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Animals In Human Attire is a muti-member Indie Rock band from Milwaukee, WI.

Animals In Human Attire was originally started by Jack Tell in early fall of 2009. The project started as an output for Jack’s solo folk material while he attended college in Madison WI earning a degree in Audio Enginnering. During the first few months the band went threw several incarnations of members as they began to perform & record new material. Quickly Jack found that his project had taken upon a new life with multiple new members contributing to his songwriting & musical direction.

After playing across the Midwest for a year, AIHA began to independently produce their first album. The self-title release was record at DNA studios in Madison by the gang’s very own guitar player, Justin Christopher Zander. Justin also took on the role of mixing the album. Animals In Human Attire now consisted of several new songs written by the entire band with a mixture of Jacks early work. Sense the albums release, AIHA has begun writing songs for their follow up record, and it is expected soon. The band continues to play around Wisconsin & the surrounding midwest states.

Several members of Animals In Human Attire also perform on occassion as Myles Coyne & The Rusty Nickel Band. AIHA bass player Myles Coyne dawns the role of lead songwriter & coordinator for the project. This incarnation provides the band with an alternate style of music, a pleseant mix of Folk and Pop music, and a few different members. The gang has been recording a record over the course of the last year. Myles Coyne & The Rusty Nickel Band is set to for a summer release in August 20011.


Jack Tell: Vocals/Acoustic & Electric Guitar
Myles Coyne: Bass/Keys
Brett Harvey: Drums
Justin Miller: Buckets/Pots & Pan/Percussion
Justin Christopher Zander: Electric Guitar
Nathan Toth: Percussion/Synth/Glock
Kasen Rumpf: Violin
Cassidy J. David-Webber: Cowbell/Tambourine

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