Uncomfortable Music for Uncomfortable Times
Mommy, that music is scaring me!
Angrinose produces music and movies under the following names:
I decided to fess up and start to publish under my real name, even if no one can remember it or spell it. Stay tuned, more is coming.
This is the pseudonym for older productions, that is up to 2022.
- Albums: Old Baglama, Fugues and Beats, Music for Train Sets, Greatest Hots
- Singles: Virus, Bounce, Bass Meditation, Border
- Movies: Miles, Road Movie 401, Semi-Normal Pot Roast, RPM
From 1989 to 1990, four friends - David Butler, Frank Koustrup, Kevin Curtis-Norcross, and Scott Norcross - gathered synthesizers, samplers, computers, musical instruments, effect pedals, toys, and percussion around a tape recorder. They jammed until the tapes ran out. Eventually, Frank mixed and edited these celebrations of synthesizers, echo, feedback, and mystery, and called it "Cowtown".
Invisible PAIN Field Generator
The name is stolen from a mail-order advertisement for phasors, lasers, and surveillance equipment in a late-1970s electronics magazine. Frank Koustrup, Kevin Curtis-Norcross, and Philip Grant - inspired by the sheer malice of the "Invisible PAIN Field Generator" device, inflicted a performance-art project on the world; that is, the London, Ontario part of the world. At its heart, the project was an exploration of noise.
Genre: File under Misfit.