BUCKETRIDER

Bucketrider “The Adoration of the Lamb” CD – “Recorded in '96 and features just a trio of Tim O'Dwyer on alto sax, David Brown on guitar & Sean Baxter on drums…This one is much noisier and does have some twisted/hilarious/screaming vocals. 'The Adoration' is more tight post-punk noise squalor, extreme noise-blasting insanity, way over-the-top and in your face…These dudes can & do stop on a dime, giving them a sort of Naked City like hyper-tight sound or Japanese punk/noise trio like early Ground Zero. This is complete blast with almost no let-up.” – Downtown Music Gallery

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Bucketrider “Le Baphomet” CD - The title is borrowed from Pierre Klossowski's profane novel where Baphomet, the unholy muse worshiped by the Knights Templar and the Freemasons, becomes a metaphor for boundless becoming. Replete with the lush harmonies, angular rhythms and disturbing melodies Bucketrider have become renowned for, Le Baphomet continues the band's explorations into the netherworld of inter-generic musical possibilities.

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Bucketrider “L’evenements” CD - A suite that veers from intense free jazz to delicate duets to fragile beautiful sonic experiments. Other elements of the Bucketrider sound are there: tour-de-force rock pieces open and close the CD, punctuated by detours into Jap noise, microtonality, and sonic flotsam.

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Bucketrider “Guignol’s Band” CD - Bucketrider were famous for their mercenary approach to the many shibboleths art music holds sacred. Straddling the serious and the popular as if no intellectual distance separated them, they were as comfortable playing classic, free jazz as they were with the most rarefied serialism or the most intense grind; and as adept with noise as they were with the most compelling sonority. Championing punk aesthetics as the primary informant for vanguardism in postmodern music, Bucketrider considered no musical reference too sacred or profane.

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See also:
Candlesnuffer
Lazy

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