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Black Pus 4, All Aboard the Magic Pus

by Black Pus

Drum Heavy Indie Noise Pop
Genre: Rock: Noise
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Album Notes
“Black Pus is the self recorded, self released solo project of Brian Chippendale, drummer for noise-prog duo Lightning Bolt. Chippendale’s trashcan drums, superfuzzed synths and screaming contact mic vocals(all captured via cassette tape) definitely kick up a storm of aural blood. But once the dust settles, you might find yourself humming along to Black Pus’s primal tunes.” -Wire magazine, sep. 08

“it(Black Pus 4)signals the impulse of one serious, no-shits-about-it artist, one who’s still taking chances with his music, whose visceral force is felt with every bass drum kick, whose art is as vivid as his music projects, whose emphatic celebration of all things creative is not only admirable, but contagious.” –

Brian Chippendale plays drums on Bjork’s 2007 album “Volta” and her single “Nattura” as well as Lee Scratch Perry’s 2008 album “Repentance”.


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