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Papercuts is an American indie pop project centered on San Francisco songwriter/producer Jason Robert Quever.
Born in Arcata, California, Quever moved to the bay area during grade school, living in various places until settling in San Francisco. He began making home recordings after buying a four-track recording desk at the age of 15, and his first work as an engineer/producer was on Cass McCombs' Not the Way EP in 2002. The first official release as Papercuts was 2004's Mockingbird (on Oaklands Antenna Farm Records). The band's next two albums, Can't Go Back (2007) and You Can Have What You Want (2009), were released on the Gnomonsong label, before the band signed with Sub Pop records in 2010, releasing the Fading Parade album in 2011.
Quever has his own home studio which he calls the "Pan American Recording Studio", where he has recorded or mixed work by local artists including