Most Vicious Mouth is an audio project relying heavily on experimentation and improvisation in the creation of the music. Most Vicious Mouth strives to expand the boundaries of acoustic and digital music with a unique blend including experimental, electronic, ambient and avant garde genres. Instruments including acoustic drums, electronic drums, saxophone, analog/digital synthesizers, vocoder, found objects, voice and software-based synthesizers are utilized in composed and improvised methods.
K.D. Lutt composes, performs, records, mixes and produces the audio for Most Vicious Mouth. K.D. Lutt is a Nebraska native, who began recording and performing music in his early teens with numerous bands and improvisational outfits. K.D. Lutt draws influence from 1960s-1970s progressive rock (ex. Genesis, Van der Graaf Generator and King Crimson), ambient (ex. Brian Eno, David Sylvian and Aphex Twin) and avant garde/experimental groups (ex. Frank Zappa, Sleepytime Gorilla Museum and John Zorn).
Began in 2008, Most Vicious Mouth now has 2 albums, 'Run' and 'Themes for Film,' the latter a soundtrack to indie-horror films 'Maniac Syndrome' and 'Death's Sin.'