. . I'm a multi-instrumentalist and goofy sort of musical experimentalist. I always adhere to DIY ethic, no matter what form of music I'm focusing my attention on. On a more blah-blah level, I've recorded albums with reluctant indie guru Steve Albini, played live with Wisconsin's electronic music pioneers Oneiroid Psychosis, sang, played and toured with Southern noise rockers bert for years, collaborated with countless other artists all over the U.S.
and founded The Subversive Workshop Newsletter magazine/home recording label and the Alabama Improv Co-op. All this just barely scratches the surface. I get tired of trying to keep up with it all. Current projects include the live version of my one-man recording project Gezoleen (an exclusive Gezoleen track also appears on Hydra Head Records' Where Is My Robotic Boot? Compilation alongside Tribes of Neurot, Khanate & Final), making noise with junkists/tribalists Liquid Brick (new recording out this year), Autosymptomatic (intuitive electronic improvisation), Doctor Midnight (completed an album in 28 days for rpmchallenge.com) and extreme improvisation with my friends in Zepubicle (a new album recorded with the amazing drum work of Tatsuya Nakatani is due out later this year on Solponticello Records). Discography (Very incomplete! Hit the links for more info on releases...) 2007: -Jeff McLeod - At The End Of The Path (Free solo guitar album on WM Recordings) -45.95 - Rotting (Subversive Workshop/more band info/free CD info here) -Zepubicle (w/Tatsuya Nakatani)– Scientists Levitate Small Animals (Released Aug. 28/Solponticello Records) -Autosymptomatic – s/t (release TBA // more band/free CD info here) -Death of Thought/Sound and Chaos Subscribers Club CD (limited handmade subscription release) -Doctor Midnight – Crotch Rocket Extremities and/or Popular Culture Attrocities (RPM Challenge // more band info here) -Bottom Feeders (contributed 2 tracks for this comp.
of bass music/Dauphin St. Sonic Arts Collective) 2006: -Liquid Brick – Space Shuttle Cock (Triple Nipple Records/release still pending) -The Rudy Banes Shutdown – Trapped In The Small Talk (RBS self-released) 2005: -Gezoleen – Black Spaces Between Stars (Acerbic Noise Development) -Jeff McLeod – Must: A Crackpot Life Study In Five Movements (Subversive Workshop) -45.95 – Phantom Hill (Subversive Workshop) 2004: -Stull – Red Tablet (Subversive Workshop) -Stull – Reeds (Subversive Workshop) -Marshallow Peeps – Easter Mass (limited handmade release by Ryan Jetten) -Goodwin/McLeod – Pinebox Improv Series 2 (Pinebox Records) -McLeod/Nichols/Veatch - Pinebox Improv Series 1 (Pinebox Records) -Weak Music For Thomas – The Red Scare (contributed noise segues/WMF-Pinebox Records) -People Will Eat Anything (composed original score for the film - Pinebox Records) 2003: -Saragashum – The Voluntary Human Extinction Movement (Subversive Workshop) -Liquid Brick – Two-Dimensional Representations… (Triple Nipple Records) -Liquid Brick – The Meathammers (Triple Nipple Records) -Trance Ignition Model - Something Funny At The Funeral Today (Recording/Mixing/Chapman stick - Pinebox Records) 2002: -Liquid Brick – 46 (Triple Nipple Records) -Saragashum - The Devil's Chordbook (Subversive Workshop) -Digging Out The Switch Again: A Tribute To The Dazzling Killmen (contributed a version of "Code Blue" – Subversive Workshop) 2001: -Jeff McLeod – Ye Shall Be Cut Into Many Pieces (Subversive Workshop) -Bad Calm Zero – Btiam (w/Skott Bazar/MP3.com/Subversive Workshop) -Liquid Brick – Extinct (Triple Nipple Records) -Jeff McLeod/Bret Hart – Dynamic Negativism (InstrumeTales Duets Series) -CT Project – Acoustic (contributed a track for this looper's Chain Tape compilation/Ribosome Music) -Live At Eyedrum Vol. 3 (contributed a track for this yearly Eyedrum comp./Ed Recordings) 2000: -Gezoleen – Bone Road (Subversive Workshop) -Jeff McLeod – Expend (MP3.com/Subversive Workshop) -The Hemogoblins – s/t (MP3.com/Subversive Workshop) -Skreephasia – The Dark & Secret Way (MP3.com/Subversive Workshop) -Shadow Code – Imp Book (MP3.com/Subversive Workshop) -Konx – Conjunxtion (guitar on tracks 5 – 10/Fort!/da? – Ed Recordings) -Many Miles Away/Police Tribute (played theremin & recorded the Ed Kemper Trio track/Solarmanite Records) -Live At Eyedrum Vol. 2 (contributed a track for this yearly Eyedrum comp./Ed Recordings) 1999: -Gezoleen – Oxidado (MP3.com/Subversive Workshop) -Stull – s/t (Subversive Workshop) -Stull – Live at Eyedrum (MP3.com/Subversive Workshop) -Devolve - s/t (Pinebox Records) -CT Project – Middle America (contributed a track for this looper's Chain Tape comp./Nemoguitt Recordings) -CT Project – Miniatures, Vol.
1/75 Seconds (contributed 2 tracks to this looper's Chain Tape project/Ribsome Music) 1998: -bert – The Last Eight (limited edition/Chicken Ranch Records) -Gezoleen – Stiff Miserable Goodbye (Subversive Workshop/Freeland Records-Italy) 1997: -bert – Big Box Schwing (Chicken Ranch Records) 1996: -bert – Ambient Doug 7" (House O' Pain Records) 1995: -bert – split 7" with Knucklefish (cooperatively self-released/Subversive Workshop) -bert – Spittle 10" EP (Never released-although the Art Chantry sleeves looked great!/Homo Habilis Recs.) -Mime - Life With Father (guitar/vocals on extra track - Pinebox Records) 1994: -bert – Invade, Damage, Occupy (cassette/Subversive Workshop) -bert – Splitski 7" (split with The Ducky Boys/Subversive Workshop) -bert – Once Upon A Mattress 7" (Tyrannosaurs Recs. compilation) 1993: -bert – Slop (cassette/Subversive Workshop) If you'd like full descriptions or sound samples of any of these, please just email me at email@example.com. Also, if you'd like to have any of this stuff, I can usually offer a free copy or (at the very least) a dub. The only exceptions to this being releases that are still available on other active labels.
In those circumstances, we can work out a trade, a low price or I can send info on how to order from the label. Just write and ask. I'd be happy to get as much music in your hands as I can. Read more on Last.fm.
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