Aquifer is an activist movement, a family, and a philosophy. Aquifer is also an innovative northern California hip-hop group embodied by three members, emcees Nick Bianco and Brannum Goldsmith, and emcee/super-producer Tommy Fox. The trio originally hails from the small town atmosphere of Amador County, a conservative, right-wing, "snow-globe-in-a-box" type of community. The same community that typically produces redneck cattle ranchers and rifle packing republican deer hunters, somehow managed to produce three vegan activists with a particular interest in philosophy and a knack for making rap songs. Strange, eh?
The first Aquifer album "Room for Growth" was released in April of 2008, by then duo, Aquifer (Nick Bianco and Tommy Fox). Click here to read the review of "Room for Growth" by Josh Fernandez of the Sacramento News & Review.
Now, 1 year and nearly 1000 copies of "Room for Growth" later, Aquifer is almost ready to release it's newest project "Cavendish's Papers" due out in spring of 2009.
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