1988, February 18, "Radio-Kunst bei CFRO Vancouver, I"
1990, April 19, "Final"
1991, December 5, "Building Empty Holes (I)"
1992, July 30, "Building Empty Holes (II)"
1995, October 5, "The Thinking Ross Did"
2006, October 22, "Tatsachen auf der Polywelle"
2010, Oktober 3, “Radiodolls”
2012, March 4, Kunstradio Classics 2 - "The Thinking Ross Did"
2012, September 2, Kunstradio @ Ars Electronica . Live on air – on line – on site "Loud Luggage / Booming Baggage"
SELECTED LIVE RADIO-PERFORMANCES:
1983, Nov. 13-1987 Mar. 25, (Tuesdays 23h00 - 04h00) CFRO-FM, Vancouver, Canada
1987, Apr. 14, (21h30 - 22h15) Radio Banzai, Den Bosch, The Netherlands
1987, Apr. 16, (18h30 - 19h00) Radio Rataplan, Nijmegen, The Netherlands
1987, Apr. 21, (21h30 - 22h15) Radio Banzai, Den Bosch, The Netherlands
1987, Apr. 26, (16h00 - 16h30) Radio Alize, Paris, France
1987, Aug. 12, (00h00 - 02h00) KPFA, Berkeley and KZSC, Santa Cruz, U.S.A.
1987, Aug. 20, (20h30 - 00h30) KZSC, Santa Cruz, U.S.A.
1987, Oct. 16, (02h00 - 02h15) KGNU, Boulder, U.S.A.
1987, Oct. 25, (00h30 - 01h15) KGNU, Boulder, U.S.A.
1988, June 9, (23h00 - 00h45) KZSC, Santa Cruz, U.S.A.
1988, July 4, (20h10 - 00h10) KDVS, Davis, U.S.A.
1988, Aug. 11, (23h00 - 00h00) KZSC, Santa Cruz, U.S.A.
1988, Sept. 8, (21h30 - 22h00) KZSC, Santa Cruz, U.S.A.
1988, Oct. 2, (01h10 - 03h00) KGNU, Boulder, U.S.A.
1988, Nov. 11, (01h05 - 02h35) WRCT, Pittsburgh, U.S.A.
1989, Jan. 20, (00h05 - 0h45) KZSC, Santa Cruz, U.S.A.
1989, Jan. 26, (22h00 - 02h00) KFJC, Los Altos Hills, U.S.A.
1989, Dec. 5, (23h00 - 03h00) Radio Banzai, Den Bosch, The Netherlands
1990, Oct. 4, (21h30 - 22h00) KZSC, Santa Cruz, U.S.A.
1991, March 12, (00h30 - 01h30) KXLU, L.A., U.S.A.
1991, July 2, (00h30 - 01h15) KPFA, Berkeley, U.S.A.
1991, Aug. 27, (15h30 - 18h00) WFMU, Jersey, U.S.A.
1991, Aug. 30, (11h30 - 13h00) WFMU, Jersey, U.S.A.
1991, Oct. 8, (19h40 - 20h00) Radio Rataplan, Nijmegen, The Netherlands
1991, Oct. 14, (22h00 - 23h30) Psychic Rally 104.5 FM, Zurich, Switzerland
1991, Oct. 31, (23h15 - 23h45) Frequence 4, Bordeaux, France
1992, Feb. 4, (01h00 - 01h30) KPFA, Berkeley, U.S.A.
1992, Mar. 19, (22h30 - 01h00) KFJC, Los Altos Hills, U.S.A.
1993, Mar. 6, (23h00 - 00h05) KGNU, Boulder, U.S.A.
1993, Mar. 18, (23h45 - 02h00) KFJC, Los Altos Hills, U.S.A.
1993, July 1 , (22h45 - 02h00) KFJC, Los Altos Hills, U.S.A.
1993, Aug. 19 , (23h35 - 00h05) KFJC, Los Altos Hills, U.S.A.
1993, Oct. 12, (01h00 - 02h00) KXLU, L.A., U.S.A.
1993, Nov. 30, (12h30 - 13h00) KUSF, San Francisco, U.S.A.
