I Kid You Not
I Kid You Not was released on July 1, 2003.
It was a lo-fi experiment which blended punk attitude, some sonic experimentation, subtle humor, and even some forays into hip-hop. It was voted the number 10 best album in the Village Voice “Pazz and Jop” poll.
This Is Worth Something
Diane Marie Kloba’s first solo effort, This Is Worth Something was a DIY effort produced under the stage name TAFKAD in 2001 and sold at shows. The CD is out of print, but the tracks are now available for free listening on soundcloud.
The Silent Workers: Quark
In 1997, as a member of The Silent Workers, Diane Marie Kloba contributed vocals, guitars and songwriting to their sole full length album release, Quark. Although the band has been on hiatus for several years, all the band members helped out in sessions for her early solo albums.