Skryxl - Faith-Based Dentristy

Marshall Marrotte on bass. Jeff McLeod on guitar & EDP Echoplex. Neal Williams on drums & electronics.

All tracks recorded live to A Zoom H2 field recorder. Track 1 from Thunderbox in Atlanta, GA on 6-5-10. Track 2 from Thunderbox in Atlanta, GA on 7-24-10. Track 3 from Cine' in Athens, GA on 8-9-10. Cover drawing by JM.

My Least Favorite Animal

A growing collection of improvisations on the Moog E1 guitar. All single takes, recorded live. No overdubs and minimal post-processing.

Malevolent Functions

A collection of free and prepared improvisations on the Moog Voyager and Ensoniq Fizmo synthesizers. All tracks are first takes and were recorded live on June - July 2010 at The Subversive Workshop.

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No - s/t

8 selections of noisy, minimal post-whatever by my trio No. CDs are handmade, limited editions, so just hit me up through the contact page if you'd like a copy. Launch the link for listening.

Reverse Engineer - Tidal

I played guitar and bass with my friends in Reverse Engineer on this recording. Everything was improvised live to analog tape in their basement studio, and later edited by RE main-man Kenny Johnson. Hit the link for sounds and downloads.

NOTE: After 9-22-10, the file host Amiestreet will be gone and the link will no longer work, so please email Kenny for copies of this recording:

k.w.johnson3@gmail.com

Reverse Engineer - Depth

I played guitar and bass with my friends in Reverse Engineer on this, their second recording this year. Once again, everything was improvised live to analog tape in their basement studio, and later edited by RE main-man Kenny Johnson.

Drums

Part of an ongoing series of split recordings (Thee Contortionists vs. Jeff McLeod)--the first of which (Electronics) was released on WM Recordings in The Netherlands. This release focuses on drums (of course), but perhaps not in the manner you would expect.

Guitar

Part of an ongoing series of split recordings (Thee Contortionists vs. Jeff McLeod)--the first of which (Electronics) was released on WM Recordings in The Netherlands. This release focuses on guitar (of course), but perhaps not in the manner you would expect.