Complete Discography of GX Jupitter-Larsen
(Solo, in collaborations, and as The Haters)
C D :
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 Archief, 1992)
CD: "Noise as the Blank Banner of an Untitled Ideology", "The
Facts On Polywave", "Strength Through Emptiness". (We Never
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. With the CD as action, not object, the listener becomes the performer. (Self-released, 1993) Video clip here.
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,
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 Communications, 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 compilation of collaborations between K2, AMK, and The Haters.
(Vinyl Communications, 1997)
DAVID IRELAND AND GX JUPITTER-LARSEN
CD featuring three collaborations between GX Jupitter-Larsen and David Ireland;
"Anti-Time", "Kettleday", and "Xylowave".
(Vinyl Communications, 1999)
DER DENKENDE ROSS TAT ES
CDR: "Der Denkende Ross tat es". (Tochnit Aleph, 1999)
THE HATERS, NOTABLY SCANNER
CD featuring collaborations between GX Jupitter-Larsen and Robin Rimbaud; "Dead
Batteries 1 through 3". (Vinyl Communications, 1999)
SURVIVAL RESEARCH LABORATORIES
CD featuring selected excerpts of live soundtracks by
GX Jupitter-Larsen for Mark Pauline's SRL performances
from 1992 to 1998. (Sub Rosa, 2001)
Mini-CD: 20 minute excerpt of "Death-Defying Sickness". (Banned, 2002)
UNTITLED TITLE SHOTS
CD of realtime recordings of the Untitled Title Belt feeding back
on itself. No multi-tracking or post-production was applied;
"Untitled Title Shot 15", "Untitled Title Shot 16", and
"Untitled Title Shot 18".(Noisopoly, 2002)
CD: "Death-Defying Sickness". (Noisopoly, 2002)
Business-Card-CD packaged within a tightly bound brick of cardboard and scrap paper: "Audiothecary 9". (Banned, 2004)
THE HATERS 25th ANNIVERSARY
CD-Rom featuring a 25 hour long piece entitled "The Haters 25th Anniversary" in both the mp3 and ogg vorbis file formats. (Tochnit Aleph, 2004)
25 CDR box set: Each disc contains a noise collage of about 50 minutes on average. Every technique ever utilized by The Haters was incorporated into these recordings. Recorded during the first 6 months of 2004, this performance/release-project was only made available from the label's web site during the last 6 months of 2004. (TRONIKS, 2004) In 2007, slowpills posted the following review on I Heart Noise:..."vital in my reaching a fuller understanding of The Haters. All clean digital sounds that are what I would describe as 'none of the above', not beautiful or ugly, not connected with noise or electroacoustic canons... impenetrable (is) their best quality."
ZERO IS THE JOURNEY
CD featuring two collaborations between The Haters and The New Blockaders ( GX Jupitter-Larsen and Richard Rupenus ) entitled "Zero Is" and "The Journey". Packaged in a vinyl case with a 12 page booklet of images and Paneleze text by GX Jupitter-Larsen. (PsychForm Records, 2004) A review posted on Night Science:..."Zero Is The Journey is not destruction or entropy in action but the lull which follows the act, the void created by what used to be. The act of destruction is necessarily preceded by an existence - a previous wholeness - which is a necessity deemed superfluous to 'Zero Is The Journey' over its, at times, inanimate hour of anti-existence. 'Zero Is' bears the slightest discreet textural dynamic, utterly lifeless feedbacks the one constant as shards of the former existence appear at intermittent points in the travel; these are never hurried or complex, but a simple reminder of what occured before, that which the listener will never be privy to. The evocation is not zero-ness but of impending zero, the slide into nothingness and the coming loss. 'The Journey' is that bit closer to volatility - as if the journey is actually one away from zero - as the second half makes more explicit what only could be sensed in 'Zero Is.' Progress and dynamic movement are more obvious for the second half, which actually makes the structure of the work feel less rigid than the constricting approach of the first. 'Zero Is The Journey' is an audacious collaboration, the combination of much more than the sound; both more explicit and more intuitive than I thought possible, even from these two long-standing artists. That they manage to ignore activity, personality and musicality to just celebrate the way to nothing is one of the preeminent realistations of what both have been working many a year for."
