The first skozey fetisch recordings were executed in San Francisco's Haight / Ashbury district in 1989. Jackman also dabbles in the visualable arts and is the primary artist responsible for skozey fetisch album covers and designs. The conceptualization of skozey fetisch occurred when Mark C. began scoring the experimental student films of Andrew Langton, which in turn led to composing scores for the Ririe-Woodbury Dance Company while studying Experimental and Electronic Music under Drs.
Vladimir Ussachevsky, Tracy Peterson and one Paul Banham (yes, the late music and arts guru) at the University of Utah. Around this time Jackman became the official Music Director of A Company Of Four: Modern Dance-Theater. Mr. Jackman also came to work extensively as a performer and even a choreographer with the company. In Salt Lake City performances and recordings, the skozey fetisch ensemble at times included Brian Hansen who is known here as (brain), Charity Gleason, the late Ian Sornsen of Athlette's Butt and (Weird) Pork fame, the enigmatic Mr.
E Von Æ, Matt Monson who recorded one very limited edition cassette under the name 8 and Dane Peterson. In late 1991 Dane, Ian and Matt went on to form a trio outside of skozey fetisch known as DIM, but who are (fortunately/unfortunately) not the dim listed here with over 35,000 listeners. Line-ups in the San Francisco Bay Area have included; Trey Spruance known for work in Mr. Bungle, Secret Chiefs 3 and Faith no More, Arrienne Adamcikova, Theresa Ellis, Clint Ives, Heidi Kooy, Deb Fox (formerly of Caroliner & The Virgin-Whore Complex), Chris Cooper (of Fat Worm of Error, Angst Hase Pfeffer Nase and formerly of Caroliner), Celestino Enrique Ramon Zepeda, Seaweed, Chuk T. Foss, D.J.
Willow from Paris, Ethan Hurlburt (a/k/a Ethan Drown H. of Decay Generator) and more recently Dereck Donohue who is Horseflesh and half of both Ozmadawn and Perineum. James (Kasper) Rodenborn who is Amphibious Gestures and usually (but not always) Mark C. Jackman, of course. skozey: Most often, a found object which simultaneously attracts and repels. A self charged power object of irrational reverence or obsessive devotion. fetisch: A charm, talisman, or any object that causes a habitual response. A material object regarded with extreme, occult trust or relevance.
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