An experimental lo-fi/noise release from Lynton Denovan, recorded on a simple 4-track setup (with ‘Thanx tay Don Kebab fer ze teknickel assistance’ – presumably Donald Campbell of Thee Strapons) and released in a Peter King lathe cut 7″ format through Denovan’s one-off THE HITLIST label.
Denovan was a super-active member of the Christchurch underground music scene in the mid 1990s – early 00’s, playing jazzy, free-noise-capable drums in a number of groups and adding similarly messed up guitar and bass to a number of others. Has since moved to Melbourne, forming noisy stoner-rock group Assetstripper.
- Lynton Denovan (Satanic Rockers, The Aesthetics, Assetstripper, Montessouri, Satan’s Pitbull, CM Ensemble, ‘all of dis’)
- Satan’s Pitbull Lathe-Cut 7″ EP (1998, THE HITLIST, HIT001)