The concert will be recorded as part of a documentary by filmmaker Eric Mahoney, a Dayton native now based in Brooklyn.
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Brainiac formed in Dayton in January 1992 with Tim Taylor (vocals, guitar), Juan Monasterio (bass), Tyler Trent (drums) and guitarist Michelle Bodine who was replaced by John Schmersal in 1994.
Tim Taylor, lead singer for Brainiac, pictured in 1995 at Lollapalooza. Taylor was killed in a car accident in 1997. (ARCHIVE IMAGE)
On the heels of opening for Beck on a European tour, tragedy struck the band as they were on the verge of signing with a major label.
Taylor died on May 23, 1997 when his 1977 Mercedes crashed into a pole on Main Street in Dayton.
He was just blocks from his home.
More than $44,500 has been raised to support Mahoney’s movie project.
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The documentary features Steve Albini, Wayne Coyne, Buzz Osbourne, Cedric Bixler, David Yow, Eli Janney, Fred Armisen, Jim O'Rourke, Gregg Foreman, Linda Taylor, Trent, Bodine, Schmersal, Monasterio and others.
Brainiac, (left to right) Tim Taylor, John Schmersal, Juan Monasterio and Tyler Trent, pictured in a mid- 90s UK promo photo. CONTRIBUTED