Deejay Adam Williams over at A Model of Control was nice enough to include the Testube track "Lost and Found", featuring my good friend and label-partner Jonathan Chalker doing vocals, in his top 25 tracks of 2010. Thanks, Adam!
As part of a promotion for their new movie FIX, the band Ministry recently sponsored a contest in which bands were invited to download some of the original sounds from their popular song "Psalm 69" and remix/remake the track. The winner will be hand selected by Paul Barker, and included on a companion album for the film. keep reading »
Just thought I'd post a quick update from the Testube lab. Things have been crazy-busy these last few months. The new Testube release to be titled Unintentional is progressing quite nicely, and should prove to be a worthwhile companion piece for the recent album Off Purpose. keep reading »
A long time ago, while working in a grocery store far, far away, I met this crazy young punk named Bryan Elsloo. Like myself, he had been sentenced to the mentally stimulating evening grind of bagging groceries, pushing a broom, and fetching shopping carts. By day, we battled football jocks and rich "valley kids", regularly taking beatings for being gay (even though we weren't) and acting weird (which we did). We had a lot in common! We also discovered a similar taste in electronic music, and a nostalgic bent for post-punk, industrial, and goth subcultures. We decided to start a band! keep reading »