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Outer space surf-punk rock by alien-possessed mask-wearing band members…
The name says it all. Hope you don't mind songs about…
Bill T. Miller: Out of Band Experience and Kings of Feedback
The greatest of the modern-day (after Revelation X) generation of SubGenius Music Doktors! The King of Slack was present at the great X-Day Drill of 1998, and has passed into legend.
Amazing 70s-tinged psychedelic blues-rock with a 21st-century perspective.
Two post-humans. One xenodimensional . The three are the weirdest music project that will ever melt your throbbing brain down to its stem.
High-minded spiritual musicians and performance artists who get together to jam four times a year.
House band of the Church of the SubGenius. ARE WE NOT MEN?
The High Keeper of the greatest collection of bulldada music to ever grace this planet!
The Duke of Uke
How many people do you know who would dare to get up on a stage in front of drunk heavy metal fans and play Led Zeppelin and Jane's Addiction songs on a ukelele?
Weird, one-take unrehearsed never-the-same-way-twice “Bob 2.0” certified slack 'n' roll.
The master of SubGenius ambient techno rhythms!
The sound collage artist whose works are featured heavily on the Hour of Slack.
His name is Lee and he's Evil - HE IS LEEVIL. Regular at London devivals.
ALL SubGenii bow in honor of the spastic ultra-loser who slings a KILLER guitar…the man who conquered the Church of the SubGenius…LITTLE FYODOR! Your life is not complete until you have seen him play!
Christianity Is Stupid. Give Up! Give Up!
Home of Professor Mark Mothersbaugh and Bob Casale, post-Devo
Jello Biafra's record label.
Gaffaweb - A Kate Bush Web Server
Kate Bush's fanatical fandom compares to the fanboys of the Grateful Dead, but she deserves the accolades!
Incredible post-punk, psychedelic insanity.
And Through The Wire - Peter Gabriel
Living proof that being an internationally famous rock star does not automatically make you a sell-out.
Hyperreal: Techno, Ambient and Rave
Links to many techno music artists that you will never hear on the radio.
Laibach: real right wing politico-musik from Slovenia, or an ironic piss-take?
Laibach worry, amuse, and educate in equal measure. Shame that a lot of their audience don't get the joke - or realise that the joke is on them (or is it?)
Soothing music for a SubGenius to hate with.
Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan: The Master of Qawwali
One of the greatest voices in world music! (The vocalist behind The Last Temptation of Christ.'“)
The Ozric Tentacles Home Page
A terrific instrumental cosmic rock band that may have started as a Pink Floyd clone, but evolved into something far greater.
Planet Sun Ra
I was lucky enough to see Sun Ra in concert in Somerville, Massachusetts back in the late 1980s, before he left this plane of existence. He won a new convert that night, and his music has never left my CD player.
There's a fine tradition of music being used to teach children about God, but little Marcy tops them all.
Like Little Marcy gone horribly wrong.
“Crackpot Music Siftings, Geniuses Incompetents & Audio Debris” Some of the most obscure bulldada recordings that I've ever come across on the net.
Sample testimonials: “I found the Tom Bosley Experience to be just that - a weird yet functional poetic tribute to every genre of music placed in one serving. Get [The Spark of Inspiration]. It's so worth a good listen. NZ has produced yet another talent.” -Keith Wright, Singer/Songwriter
“I really like 'The Weekend Song' and 'Oh Mr Sheffield'. , I was dancing around the lounge in my undies and toe socks singing, “My nipples hardened!!!” and waking the neighbours up!” -Kelly, Checkout Queen
“Three days after ordering I get my CD, reeking of printer's ink. Then much later I get a freebie sampler from their next album, complete with a track they can't release. Great, mad stuff.” -Cardboard Box, SubGenius
April Winchell, daughter of ventriloquist Paul Winchell (and “sister” to Jerry Mahoney) is a radio host on KABC AM 790. She's a collector of bizarre musical recordings, as her website will attest. Lots of strange covers of popular tunes (Mr. Ed theme in German, French version of Green Acres theme, etc.), sickening religious music, and KFC training tapes. A little “cutsie” in general but a few gems are buried there.