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I started a record label

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I started Frustration Jazz earlier this year, initially to put out my own music and I’ve been keeping it pretty quiet until now because of that. But after just three releases – two solo and one by The Drunken Boat – I’m really excited to be puting out the first recordings that I’m not directly involved in. David Palliser’s Lame & Free is a 3-track album of freely improvised music, played mostly on alto sax, influenced by free jazz but definitely non-idiomatic in its approach. David is a member of Melbourne free music legends Charles Ives Singers amongst other acts, as well as being an awesome painter. As for the label, I plan on keeping it pretty wide ranging with a definite bent towards sounds from outside, underneath and in-between. And as much as I like the more free and fucked-up elements of jazz, it’s NOT a ‘jazz’ label.

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The Drunken Boat on Bandcamp

My melbourne-based duo with Dale Chapman put out a CD-R last year, our first release, entitled Obliterated Highway. Two tracks of cathartic shit-core noise and a third (over 20 minutes long) of butalist rock n’ roll minimalism involving a two-string guitar and electronics. There’s still a handful of physical copies left, available from our new Bandcamp page. More recordings on the way soon as well.