The Thrill Kill Kult saga began in Chicago 1987 when recently transplanted Boston musician Buzz McCoy and poet/artist/singer Groovie Mann discovered that they shared a similarly oblique view of the world inspired by tabloid headlines, B-movie ethos, sexually ambiguous decadence and sheer boredom.
With a revolving cast of eccentric characters, patented use of samples and live instrumentation, intriguing subject matter, outrageous stage shows, and general propensity towards sensory overload, My life With The Thrill Kill Kult has – throughout the past decade and with each new project -continually reinvented its own reality, earning a somewhat mythical status in the process.
Also appearing the Mission Creeps.
This Tucson trio, The Mission Creeps paints dark but catchy cinematic panoramas, like Ian Curtis lost in the desert instead of a crumbling Manchester.
The Mission Creeps are renowned for their chemistry and dynamic live stage performances. Each show differs and may include a light show; belly, go go, or fire dancers; video; dual drummers; percussion; theremin; accordion; and haunting samples.