MIND THE GAP 2005
Limited edition mini-CDR of "Mind The Gap 2005" which was made from stapling records together with an amplified staple-gun. (P-Tapes, 2005)
CD featuring three collaborations between GX Jupitter-Larsen and Allan Zane entitled "Banjax I-III". Standard edition of 900. An artist's edition of 100 was released in two parts. In the artist's edition, the CD is packaged in a silk-screened draw-string bag. It comes with a signed and numbered print by both, as well as a mail-in voucher for a Conceptual version of the release. (Somnimage, 2005) Joe Lombardo wrote a review of Banjax in the form of a poem here. Then Keith Moline in The Wire wrote: Less an album than a force of nature, Banjax is a noise showdown to end all noise showdowns. It veers constantly between noise as an annihilating force and noise as a product of destruction, between the corrupting and the corrupted. Electronically processed piledrivers and drilling equipment abound, along with an acrid, amorphous yet deadly ambience, like steam coming off an acid bath. Some passages sound like the duo are desperately trying to keep the lid on a volatile Pandora's box... It's extreme electronic noise, full of hate. You know you love it.
CD: "Nikumu 2007" parts 1 through 4. (Kubitsuri Tapes, 2007)
CD: "Further" parts 1 and 2. (Transparency, 2008)
THE HATERS, IN THE SHADE OF FIRE
CD: Remastered and expanded remix of the 10 noise compositions originally released as a LP in 1986. (Hanson Records, 2009) Sam McKinlay wrote: THE HATERS' celebrated early work “In the Shade of Fire” acts as a document collection for the listener that also reflects THE HATERS strong textural aesthetic through object manipulation and recording that defines GX's place in the world of 'harsh noise'. Listening your way through the material is a studied and defined testament to different representational fragments of heavy sound and source manipulation. The tracks Glasm and Diti are explosive introductory and side concluding / framing pieces that highlight and pronounce the breaking and crashing down of material, all gelled with bass driven strikes whose trails deteriorate into hints of cascading dirty and dark 'Americanoise' distortion. Bebas powers through a heavier dynamic with conscious falling apart of source material, but in abstracted waves that suggest the material being rebuilt just to simply fall and crash apart again with a sense of powerful futility. Thuch enhances the textural elements of the explosions and crashing as the sharpness of the strikes are slightly rounded at the edges to expose an almost gurgling texture that moves and slaps with vicious perplexity. Taisic represents a very early 'Americanoise' study of hiss manipulation that is accented with minimalist scraping that bring to mind the force of process on top of the white noise line. Cassas is the album's meditated example of sharp shot-driven violence; articulated and seemingly layered for optimum cutting and breaking which bring forth sound dynamism from very physical deterioration. Fire 5 is an amazing example of a highly textural wall of sound that, to the contemporary fan of gritty and dirty crunch waves, is a primary early example of powerful crackle lines that focus on the inner dynamism of the sound itself. All of the material discussed above is made up of elements of physicality and process, but the tracks Iny 1 and Iny 2 act, for the listener, as the notes for the ideology of process and falling apart as they act as a more minimal, subtle, and exacting study of the scraping, scuffing, and hands on work of the artist as he manipulates the deteriorating materials. In essence, Iny 2 is an amazing concluding track that reminds the listener of the core focus and ideology behind THE HATERS' exemplification of grating sound via concept driven manipulation of tangible sources, the process, the aftermath, and the eventual recording that reflects all of the above sound qualities.
Bonus CD included with book of same title: "Saccages" parts 1 through 3. The book is an anthology of French translations of text by GX Jupitter-Larsen. The CD is in Italian and Japanese. (LUFF and Le Groupe de La Riponne, 2009)
THESE THINGS HAPPEN Volume 1
CD: "Truncated Formica (Smash Version)", "Truncated Formica (Clici-Clic Version)", "Rubbish Often Tears", "Reflections Off Trash", "Drop Ascending One", "Drop Ascending Two", "Nirgends 2", "A Furthered Pause 2", "Nikumu Ni", "Nikumu San", "Smear", "Disconnected Number", "Unlisted Number", and "Paper Tears / Time Doesn't Move". (Helicopter, 2012)
THESE THINGS HAPPEN Volume 2
CD: "Huwa", "Fuchait", "Clici-Clicing", "The Thinking Ross Did", "Blasts Of Beauty", "Changing The Tire", "Distant Explosions", "Not The Totimorphous", and "Drunk On Decay". (Helicopter, 2012)
CD: Live recording of performance 388. Performing by thinking about performing was one of the themes of this final performance of the 2012 Extreme Rituals Schimpfluch Carnival. GX Jupitter-Larsen, Joke Lanz, Rudolf Eb.er, and Mike Dando were sitting on stage amplifying brainwaves. (Fragment Factory, 2014)
EP with 5 tracks. (Self-released, 1981) East Berlin artist Robert Rehfeldt (1931-1993) utilized this record as the soundtrack for his 1981 short film "Art In Process". Unaware that the film had ever been completed, GX Jupitter-Larsen wouldn't actually see this collaboration in person until a chance visit to the Nationalgalerie in Berlin in 2003. It was being screened as part of a "Kunst In Der DDR" retrospective.
