Mudboy

This performer (group) in the Internet: http://www.mudboymusic.com/, http://www.irlyon, http://www.myspace.com/ilikedtheoldinternetbetter, http://twitter.com/TheRealMudboy

Discography of Mudboy:

# Release title Total tracks Type of release is Imprint date Label
1 Kitesisamonster/Usaisamudboy 2 Audio 2007
2 mudboy / Auk Theatre Split 6 Audio 2006 Dutch Beer
3 MUDMUX Volume 1. 2 Audio 2008 DNT Records
4 Summer Of Saucers 2 Audio 2008 DNT Records
5 IS:IS (Impossible Duets Series) 2 Audio 2008-11-06 Gods Of Tundra
6 This Is Folk Music 14 Audio 2005 Last Visible Dog
7 Hungry Ghosts! These Songs Are Doors (Volume 5) 8 Audio 2007 Not Not Fun Records
8 Mudboy Beats III: Metal USA 2 Audio 2008 Breaking World Records
9 Eno Trouble/Midiwards/Happy Birthday Song 3 Audio 2008 Goaty Tapes
10 All Bones Build Fantasy Playset and CD Soundtrack V.1 4 Audio 2008 Free Matter For The Blind
11 All Bones Build Fantasy Playset and CD Soundtrack V.2 4 Audio 2008 Free Matter For The Blind
12 Live Antwerp 2 Audio 2009 Free Matter For The Blind
13 Rare Find 3 Audio 2009 Free Matter For The Blind
14 Music For Any Speed 2 Audio 2009 Lexi Disques
15 The Planetarium Project 4 Audio 2009 Sedimental
16 Mort Aux Vaches 5 Audio 2009 Mort Aux Vaches
17 Impossible Duets 4 Audio 2010 Hundebiss
18 Livish 2007 3 Audio 2007 DNT Records
19 Live At The Safari 6 Audio 2005 Retinascan
20 This Is Folk Music 8 Audio 2011-07-00 Weird Forest Records
21 MUDMUX Volume 1. 2 Audio 2008 DNT Records
22 MUDBOY BEATS (SERIES I) 4 Audio 2007 Free Matter For The Blind
23 MUDBOY BEATS (SERIES I) 2 Audio 2007 Free Matter For The Blind
24 Summer Of Saucers 2 Audio 2013 DNT Records


mudboy is a performance, installation, video, and recording project that began at [l=Fort Thunder] in Providence, RI in the early 2000s. mudboy performed throughout the United States and Europe on homemade and experimental electronic keyboards with the occasional foray into adapted pipe organs. Accompanied by controlled lighting, surround-sound speakers, firecrackers, and smoke, mudboy’s was a self-proclaimed “spell caster,” exploring fantasy, power, control, and the uncanny through a guided musical experience. Though mudboy released nearly two dozen albums and “kits,” and mounted four solo exhibitions, the vast majority of the nearly pitch-black performances were unrecorded and un-photographed. mudboy’s most recent and perhaps final performance was on massive electro-acoustic pipe organ in Dortmund, Germany as part of the International Symposium on Electronic Art in 2010, and is the basis of the Night Eyes album (unreleased) and an installation of the same name at the Mountain Fold gallery in New York City in 2010.

Nearly all of mudboy's albums are out of print, though some have been curated into WFMU's free music archive.


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