MR. BUNGLE – Live @ Blue Note, USA (1999)

Mr. Bungle played The Blue Note in Columbia, MO on October 24th, 1999. There were two sets and we had permission to tape the first part. Documented with three SVHS cameras (with various recording issues) and edited in post. Audio was from the back balcony. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XvdkV1MG4Zo SETLIST: Citta Violenta (Ennio Morricone cover)The Air-Conditioned NightmareChemical MarriageNone… Continue lendo MR. BUNGLE – Live @ Blue Note, USA (1999)

MR. BUNGLE – Dead Goon

Mr. Bungle's self-titled debut album was released on August 13, 1991, through Warner Bros. Records. Mike Patton managed to get his band hired by the major label after he became the vocalist for Faith No More. The album mixes a variety of musical styles, including ska, circus music, heavy metal, free jazz, and funk. AllMusic… Continue lendo MR. BUNGLE – Dead Goon

SEVEN)SUNS – Quote Unquote (Mr. Bungle)

Tribeca New Music presents: SEVEN)SUNS performing Mr. Bungle's "Travolta" (later re-titled as "Quote/Unquote", due to legal implications), live at Nancy Manocherian's - The Cell, NYC (April 17, 2016). The song is taken from Mr. Bungle's self-titled debut album (1991). https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kIG6RUCaOFc Amanda Lo, violin;Earl Maneein, viola;Fung Chern Hwei, violin;Jennifer DeVore, cello MR. BUNGLE'S "TRAVOLTA" ("QUOTE/UNQUOTE") https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mwRnBS3hmwA… Continue lendo SEVEN)SUNS – Quote Unquote (Mr. Bungle)

‘Isolated, Antisocial and Afraid of People’: Mike Patton Is Finally Ready to Talk About Last Year

Rolling Stone, July 19, 2022 Dead Cross singer opens up about battle with agoraphobia that derailed Faith No More and Mr. Bungle’s tour plans last fall and how he hopes to get back on the road again this year To the surprise of everyone on his team, Mike Patton wants to talk about how his life derailed over… Continue lendo ‘Isolated, Antisocial and Afraid of People’: Mike Patton Is Finally Ready to Talk About Last Year

Mike Patton’s “Falling To Pieces”: torn between Mr. Bungle and FNM

In an interview, Faith No More's producer Matt Wallace remarks that “during The Real Thing, Mike Patton was still not 100 percent committed to Faith No More, and this is my own reading, I could be wrong, but I think his way of protecting himself and feeling like he was still part of Bungle was that… Continue lendo Mike Patton’s “Falling To Pieces”: torn between Mr. Bungle and FNM

Faith No More Producer Matt Wallace Tells the Stories Behind the Albums

By Chris Steffen - AllMusic, August 17, 2015 When Faith No More returned with Sol Invictus earlier this year, they brought with them massive expectations based on their back catalog. The album ended up receiving wide acclaim, including our four-star review, in which AllMusic editor Mark Deming asserts that the album "truly adds to the strength of the group's legacy… Continue lendo Faith No More Producer Matt Wallace Tells the Stories Behind the Albums

MR. BUNGLE – Vanity Fair

"Vanity Fair" is taken from Mr. Bungle's 1999 album, California. The lyrics refer to the Skoptsi, among other human oddities and ascetic aberrations. The Skoptsy (Russian: скопцы, sg. скопец “eunuch”) were a radically ascetic sectarian movement within the broad Orthodox Christian tradition of the Russian Empire. They were known for practicing castration of men and… Continue lendo MR. BUNGLE – Vanity Fair

HIGH CASTLE TELEORKESTRA: A Genre-Defying Supergroup Unlike Anything You’ve Ever Heard (Or Imagined)

For those who fancy bands and musicians such as Mr. Bungle, Estradasphere, Secret Chiefs 3, Fantômas, Traun, Umlaut, Farmers Market, Atomic Ape/Red Fiction, John Zorn, among other musical specimens as exotic as they are sublime, High Castle Teleorkestra is a sure tip. If you’re not familiar with any of these names, allow us to introduce… Continue lendo HIGH CASTLE TELEORKESTRA: A Genre-Defying Supergroup Unlike Anything You’ve Ever Heard (Or Imagined)

HIGH CASTLE TELEORKESTRA – Mutual Hazard

Insolite ("odd", "weird", in French) designates, according to the etymology, everything that is unusual and escapes the realm of the ordinary. […] The word itself tells me more and less at the same time: it suggests something rare, in fact, but of a special and incisive rareness that is not limited to a simple average… Continue lendo HIGH CASTLE TELEORKESTRA – Mutual Hazard