1994, June 21, (00h01 - 01h35) KXLU, L.A., U.S.A..
1994, June 22, (19h00 - 19h45) KSPC, Claremont, U.S.A.
1994, Oct. 27 , (22h00 - 02h00) KFJC, Los Altos Hills, U.S.A.
1995, Feb. 1, (00h30 - 00h50) KPFA, Berkeley, U.S.A.
1995, Apr. 27 , (22h00 - 02h00) KFJC, Los Altos Hills, U.S.A.
G.X. Jupitter-Larsen (The Haters)
CD featuring a series of 16 noise collages. Each individual piece made
from the sounds of things falling apart; some being partly or
completely silent. Some of the gaps between the pieces are silent,
while others are of noise. So while some pieces of silence are
interrupted by gaps of noise and some pieces of noise are interrupted
by gaps of silence, other pieces of noise are followed by gaps of more
noise and other pieces of silence are followed by gaps of more silence.
The theme being the role that uncertainty plays in knowledge. (V2
CD: "Noise as the Blank Banner of an Untitled Ideology", "The Facts On
Polywave", "Strength Through Emptiness". (We Never Sleep, 1993)
WIND LICKED DIRT
Blank CD & sample of dirt packaged together with instructions which
state that one plays the disc by rubbing dirt on it. Bypassing any need
for a stereo. (Self-released, 1993)
CD: "The Stuff Twitching", "Touch Upon Inappropriateness", "Accidental
Similarity", "Slipping Between Slight". (Commercial Failure, 1994)
CD: "Smack", "Fireback", "Mangle Whack", "Make A Fire And Be Happy". (Released as part of the PURE Series by RRRecords, 1995)
MIND THE GAP
CD: "Mind The Gap #6", "Mind The Gap #8", and "Things Can Only Get
Hater". All three tracks were produced from stapling records together
with an amplified staple-gun. (Vinyl Communication, 1996)
DRUNK ON DECAY
CD: "Drunk On Decay 3", "Drunk On Decay 4", and "Drunk On Decay 5". All
three tracks were produced from an amplified funnel eroding on rotating
sandpaper. (Relapse/Release, 1997)
HEARING MUD DRY
Mini-CD: "Hearing Mud Dry". (V2 Archief, 1997)
CD: "Predetermined By Accident 8", "Predetermined By Accident 12",
"Drop Ascending One", "Drop Ascending Two", "Drop Ascending Three",
"Drop Ascending Four", "Cultivating Calamities" and "Cultivating
Calamities Again". Liner-notes tell the tale of ŒFarmer-X &
The Piggy Girls¹. (Vinyl Communication, 1997)
HATERS' VOICE OF VICTORY
CD: the clici-clic, smash-up, and auto-crash versions of "Haters¹
Voice of Victory", "Mind The Gap #11" and "Mind The Gap #12". (Self
Abuse Records, 1998)
Silent EP which comes with instructions which informs the holder that
he must first complete the record by scratching it before he can listen
to it on his stereo. (Self-released, 1983)
THE HATERS, IN THE SHADE OF FIRE
LP of 10 noise compositions made from the sounds of things falling apart. (Silent Records, 1986)
WIND LICKED DIRT
Blank LP & sample of dirt packaged in a transparent bag with
instructions which state that one plays the record by rubbing dirt on
it. Bypassing any need for a stereo. (RRRecords, 1988)
Flexi disc: "Fuchait". (vis'a'vis, 1988)
LP of 3 recordings taken from live performances. Grooves on one side
run from edge to centre, while the grooves on the other side run centre
to edge. (Alamut Records, 1988)
EP featuring the fire soundtracks "Fire 20" and "Fire 21". Pressed on
translucent flame-coloured vinyl. Packaged in a clear transparent
sleeve marked with black fire motif. (Silent Records, 1990)
A BASIC INTRODUCTION TO THE T.N.U.