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) This same year Paul Hurst released on his Sydney-based label, Societe Anonyme, a C60 cassette entitled "Performance". This tape featured different completed variations of this record from other artists. In the years to follow, a number of other labels from all over would issue similar releases. Video clip here.
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 grooveless 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. With the record as action, not object, the listener becomes the performer. (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 GX
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 between GX Jupitter-Larsen and David Jackman.
Both individual pieces are entitled "Dissolving Metal Zeros".
K2 & THE HATERS
EP featuring two collaborations between GX Jupitter-Larsen and 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 Communications, 1995)
EP: "Rubbish Often Tears" and "Reflections Off Trash".
Pressed on white vinyl. (Apraxia, 1995)
Single featuring "Break" and "Through", two recordings
of the sound of breaking glass. Pressed on clear vinyl. Produced & engineered
by David Jackman. (Banned, 1995)
Double EP: "Drop Ascending One", "Drop Ascending Two",
"Drop Ascending Three", and "Drop Ascending Four". First
200 pressed on translucent green vinyl. (Vinyl Communications, 1995)
Picture Disc EP: "Nirgends 2" and "Nirgends 3" (Syntactic,
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 Tapes, 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" (Vinyl Communications, 1997)
LITTLE FYODOR AND THE HATERS
Single featuring two collaborations by Little Fyodor and The Haters. (Noisopoly
MANON ANNE GILLIS & GX JUPITTER-LARSEN
EP featuring two collaborations by Manon Anne Gillis and GX Jupitter-Larsen.
Both tracks are featured as two distinct pieces interlaced together as double
grooves on both sides of the record. (Noisopoly, 2000)
THE HATERS / JOHN WIESE
Single-sided LP with "Drunk On Decay 15" by The
Haters, "Acrobats" by John Wiese, and 4 collaborative
lock grooves. (Helicopter, 2000)
JOHN WIESE & GX JUPITTER-LARSEN
EP featuring excerpt of live radio
broadcast on KDVS Davis, March 24 2002. (Helicopter, 2002)
Single featuring two collaborations by John Wiese and GX Jupitter-Larsen. (Helicopter, 2006)
Single featuring "Polyheiluttaa" & "Xyloheiluttaa". (Freak Animal, 2006)
CRICKETS IN THE HOLLYWOOD SUBWAY
Single featuring "Crickets in The Hollywood Subway" & "Tasmanian Devil About The Polywave". (Little Enjoyer, 2007)
MIND THE GAP 2008 (The IN-STORE ALBUM)
LP with 22 backwards parallel tracks. Eleven interlaced tracks per side that play from the inside out. The first in the In-Store series, this record is only available at the RRRecords actual store location in Lowell MA. No mail orders are allowed. Each copy has a personalized cover with a polaroid of the customer holding the record in the shop. Each individual record is actually named after the customer ie: "The _____________ Album". (RRRecords, 2008)
BIG TIME CRASH BANG 2008
LP of two noise compositions made from mangled-up car crashes sounds - tires squeeling, glass shattering. and metal crunching. (RRRecords, 2008) de-elevator posted this review on his blog: Loops of car accident sounds repeated and over-lapped until PERMANENTLY burnt into one's memory, but... I find myself lulled into a sense of calm - despite the apparent abrasiveness of the sounds and how they clash with one-another. This LP is a place that I can inhabit and interject with my own thoughts, wishes, desires and anger if i wish - it is a blank slate, like no other recording that I can recall... It is both a release, and a cave to hide in - a wonderful creation of PURE ambience. This LP presents the listener with the tools and allows, dares them to create their own story. My story is re-written every fucking day, but I know this record will ALWAYS have a place for me to hide, develop my own narrative, and be uncomfortable in my leisure.
