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Larry Thrasher (born 1959) is an American experimental musician, remixer, and producer. [ citation needed ] Thee Majesty and Splinter Test. In addition, Thrasher was in collaboration with Kim Cascone on the experimental noise project Thessalonians. He is credited under the aliases DJ Cheb I Sabbah Wa Mektoub, Baba Larry Ji,. and Larriji. He is also a long time follower of Meher Baba.Thrasher was a member of Psychic TV,
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Psychic TV were an English experimental video art and music group, formed by performance artist Genesis P-Orridge and Scottish musician Alex Fergusson in 1981 after the break-up of Throbbing Gristle.
Chrome is an American rock band founded in San Francisco in 1976 by musician Damon Edge and associated with the 1970s post-punk movement. The group's raw sound blended elements of punk, psychedelia, and early industrial music, incorporating science-fiction themes, tape experimentation, distorted acid rock guitar, and electronic noise. They have been cited as forerunners of the 1980s industrial music boom.
Nicholas Robert "Nik" Turner is an English musician, best known as a former member of space rock pioneers Hawkwind. Turner plays saxophones, flute, sings, and is a composer. While with Hawkwind, Turner was known for his experimental free jazz stylisations and outrageous stage presence, often donning full makeup and Ancient Egypt-inspired costumes.
Nowell Rhys Fulber is a Canadian electronic musician and producer. He is a member of Front Line Assembly and Delerium along with Bill Leeb, and now records under his own name as well as the name Conjure One.
Allegory And Self is a LP released by Psychic TV in 1988 that comprises a varied selection of their work.
Spahn Ranch was an electro-industrial group from Los Angeles. Active from 1992 to 2000, the band played a subgenre of industrial music with its fusion of electronic dance, industrial and gothic music.
Take It from the Man! is the third studio album by American psychedelic rock band The Brian Jonestown Massacre. After recording their shoegaze-influenced debut album Methodrone (1995) and releasing a collection of early recordings, Spacegirl & Other Favorites, the band took influence from 1960s British psychedelic garage rock and recorded Take it from the Man! from November 1995–February 1996. After recording the entire album with an unnamed producer who scrapped the recordings, the band re-recorded the album on a minimal budget, mostly at Lifesource Studios in Emeryville, California with production from Psychic TV's Larry Thrasher, whose usual "studio" approach was vetoed out by the band's back-to-basics approach.
Drew McDowall is a Scottish musician who has been a member, collaborator, and remixer for various influential music groups. McDowall was formerly a full-time member of Coil.
The discography of the experimental music group Psychic TV consists of over 100 full-length albums, over 15 compilation albums and over 30 singles and EPs.
Force the Hand of Chance is the debut studio album by English experimental group Psychic TV, released in 1982 by record label Some Bizzare. The first 5,000 pressings came with a bonus album, Themes.
In 1998, Genesis P-Orridge was ending their association with the name Psychic TV, the band they created after the termination of Throbbing Gristle. At the same time, they began conceptualizing Thee Majesty as a spoken word-based project springing from the Splinter Test project with PTV alumnus Larry Thrasher. The first major Thee Majesty performance was in 1998 in Stockholm, Sweden at an international spoken word festival that included Michael Gira and Wanda Coleman amongst other notable spoken word artists. That first Thee Majesty lineup for the Sweden show included P-Orridge, Larry Thrasher, Bachir Attar, and Chandra Shukla. Later in New York, P-Orridge met Bryin Dall and began doing live performances in New York and San Francisco and tours with the industrial band Pigface. Thee Majesty's second major performance was at the Royal Festival Hall in London, England on 1 May 1999, which was also the "final" show of PTV. The show was called "Time's Up" which was also the name of the new project's debut CD, released on the same date by Dall's label The Order of the Suffering Clown via World Serpent Distribution. Since then, Thee Majesty has remained an intermittent project, only playing sporadic festivals, art events, and intimate venues in Europe and the US, and releasing very few original studio albums. In 2009 Thee Majesty played a critically acclaimed show expounding on a transgender creation story theme at the Centre Pompidou with P-Orridge, Thrasher, Dall and Edley in the lineup.
Pagan Day is a 1984 album by English experimental band Psychic TV.
Splinter Test was used as group name for Larry Thrasher and Genesis P-Orridge. The name was first used for a box set of reissue of the more experimental material by Psychic TV, and then it was used to issue the spoken words projects of Psychic TV or their instrumental music, before the foundation of Thee Majesty. The name refers to an essay on sampling as holographic magick by P-Orridge.
Hell Is Invisible... Heaven Is Her/e is the 2007 album by counter-cultural provocateur Genesis P-Orridge and the reactivated Psychic TV a.k.a. “PTV3”. This line-up had been active for the previous two years and much of the material on the album developed from ideas that emerged during PTV3's extensive touring in North America and Europe. The album was produced by Edward O'Dowd, Baba Larraji and Genesis P-Orridge.
The Brian Jonestown Massacre is an American musical project and band led and started by Anton Newcombe. It was formed in San Francisco in 1990.
Thessalonians were a San Francisco-based electronic music group founded by Kim Cascone and Larry Thrasher. Originally their compositions experimented focused on infusing drone and experimental music and later integrated elements of ambient, industrial and psychedelic music into their art. The band was later joined by Don Falcone, David Gardner, Pejman Hakimi, David James, Doug Murdoch, Paul Neyrinck and Kurt Robinson and collaborated with Cascone's other electronic music project PGR on several releases.
The Unwinding a live album by Thessalonians, released in 1986 by Silent.
The Black Field is the third split album by PGR/Thessalonians, released in 1989 by Silent.
Soulcraft the debut studio album of Thessalonians, released in October 1993 by Silent. The album has been described as musically stunning and groundbreaking.
Solaristics the second studio album by Thessalonians, released in May 2005 by Silent. The album comprises recording sessions that were competed between 1992 and 1996.
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