Friday, March 20, 2009

minister kebab: tone pig.

















Minister Kebab live at Zaal 100, Amsterdam. 18 March 2009.










Hilary Jeffery: trombone, tromboscillator, voice
Mark Morse: feedback, samplers, electric guitar, analog synths, voice
Alan "Gunga" Purves: drums, bells, mallets, whistles, tubes, inflatable animals, seven thousand other things

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Thursday, March 12, 2009

six more weeks of winter.



Minister Kebab is ducking their collective head out of its collective hole next week, our first gig since 2006. To commemorate this auspicious moment, here are 3 of the least informative videos I've ever seen, plus audio from a 2006 performance. By the way, that cheap-ass guitar sound in the first clip is not me, it's Gunga playing something through a guitar amp, which makes it way more OK than if I'd done it.

Here's an MP3 of the whole show @ Zaal 100, Amsterdam (06 December 2006).

Minister Kebab: Please Please David Put Out The Lights (50:04).



Mark Morse: guitar, samplers, feedback, voice
Alan "Gunga" Purves: drums, percussion, brim bram, wee bells, squeakology
Hilary Jeffery: trombone, tromboscillator, voice.





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Friday, March 6, 2009

turn your speakers down.



Catching up on YouTube's collection of Japanese noise. This is from 1993, which was a year after Hijokaidan and K.K. Null and everyone else on the Dry Lungs V compilation erased whatever personal musical boundaries I'd drawn up to that point.  I embed this video b/c I couldn't embed this one

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