Coterminous Collectiv .04 features Industrial music manifested from several cross-collaborations by Collectiv artists!
Destructasaurus Rex (Hudson, NY)
The fossil record dates Destructasaurus Rex to late 2004, with the inception of a documentary soundtrack. During this era, evolutionary experiments in sound and structure gave rise to a new generation of lo-fi independent music, on the shores of Long Island; which helped form a diverse coalesence of stylistic and lyrical ideas. Over the eons a multitude of musical species appear sporadically, providing both a unique, personal method for each contributor, while fulfilling a constantly diverse, aesthetic progression.
Destructasaurus Rex’s current incarnation consists of Guldiopolis on electric cello, Woolydactyl on electric guitar, and Spurgeasaurus on gadgetry.
The Big Metal Tubes (Ulster Co., NY)
A 3-piece experimental industrial band formed especially for this event, featuring Ben Surman on electronics, Craig Santiago (New Zion Trio/Acorn/Viva Pablo Santiago) on percussion, and Harry Matthews (sculptor & musician) on assorted unique handmade instruments of his own design, such as the helmetophone and the gorgonatar.
Psychic Napalm (New Paltz, NY)
Take the phrases “Difficult listening”, “Irritainment”, “Spiritual sludge” and put other words around them, and you just may have a shot at describing these experiments in Industrial sounds. Psychic Napalm is the brainchild of Carl Welden and Dana Flavin.
Chernobyl’s Children (Kingston, NY)
Psychotic sounds from neglected children featuring Bee Sleeve (of The Cubes), Zack Kollar (Barclay Heights), and Lex Echeverri (Indus_pro)