The White Octave
The White Octave formed in 1999 in Chapel Hill. Stephen was in Durham for a stint at Duke Law, and Eric from Sorry about Dresden introduced him to Lincoln at the Cradle one evening. They got the notion to rock together all night long. Soon, Lincoln's college buddy Robert joined to cement the original trio that recorded "Style No. 6312." Once the group began to write songs for the follow-up, they beefed up their sound with the addition of Finn on second guitar. The product was Menergy. The White Octave rocked their way around the eastern half of the country several times, and blew many minds. They disbanded in 2001 when Stephen returned to Omaha to practice law.
Style No. 6312
by The White Octave
Stephen Pedersen: Guild S100 Guitars, Fender and Orange Amps
Lincoln Hancock: Fender Jazz Bass, Jerry Jones BassVI, Musicman Amps
Robert Biggers: Slingerland Drums, Chamberlin, Solina
Recorded by Bob Weston at the Fidelitorium in Kernersville, October 1999. Mastered by John Golden in California.