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Blaxter / Bio

Blaxter is the musical project of a Melbourne based DJ and producer, who has pioneered an electronic composition style transcending any definition based on adjectival discourse by simply naming the sounds. Whilst loathe to use words like Squelch or any other hipster terms, any attempt to classify musical movements within the shifting sands of genre diversification is pretentious. As one genre dies another rises to replace the overused words to elicit hype within elitist collectives of the priviliged participants. The glitchy synth squeeks will not be Squelched.. Nor will they resonate with the trees after the dread locked campers have gone home to their middle class houses.
Hand over your unused Samplers and remain safe in the knowledge that the pretty people will love the small collection of stupid noises everytime you re-use them and make up a new new song title. The performing artist previously named EVOL doesn't have a record contract to dictate how the business of making music will be conducted.
Co-founder of seminal NZ band "motorsheep"; ex-member of Self Harm, Slugfarm and Grinder, also conspired sonically with the Fusion Refugees, Julia Dreams,
Suspected associate of the Pillpoppa Uber Network, an infamous virtual ensemble using interchangable members to avoid public scrutiny.
Label owner and manager of Loudmouth Records.
Director of Fearless Warrior, bookings and promotions agency.
Author, Blogger, Music Reviewer and all round Jaded, Grumpy Critic.
Blaxter produces original tracks using sampler technology, live instruments and programmed sequences. Also known to mix the odd live band, remix other artists tracks and write music reviews and blogs.

General Info

Band Members
JR Evol
Artist Name
Blaxter
Home Page
http://www.reverbnation.com/blaxter
Genres
Experimental / Industrial Beats / Heavy Gunt Sweat

Contact Info

Location
Brunswick, VIC, AU
Manager
Factory Worker

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