|Real Name:||Kevin Drumm|
Avant-garde tabletop guitarist Kevin Drumm was born and raised in 1970 in South Holland, IL, playing in a handful of rock bands before relocating to Chicago in 1991 to work at the city's Board of Trade. He soon began his experiments with prepared guitar, applying objects including magnets, binder clips, chains, a violin bow and even toenail clippers to distort the instrument's sound; in time Drumm befriended a number of members of Chicago's growing improv community, including Jim O'Rourke (with whom he served in Brise-Glace, additionally contributing to Gastr del Sol's Upgrade and Afterlife album and Ken Vandermark. In late 1997 Drumm made his solo debut with a self-titled (Perdition Plastics) and has released superb duo records with Taku Sugimoto (Sonoris), Axel Dörner, Martin Tètreault (both Erstwhile) and Ralf Wehowsky (Selektion).
|Sites:||Bandcamp , recreationalpanick.blogspot.com , Wikipedia |
|Aliases:||... (12), Big Ears (6), Fashion Will Guide Me|
|In Groups:||Bull (8), Dirty Old Man River, Mad Owl (2), Rev. Mink Mud, Territory Band-2, Territory Band-3, The Alan Licht / Loren Mazzacane-Connors Ensemble, Triangles|
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