HUMANWINE formed in New England in 2001 officially announced their hiatus January 1st 2013 when Holly Brewer announced her new band The Folks Below. They reformed in 2015 with the announcement of a forthcoming album. Holly Brewer and [email protected] McNiss Co-created Nervous Relatives Records formed in the summer of 2001. Kalifornia was released May 2005, followed by the 2006 EP Rivolta Silenziosa , both with the eLabel Cordless Recordings, started by the founder of Elektra, Jac Holzman. In the summer of 2007 when Cordless merged with Ryko HUMANWINE split off from Cordless Recordings, releasing Fighting Naked with their own label Nervous Relatives Records. May 2009 Mass Exodus EP was released with Nervous Relatives Records in anticipation of their first full length album in over two years Mass Exodus , released October 2009 Nervous Relatives Records. In October 2007 Holly Brewer and [email protected] McNiss started Recycled Movement; a lifestyle "using 'trash' as a means to survive", both admittedly had a childhood dream of living in a bus McNiss and Brewer lived in a 72 Passenger School Bus having converted the vehicle to run off used/waste vegetable oil (WVO) as well as the original diesel system.The interior of the bus was built to mimic a cabin using discarded/donated materials. In January 2015 Holly Brewer and [email protected] announced on humanwine.org, twitter and facebook the reformation and announced the recording of their fourth studio album entitled æther. www.humanwine.org Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply.