Organized Mess began in 2005 when guitarists Mark Ronning and Ryan Dugan put their heads together and considered the idea of a band. But there was a problem: Who would be a drummer? Although there were originally two members considered, Connor Borgmier was accepted into the band. They played at their school's talent show and at a local custard shop to gain more attention.
Eight years later, the band is still around, but bigger and better than ever. They continue to write music, expanding their songwriting talents. They added Caroline Roe as a bassist to the well-matured band and recorded some demos that eventually turned into a full-length studio album, "Blueshift," released July of 2013. The record draws from different eras of the bands existence. It is available at most online music stores, including Spotify, CD Baby, iTunes, and their SoundCloud page.
A new LP is in the works as well, tentatively titled "The Mountain," a concept album and a new venture into the band's songwriting abilities. It is mid-production as of early 2014, and is set to release at the end the year. [+]
Created: March 8, 2016, 1:16 p.m.
Last Modified: June 6, 2016, 4:01 a.m.