There's a new youTube channel by GX Jupitter-Larsen. All based on his daily mail. Like & subscribe:
Wednesday, July 7, 2021
"Many of my most memorable performances have all happened in July. The first time I ever did my ventriloquist act; Denver 1991. The time I toured with Human Head Transplant through The Netherlands, in 1992. That time in ’94 when I drilled a hole in the sky by skydiving with drill bits. The only time I’ve performed in Nashville was in July 2001. The only time I dug a hole in the ground with live mics was In Stralsund Germany in 2005. Perhaps the most electrifying of all my July performances was in San Francisco in 1993. It was the first time I used Greg Leyh’s ion-gun to charge an entire audience to 5000 volts. The audience became the real show when they all ran around giving each other shocks. And then, there’s August; but that’s a whole nother Kettleday of fish…"
Wednesday, April 7, 2021
Wednesday, January 27, 2021
Friday, September 4, 2020
Mind The Gap was originally released as a CD on the Vinyl Communications label in 1996. Included is a new bonus track mixed by GX in 2020. The main sound source for all the tracks was derived from amplified staple-guns while the devices were being used to staple vinyl records together.
Tuesday, August 4, 2020
Tuesday, July 14, 2020
Friday, July 3, 2020
Friday, June 5, 2020
Saturday, April 25, 2020
GX Jupitter-Larsen, 2020
Saturday, February 15, 2020
We’ve been in pre-production for two years now. In that time we’ve built props, produced the main soundtrack, and shot hours of second-camera footage. Important scenes have been shot staring John Duncan, John Wiese, Ace Farren Ford of Smegma, and Andy Bolus of Evil Moisture to name but a few. https://igg.me/at/rdesk
At this point we’re ready to start principal photography. We still need to build sets, and finish casting. Whatever support you can give will go a long way in completing this project. https://igg.me/at/rdesk
Thinking of supporting us? We have many perks; many of them classics from the discography, bibliography, and videography of GX Jupitter-Larsen. We also have two exclusive limited edition releases. The first is a cassette / download by GX & PAINJERK. The second is a lathe cut 7-inch by GX. The record is packaged with original art by GX, signed and numbered. Both the collaboration tape and the lathe cut record will only be made available during this campaign. https://igg.me/at/rdesk
Sunday, December 29, 2019
Sunday, October 13, 2019
In Oakland, performing as The Haters, GX Jupitter-Larsen scraped a shovel against a large amplified wall clock held up by Paul Dickerson. In Oakland, a shovel was pushed against a clock. Then a couple months later, in Denver, the clock was pushed into the shovel...
A video of the Oakland show can be viewed here: https://youtu.be/_bXCyREqyoU
Friday, July 19, 2019
"I don’t think my dad was ever completely convinced of my mother’s explanation on why she had the middle name she had. What would become the first half of my hyphenated surname. My mother always said it didn’t have anything to do with the planet. What with the different spelling and all that. During the televised broadcast of Neil Armstrong’s first step on the moon, the three of us were glued to the TV set. I was ten when it happened. I remember it well, Neil Armstrong jumping off the ladder of the Lunar Module as my dad kept teasing my mom about her name. Mom didn’t always take the teasing well. She definitely wasn't in the mood during Apollo 11. As they went at it, I ended up leaving to play with a couple of girls I knew. Elaine was eight and Sue was six. We went to our local playground. We swung on swings, the whole while never taking our eyes off the sky, and talking about the moon for what seemed like hours. It was about the only thing any of us talked about for the next couple of years."