Washington City Paper:

Artist and musician Brendan Majewski wasn’t the first bassist offered a spot in Quix*o*tic, the defunct, doo-wop-inspired art-punk band from D.C., and he wasn’t the last to play in it before it broke up in 2002. But from 1998 to 2001, the bulk of the band’s existence, he helped Quix*o*tic build a sizable following in the District and across the country, and tour the world with legends like Sonic Youth. He later formed the sludgy New York two-piece Orphan, and crossed paths with some of indie rock’s biggest names. Majewski took his own life on Jan. 20, according to the New York City Office of the Chief Medical Examiner, leaving behind a hefty music legacy. He was 37…

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