I wanted some more Mofungo on youtube. They’re definitely an overlooked band, active from 1982-1992. The only thing the hipsters hear from them nowadays is “Hunter Gatherer” from Vol2 of New York Noise comp.
Their Frederick Douglass album can still be found in used bins around. All their albums were good.
“Wage Slave” is from their second album, Out of Line. Appearing are Elliott Sharp, Willie Klein, A.C. Chubb, Robert Sietsema, Chris Nelson, Jeff McGovern. The line-up of the band would change after this album with only Willie Klein and Robert Sietsema left to find other members. Elliott Sharp would appear on Frederick Douglass, too.
Roach Motel was a cable access TV series that aired in Boston and Cambridge, MA, USA from 2002-2004. This early- and low fi- episode focused on women in punk. In this clip, James Vertigo interviewed show-goers about women in punk and local band Fallen Short played at the Tufts Art House. Hosted by Erika Ransom and Adam $ (from The Profit$) and produced at Cambridge Community Television (Episode 2, February 2002).
SO… LONG STORY SHORT, HERE ARE SOME CLIPS OF ME w/ TRASH TALK & SOME CRAZY JAPANESE PUNK/HARDCORE BANDS B/C WE JUST MENTIONED JAPAN TICKETS WERE CHEAP… SO I BOOKED ONE AND SAID FUCK IT AND WENT TO JAPAN FOR THE PAST 10 DAYS. HERE ARE SOME HIGHLIGHTS.
Jiblit Dupree (Danny McGuire of Polk City, Florida) recorded in performance at Apartment Music 17, Saturday, December 22, 2012, at Hal and Mark McGee’s apartment in Gainesville, Florida. Apartment Music is a long-running series of experimental music, noise, and improvisation concerts produced by Hal McGee.