Enclosed in this special third printing is an EP featuring four tracks
of Jupitter-Larsen reading from the said text. Record has standard
grooves on one side, and random grooves on the other. Booklet printed
on grey card; record pressed on grey vinyl. (Alamut Records, 1990)
DISSOLVING METAL ZEROS
Single featuring two collaborations by Jupitter-Larsen & David
Jackman. Both individual pieces are entitled "Dissolving Metal Zeros".
K2 & THE HATERS
EP featuring two collaborations by Jupitter-Larsen & Kimihide
Kusafuka; "Smell of Shovel" and "Will for Junk Foods". (Jointly
released by K.M.I. and Banned, 1994)
Single-sided EP: "Polywelle Tykit". (Syntactic, 1994)
EP: the smash and clici-clic versions of "Truncated Formica". (Self Abuse Records, 1995)
Mini-LP: "Kaboom", "Kapow", "Random Cross Sections", and "Brisk Blaze".
On each side the outside track plays inwards while the inside track
plays outwards. Both end at a silent lack groove in the middle of the
record. (Commercial Failure, 1995)
PREDETERMINED BY ACCIDENT
EP: "Predetermined By Accident 8" and "Predetermined By Accident 12". (Vinyl Communication, 1995)
EP: "Rubbish Often Tears" and "Reflections Off Trash". Pressed on white vinyl. (Apraxia, 1995)
A FURTHERED PAUSE
EP: "A Furthered Pause 2" and "A Furthered Pause 3". (Robot Records, 1995)
Single featuring two recordings of the sound of breaking glass. Pressed
on clear vinyl. Produced & engineered by David Jackman. (Banned,
Double EP: "Drop Ascending One", "Drop Ascending Two", "Drop Ascending
Three", and "Drop Ascending Four". First 200 pressed on translucent
green vinyl. (Vinyl Communication, 1995)
Picture Disc EP: "Nirgends 2" and "Nirgends 3" (Syntactic, 1995)
A FURTHERED PAUSE
EP: "A Furthered Pause 2" and "A Furthered Pause 3". (Robot Records, 1996)
Single: "Nikumu Ni" and "Nikumu San". Half were pressed on translucent
red vinyl, while the other half were pressed on clear vinyl. (kubitsuri
Compilation-EP compiled by Jupitter-Larsen, and featuring "Rectal Mucus
Popsicle" by Smell & Quim, "Flint" by Chop Shop, "Calldown" by
Com-Dom, and "Rough" by The Haters. (Noisopoly 1996)
Single: "Stain" and "Smear". Produced by Mark The 3 Kord Scissor King,
sounds of destruction were sampled, edited, and processed beyond all
recognition. (Behemoth Records, 1996)
Single: "Disconnected Number" and "Unlisted Number". Pressed on greenish-copper coloured vinyl. (Pinch A Loaf, 1997)
Mini-LP: "Cultivating Calamities" and "Cultivating Calamities Again".
Liner-notes tell the tale of ŒFarmer-X & The Piggy
Girls¹. (Vinyl Communication, 1997)
CONCEPTUAL AND CASSETTE
OXYGEN IS FLAMMABLE
A broken piece of plastic packaged in a small box. Enclosed are
instructions which state that the broken plastic is a record. And that
it's played by pouring water over it. The instructions also call
attention to possible similarities between the sounds of water falling
and fire rising. (Self-released, 1990)
Ball of cotton batting packaged in a small box. Rapped around the
contents are instructions on three thin strips of paper. Instructions
which informs the holder that the cotton batting is a recording. And
that this record is played by being squeezed. The sound this record
gives being a "sharp fluffy slightness" and a "thin fluffy pressed".
C60 featuring a noise collage in two parts. A sound-poem made from the
shrieks & cackle of a young girl being whipped by her lover. (We
Never Sleep, 1987)
C60 containing a two-part collage of clici-clicing. (S.P.H., 1992)
BUILDING EMPTY HOLES
C60 featuring a two-part collage of clici-clicing. (Old Europa Cafe, 1993)
SILENT SHOVELS SMASHING SUT
C30 containing a two-part collage made from the sounds of things
falling apart. Included is a 12 page booklet, published in Chinese,
containing text about The Haters by the editors of the Taiwanese
magazine Noise. (Noise, 1994)
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