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Showing posts with label imaginary musical genres. Show all posts
Showing posts with label imaginary musical genres. Show all posts

Friday, 18 December 2015

Thee Lobotomised Sh*tlarks

Culled from a rather wonderful insult in a Tweet by @anandamide - I want to be in this band!

Monday, 6 July 2015

Leather Amphitheatre

During the recent rather sultry nights my subconscious has been rather errmmm, 'fruity'!
In response to a dream about a leather amphitheatre (yes, call my therapist etc.) I decided this would make a great name for a fictional metal band so here's a couple of sketches of the members of aforementioned outfit.

Best band in the world! (as the NME would hyperbolize)

See also Klöwnfingerr & other imaginary musical genres

Friday, 19 June 2015

Klöwnfingerr - Master of Muppets

Unfortunately the rumours that Klöwnfingerr have been lined up as a replacement for the Foo Fighters at Glastonbury 2015 were generally 'made up nonsense' according to band spokesman Jonathan Madeupname who also claims they had 'categorically NOTHING whatsoever to do with Dave Grohl's leg getting broken'
The legendary Moldovan death metal / gabba combo - have been described as ‘a special needs Limp Bizkit minus the intellectual heft with the 'dolt’ knob turned up to 12’

Their classic album Master of Muppets comprising of 137 tracks including classics like 'Brainclot', 'Klöwngäsmm' & 'MMMNNNNNNNNGGGGGGGHH!!!!!' is a must for any music collection.

They are available for weddings, children's parties & light gardening work.

Tuesday, 9 November 2010

'unwelcome space jazz'

Was just listening to Brian Eno on the wireless talking about imaginary musical genres...I'd love to hear some unwelcome space jazz!

(see also 'random thud'

Wednesday, 4 August 2010

Musical Genres #2 - '70s Sitcom Homosexuals

The '70s Sitcom Homosexuals - conceived as a high art / low art post-post ironic performance art / conceptual electronica project - ended up sounding like below par Berlin-era David Bowie with all the good bits taken out (with more songs about alienation, robots & vending machines*.)

*see also Gary Numan

Tuesday, 3 August 2010

Musical genres # 1 - Random Thud

Wherein the beats can range from 400 bpm down to 1-2 beats in a 24 hour period rendering it 'well jittery!' There are unconfirmed reports of Random Thud club nights lasting for several months