[dorkbotsea-blabber] Handmade Electronics and Scrap Metal Guitars - Tuesday @ The Sunset

Space Matters jeremy at lowly.org
Tue Aug 29 13:35:46 EDT 2006



Also a great video of an entire show of theirs. They open with a some
avante-noise and build into some strong beat driven chord rock with
proto-electornic bleep-core influence... The show as an entity playfully laces
these elements in a sonic youth would dream to be this good kind of way.

http://www.oreille-equitable.org/normaltv/article.php3?id_article=75


Quoting Kevin Purcell <kevinpurcell at pobox.com>:

> Lots of photos of the instruments
> <http://www.neptuneband.com/instruments.html>
>
> And some MP3s
> <http://www.neptuneband.com/Audio.html>
>
> I dunno if I've every come across a band that started as a sculpture  
> project :-)
>
> <http://www.neptuneband.com/BIO.html>
>
> Interesting.
>
> On Aug 28, 2006, at 4:31 PM, Space Matters wrote:
>
>>
>> Many of you will want to know about an amazing band of mutant  
>> instruments that
>> will be playing tomorrow at the Sunset Tavern in Ballard.
>>
>> The guys in Neptune make guitars and instruments out of scrap metal  
>> and low-fi
>> electronics. They rarely make it to Seattle, so this is a must see  
>> in my book.
>>
>> This kinda stuff:
>> http://www.neptuneband.com/press/Mont4.htm
>>
>> -space
>>
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