Again I have no info on this very Zappa influenced band – I remember the band name and vaguely think they were a west philly band but that’s it. This is a live on WKDU set I assume on Jackie’s show but I’m not even sure of that.
If anyone has more info on this band please send it to me. (Thanks)
I included some of Judith’s songs with the split 7″ with Revologic, this is a demo tape release by Marc from Revologic’s Not one red cent tape series.
This was the Nov 1995 Cassingle of the Month. Tracks 1 & 3 were recorded at reveLodge by Marc (b guitars and b. vocals too.) on Tascam 8-track. Tracks 2 & 4 were recorded at home on boombox by Judith.
If you have not make sure you check out Judith’s Art site..
Jekyll & Hyde featured Garland Monroe from Carnival Of Shame on guitar and vocals. I don’t remember who the other members were. They didn’t release anything but might have recorded a demo. On this live show they are playing some Carnival Of Shame songs plus new stuff.
One of my all-time favorite bands to see live The Cows, were one of the best of the 90’s Amphetamine Reptile bands. I never taped any of their shows probably so I could just enjoy the show. Luckily Don Sheluga (THANKS) did tape them twice from the Khyber one from November 90 and another from October 92. Sorry I didn’t do that well with the song titles -I’ll try to fix them later.
Half of a live from WKDU in studio on Jackie’s show and two demo tapes from late 80’s early 90’s Philly band Ashtray. They were Joe Leifheit – (guitar, vocals), Sarah Howls – (bass, vocals), Steve Fujita – (guitar) & Bill Bussone – (drums). Ashtray also released a 7″ and cd that I will try to add at some point later. Plus they have a song on the Rave Recods comp – Please! Don’t Lick the Walls.
I remember this band name and most likely saw them at some point back in the 90s but I have no info on them. After listening to this I’m surprised I wasn’t more into them back then. They would have fit in well with lots of bands liked then like Polvo, Seam, Bastro, etc.
A.P.P.L.E. is an influential anarchist peace punkband, formed in New York City circa 1984. Influenced by U.K bands like Crass, Flux Of Pink Indians, and D.I.R.T. It was founded by brother and sister Vinny Apple and Jae Apple. Other former members of A.P.P.L.E. have included Mike Millet, Mickey Malignant, Javier Madriaga, Josh K., Mike G., Joe, and new member Chuck. The and slowly faded away. Jae’s vocals, in particular, have bore distinct comparability to ’60s American rock band Jefferson Airplane’s Grace Slick and ’70s British punk band Xray Spex’s Poly Styrene, from the onset of the band to this very day.
Phila. ’93-?. Space Glam-a-delic Smudge-Pop. Lou Cooper on drums, Christine Weiser/Mike Hughes/Art Difuria on bass, Brother JT on guitar, and Wayne Hamilton on guitar/sing. He also wrote almost all of the songs. Wayne and Mike have gone on, hope you got to meet them. Hear more on their Sondcloud page.
Hopefully sometime soon I will get to see Suffacox mach2 again (and you should go too.) Mach2 has three original members Christine Weiser (Mae Pang, Gal Lombardo, The Tights, RunHideFight)., Brother JT (Original Sins, Vibrolux) & Lou Cooper with the addition of Mike Lenert (Caterpillar Lettuce Prey)
In 1991 Connecticut’s forefathers of Hardcore Lost Generation celebrated their 10 year anniversary playing a series of gigs with guest guitarist Cheetah Chrome formerly of The Dead Boys.
This is a tape from that tour at the Firenze Tavern, Philadelphia on March 2, 1991. Thanks for the tape files Brett Noise Addiction II
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