Radwaste | Cooking and Nothingness

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Cooking and Nothingness

by Radwaste

Radwaste's debut EP features members of Urinals/100 Flowers, 17 Pygmies, and Detox - it's a high-energy post-punk assault with a four-drummered firing squad.
Genre: Metal/Punk: L.A. Punk
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RADWASTE first made noise in the mid-1980s when it shared bills with Jesus & Mary Chain, Swans, Thelonious Monster, Jane's Addiction, Savage Republic, Swans, and a slew of SoCal's best post-punk bands, leading to appearances on MTV's "The Cutting Edge" and "120 Minutes." The band was also profiled in the Los Angeles Times, the LA Weekly, and French glossy Actuel.

Formed around the songwriting nucleus of John Talley-Jones (Urinals/100 Flowers) and Michael Kory (17 Pygmies,) the band was capable of doing serious damage thanks to its four-drummered firing squad, composed of Debbie Spinelli (17 Pygmies,) Kevin Barrett (Urinals/100 Flowers,) Rob Malone (Live Nude, Detox,) and multi-percussionist Jay Jackson.

Their debut release, the EP "Cooking and Nothingness," was recorded at Ethan James's Radio Tokyo, in Venice, CA, and is a good example of the kind of high-energy mania the band is capable of throwing off.



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