

Denny Kennedy - Fingers, Palms, Sticks, Legs, Drums