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Shit And Shine

Shit And Shine

Shit And Shine


Shit and Shine (a.k.a. $hit & $hine, $&$, etc) is an ever changing line-up, frequently with numerous drummers, made up of various collaborators from the U.K. and Texas, revolving around the musical brainchild of drummer Craig Clouse. The noise and hard electronics of Shit & Shine was first heard in 2004 on the album "You're Lucky to Have Friends Like Us". Injecting his music with a sense of humor, as well as cheeky samples and numerous drummers, Clouse Read more on Last.fm
Shit and Shine (a.k.a. $hit & $hine, $&$, etc) is an ever changing line-up, frequently with numerous drummers, made up of various collaborators from the U.K. and Texas, revolving around the musical brainchild of drummer Craig Clouse. The noise and hard electronics of Shit & Shine was first heard in 2004 on the album "You're Lucky to Have Friends Like Us".

Injecting his music with a sense of humor, as well as cheeky samples and numerous drummers, Clouse set himself apart from the usual run-of-the-mill noise and experimental acts around at the time. Having already gained a cult following due to their legendary one riff / multi-drummer live shows, and following two sold out releases on Riot Season and Latitudes, his productions started to resonate with the industrial and noise revival sounds from the likes of Powell and Russell Haswell in 2012 and beyond. Powell subsequently signed Clouse to his Diagonal label; Clouse released the four-track EP "DIAG004" in 2013. He followed this up with the full-length albums "Powder Horn" in 2014 and "54 Synth-Brass, 38 Metal Guitar, 65 Cathedral" in 2015. SHIT AND SHINE are primed to explode.

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