Mini-LP: "Expanded Slam" and "Extended Slam". Liner-notes regarding the permawave as exclamation point. (Hrönir, 2010)
DIE ARBEITER VON WIEN
Single: "Die Arbeiter von Wien" and "The Workers of Vienna". A collaboration between GX Jupitter-Larsen and Muennich. Half pressed on black vinyl and half on red vinyl. (Fragment Factory, 2011)
Single: "Rip" and "Off". A three way collaboration between GX Jupitter-Larsen & John Wiese with The New Blockaders. Paper tearing sounds being the only sound source. One edition has printed labels with gold ink on purple. A second edition has printed labels with gold ink on black. The black label edition was bundled with two C-10 bonus cassettes featuring four different remixes of the single. (Helicopter, 2011)
GX JUPITTER-LARSEN WITH CHEAPMACHINES
Single featuring two collaborations by GX Jupitter-Larsen and Philip Julian: "Continuous Tunnel Clock" on one side, and "Self Propelled Wrinkle" on the other. Pressed on yellowish orange vinyl. (Anarchymoon Recordings, 2011) Bob Bellerue in his label's catalog wrote that this record is "a blustering clusterfuck of audiophile murk. Two sides that cruise through the digestive system of cement truck whales, orgone subways, and curdled rivers of molten latex."
FRANCISCO LOPEZ WITH GX JUPITTER-LARSEN
Mini LP featuring two collaborations by GX Jupitter-Larsen and Francisco Lopez: "unititled #282" on one side, and "9 Minute Glitch" on the other. (Phage Tapes, 2011)
A collaboration EP by GX Jupitter-Larsen and Adam Jennings (Winters In Osaka) consisting of 61 wrestling-related lock grooves. A tribute to the legendary wrestler Giant Baba, even numbered grooves were by GX, while the odd numbered were done by Jennings. A percentage of this release was packaged in a monochromatic sleeve, while the rest were in a full colour sleeve of the same artwork. Pages from old wrestling magazines functioned as readymade inserts. (Cipher Productions, 2011)
EMPTY HOLES / EMPTY HOMES
Double-sided flexi disc included within the book with the same title: “Empty Holes” on one side, and “Empty Homes” on the other. (Blossoming Noise, 2013)
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. With the record as action, not object, the listener becomes the performer. (Self-released,
1990) Video clip here.
Ball of cotton batting packaged in a small box. Wrapped 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". Again, the record as action, not object. (Self-released,
1991) Video clip here.
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,
C90 re-mix of the C60. (We Never Sleep, 1988)
C60 sounds of things fulling apart. (Angakok, 1989)
C60 featuring clici-clicing. (SPH-Portugal, 1992)
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,
THE SUBSEQUENT RIP
C02 featuring clici-clicing on one side and over-modulated paper-tearing
on the other. (Banned, 1995)
C01 featuring "Audiothecary 11" on one side and "Audiothecary 12" on the other. (SRR, 2004)
WIND LICKED DIRT
C-0 packaged in a plastic bag with real dirt. Cassette is played by rubbing dirt in it. No need for a stereo. With the tape as action, not object, the listener becomes the performer. (Hanson Records, 2008)
BUILDING EMPTY HOLES
Completely self-contained audio device consisting of a cassette player complete with a 6-minute endless-loop cassette and a miniature amplifier all packaged inside a handmade wooden box. The recording on the tape is of distorted drilling by The Haters. The box was designed and crafted by Luke Tandy. (Skeleton Dust Recordings, 2011)
MULTIPROTOCOL LEXICON SWITCHING
C-20 featuring "Multiprotocol Lexicon Switching (Part 1)" and "Multiprotocol Lexicon Switching (Part 2)". (Phage Tapes / Small Doses, 2011)
GX Jupitter-Larsen & Blackhouse collaboration (2006) link.
Kenji Siratori & GX Jupitter-Larsen collaborations (2006) link.
GX Jupitter-Larsen & Government Alpha collaboration (2006) link.
Rafael Flores & GX Jupitter-Larsen collaboration (2007) link.
GX Jupitter-Larsen with Cheapmachines (2007) link.
GX Jupitter-Larsen with Torturing Nurse (2008) link.
The Haters Clici-Clic 1992 (2011) link.
Permawave 2014 (2014) link.
MP3 BLOG POSTS:
Free mp3 posts on the GX communique blog HERE.
Not all the information iTunes has posted is correct, but you can now download your favorite GX or Haters track directly onto your lap: HERE and HERE.
The official GX bandcamp page: HERE.
COMPILATIONS & SPLITS:
At last count, GX Jupitter-Larsen (either solo or as The Haters) was featured on 309 CD, vinyl, and tape compilations & splits.
A xylowave occurs everytime an effect
has no cause, or a cause has no effect.