A primary figure in the Industrial Rock scene since the late 1980s, Lee Popa served as live engineer for Ministry’s legendary 1989/1990 The Mind Is A Terrible Thing To Taste tour (as documented on the 1990 live album, In Case You Didn’t Feel Like Showing Up) and Killing Joke’s 1990/1991 Extremities, Dirt & Various Repressed Emotions tour. In addition to being an early member of the infamous Pigface, Popa’s extensive resume as a remixer/producer/sound engineer includes work with Living Colour, Korn, Prong, White Zombie, Danzig, KMFDM, Queen, Bad Brains, Zilch ,Phantom Planet, Gnarls Barkley, Tool,Phunk Junkeez ,Ocean Mind, Modest Mouse and Bush, among countless others. He was also the frontman of The Slammin' Watusis, a Chicago-based act that released two albums on Epic Records in the late '80s.
Known to perform wearing sunglasses and a veil, the enigmatic Jolee Popa rarely shows her true face on the public stage, choosing instead to let her lyrics, voice and music be her connection to the world around her. The mysterious past of this one-time Timothy Leary associate is said to include stints as a “life coach” to artists as varied as Ministry, British Harlem and Macy Gray, while her musical exploits include production work with UK Progressive Metal act The Dark Sinatras and former Professionals guitarist Ray McVeigh. While some artists clamor for attention, Jolee prefers to simply let her sounds do all the talking.
One of the industry's most sought-after producers/mixers, John Fryer has worked with a stunning array of artists including Nine Inch Nails, Stabbing Westward, Cradle Of Filth, White Zombie, Depeche Mode, Cocteau Twins, Peter Murphy and HIM.
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