fusetron

recent arrivals/ news/ everything/ list of labels/ list of artists/ specials/ second-hand/ contact


by artist / 0-9    A    B    C    D    E    F    G    H    I    J    K    L    M    N    O    P    Q    R    S    T    U    V    W    X    Y    Z    V/A \   by label

Artist: JUSTICE YELDHAM
Title: s/t
Format: Picture Disc LP
Label: Dual Plover
Country: Australia
Price: $14.00
"Twenty-six minutes of whats been described as "a trumpet player trapped in a two dimensional universe." JUSTICE YELDHAM ecstatically purses his lips against sheets of amplified glass and throat sings, raspberries, and performs any kind of vocalization he can think of in between. Strangely controlled, oddly musical, simple, original, and bloody. Four tracks: "180211" (recorded live at Serial Space, Sydney); "Buzzies" and "Black Knight Cleans Bright" (both recorded January 2012); and "March of the Bodypumpers" (recorded 2009, previously available as mp3 download via Wire magazine)." - Dual Plover.

Artist: JUSTICE YELDHAM
Title: Popped in the Head All the Time Now
Format: 12"
Label: Feeding Tube
Country: USA
Price: $18.00
"Justice Yeldham is the performing handle of Lucas Abela of Sydney, Australia. For the last five or so years, Justice has taken Iggy Pops early 70s experiments with glass-as-instrument to whole new vistas of bloody ruin. Where the Ig saw glass as something merely to shatter and slash with (rendering old Ben Franklins experiments with his "Amonica" quaint in the process), Justice uses shatterage as the capstone to a whole new quasimusical way of life. Yeldham takes salvaged sheets of glass and contact mics them, runs them through electronics, and blows the ever-loving shit out of them. Someone described him as "a trumpet player trapped in a two-dimensional universe" (to parse this reference, see Edwin Abbotts Flatland), and that sorta captures the gestalt of his performance style. Of course, the sound is something else again. Keeping the trumpet concept in focus, this record sounds like (your favorite trumpeters name here) attempting to blow the fever out of Lou Reed shortly after hed been bitten by a horse. Which means it has some of the same gaseous quality as most solo brass-qua-brass records, but it also seems have been processed through the diseased body of some former member of The Primitives. Originally recorded as part of the soundtrack to a film by Vincent Moon, Popped in the Head All the Time Now is sure to make 300 movie haters very, very happy." - Feeding Tube

by artist / 0-9    A    B    C    D    E    F    G    H    I    J    K    L    M    N    O    P    Q    R    S    T    U    V    W    X    Y    Z    V/A \   by label