Category: Bands and Artists

  • Josef K. Noyce

    Josef K. Noyce

    An archival website for the Josef K. Noyce project of Wolfgang Doringer. https://www.base.at/jkn/

  • John T. Baker

    John T. Baker

    01139 John T. Baker first arrived in GAJOOB’s PO Box with his cassette, Itchy Scalp Theater in 1995, and was an instant favorite of mine. His brand of guitar-laden, melodic pop is a joy. He has released his music under a few different label names: Ivey deMilo Recordings was early and recently it’s Baker Acres.

  • Dave Fuglewicz

    Dave Fuglewicz

    #151 Dave Fuglewicz was a creator of electronic music since the early 80’s and active in independent music circles since 1990. As a longtime Tapegerm collaborator, he explored a wide range of styles working both solo and together with a wide range of artists from noise to spoken word. Before his passing he archived a large body of […]

  • Dino DiMuro

    Dino DiMuro

    #593 Dino DiMuro was one of my early favorite hometaper contacts; his quirky prog rock pop songs were full of quick changes and odd slices of life. Dino was first interviewed in GAJOOB #4.

  • Captive Audience/Pivotal Records

    Captive Audience/Pivotal Records

    Captive Audience is the electronic music project of Conley/Warwick. The duo was active in the underground tape world and contributed to Tapegerm in its beginnings and later as well. Captive Audience also created short films and distributed them on VHS tapes. Artifacts

  • Stephen George Smith

    Stephen George Smith

    Stephen was the first artist to respond to GAJOOB’s call for submissions to the Discussions CD project. I’m afraid this contirbution was the extent of Smith’s work appearing in GAJOOB. See Stephen George Smith on Apple Music

  • Leif(Kolt)

    Leif(Kolt)

    We received the 2005 debut release from Leif(Kolt) who is active beyond 2020 and also run Black Candle Tattoo Co.

  • Hoover’s G-String

    Hoover’s G-String

    Hoover’s G-String was an Arlington, Virginia garage band active from 1996 to around 2004. GAJOOB received their debut cassette and a quick follow-up called New Red Demo. Two years later came their first CD, Gargle.

  • Tom Furgas

    Tom Furgas

    P00474 Tom Furgas’ 1986 Courtesy Patrol cassette with Bill Lehman called Razor Clocks was one of my earliest exposures to cassette culture and resonated with my own style of music most among the first tapes I ordered. Tom was the first cassette culture artist I interviewed.

  • Wendy S. Duke

    Wendy published Dumpster Times, an anarchist zine out of Akron, Ohio. She went on to teach drama and establish a theatre program for people on the autism spectrum, among many things.