Biography Wreck Small Speakers On Expensive Stereos were a Dunedin-based duo consisting of Michael Morley (Guitar/Organ/Vocals – before forming the Dead C, 2 Foot Flame, Angelhead, Tanaka-Nixon Meeting, The Weeds) and Richard Ram (Bass/Guitar/Vocals) – though in an early video… Read More »Wreck Small Speakers On Expensive Stereos
Experimental and fun grindcore/noisecore project from New Zealand, featuring Campbell James Kneale from Birchville Cat Motel and Black Boned Angel. Released on mini CDr by Battlecruiser, the more extreme music-related sublabel of Celebrate Psi Phenomenon (Campbell’s own label).
Obscure early 90s band who put out a self-titled album along with a promotionary EP, then promptly disappeared. Discography World Gone Wild [1991 Definitive] Links BandCamp Page LastFM Photo’s on Flickr
New duo comprised of Celebrate Psi Phenomenon / Birchville Cat Motel‘s Campbell Kneale and Pseudoarcana / A.M.‘s Antony Milton. Extended fluttering organ drones, shifting like sonic sand dunes, elemental forces dragging melodies and chords out over thousands of years, the… Read More »With Throats As Fine As Needles
Daniel ‘EE Monk’ Powell (Guitars and Vocals) and Bryce ‘Mr. Pudding‘ Galloway (Beats, Toys and Vocals), with sometimes contributions from Graham Agnew. Quirky and prolific out with a swagger of independently produced and released albums. Their latest release Pan) features… Read More »Wendyhouse
With the demise of Thela, Dean Roberts emerged as White Winged Moth, presenting his own guitar-playing in an improvisational guise, which eventually evolved (with his sophmoric release) towards a ditially-altered composition approach. After the relative success of his two Formacentric… Read More »White Winged Moth