Mike Nobody & The Island of Misfit Noise
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- 24 Sep 2010
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- Alternative/Modern Rock, Punk, Other
- Mike Nobody & The Island of Misfit Noise
- Screen name:
- Mike Nobody
- Westland, Michigan, 48186
- 98 years old
- Level of commitment:
- Years playing music:
- Gigs played:
- Over 100
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"Find your niche and capitalize. Surround yourself with support musicians. Let them know from the start that this is your project. Travel up to 50 miles and find them. They ARE there. Make a plan, write it down. Plan on performing for free in public at first to sell yourself. Become a salesman. Listen to everyone's originals and make them unique. You make final decision and get input from every member... Jealousy, Inflated egos, Thin skin and Grudges have no place in a successful band. Solicit opinions about all phases of the band from the members but you make the final decision."
Shape-shifting, chameleonesque, and strange, yet heavy & rockin'!
An experimentive polystylistic stew melted in a blend of psychedelic prog-punk noise rock.
Continually evolving since the band's beginnings, they are not inclined to fit their music into an established category. Individual tunes within their repertoire could be identified under one or many stylistic labels, frequently melding several of them together. Their music is a “unique mix of the experimental, the abstract, and the absurd”; it is "harsh, grating, unstructured, blasting, squeaky, speedy, slow, eerie and strangely compelling". Distinctive features of their music are the use of atypical instrumentation, unusual vocals, and unpredictable song formats along with a number of different musical genres.
Mike Nobody primarily plays bass & vocals while MarshaKat plays keyboards, with both doubling on guitars (and Mike tuned down to “Drop A”, like a baritone). Foot-controlled Dictaphone machines play back junkyard percussion, strange vocal sounds, noise washes, samples, sound collages, synthesizers, drum machines, and more studio manipulated sound effects.
Utilizing the same unorthodox amp rig for both bass & guitar, his instrument's signal is split three ways, between two different type of amplifiers and a DI (direct to mixer), accentuated with multiple effects, creating a plethora of “sonic sandwich” tones.
MarshaKat's keyboard & guitar setup is very simple by comparison; both instruments into a 4-channel keyboard amp.
Clunky drumming shared on a hodge-podge instrument nicknamed "The Sh!tKit" combines cheap Salvation Army drums with pieces of scrap metal & junk instead of cymbals.
Another distinctive feature of their music is Mike’s high, strained, nasal vocal style which is delivered with a variety of techniques. The lyrics, written in a language alternately hailed as poetic or nonsensical, are usually humorous in tone, when decipherable.
“Our music comes first and lyrics, second.”
He is also known for building “noise machines”; his own experimental electric instruments constructed out of spare guitar parts and discarded materials, using them in live performances and recordings. They usually take an extremely bizarre form; with strange body shapes, extra necks, strings and pickups in unusual places, and various extraneous gadgets such as microphones, keyboards, and circuit-bent electronics. The instruments are struck, strummed, plucked, and bowed with a variety of objects; drum sticks, screwdrivers, chopsticks, pencils, pennies, car keys, nail files, E-bows, slides, almost anything.
Many band members have rotated through the group; musicians were nearly constantly drifting in and out. Certainly dozens—perhaps hundreds—passed through their band over the years. Some stayed for months, while others appeared in only a few recordings or performances. Although continually seeking new collaborators, Mike Nobody & the Island of Misfit Noise does not currently have an official drummer.
“We were trying to do the double-drumming, two drummer, thing. But, it has been difficult finding players who are into that. We had it set up a few times and it was pretty cool, though.”
After going through a host of different musicians, the group decided to perform as a duo and make extensive use of prepared recordings to fill out parts that are not performed live by the members of the band, putting them in the company of acts such as They Might Be Giants, Timbuk 3, or WEEN. Using these to back up their performances (and great performances they are), they are allowed a greater sonic palette than would normally be possible with a two-piece band. They subsequently record all of their creations at a crude home studio assembled in their apartment.
"Some of our gear is too bulky, fragile, and expensive to be dragging around everywhere. So, it’s more convenient to just add those to the backing tracks, which we need for percussion anyway.”
Recording is done in a piecemeal home studio cheaply built from scrounged-together junk.
Additional overdubs, mixing, and mastering are completed elsewhere professionally.
Recordings are self-released and self-published.
But, we may look into the possibility of getting a co-publishing deal.
Completed albums may later be shopped around to established record labels for reissue.
We are copyleft-friendly.
Bands shouldn't sue fans for trading files.
We aren't really comfortable dealing with the business side of things.
Although, everything should be well-managed, self-sufficient, and function optimally.
Eventually we may have one foot in the professional world of contracts, lawyers, and agents.
But, we want to always keep the other foot in the DIY grassroots underground.
Handshake deal gigs in basements, warehouses, and VFW halls may not make us rich.
You can still do pretty well, though.
But, the audience in that scene is more fanatical.
There is more of a sense of community instead of commodity.
MYKNOBODY @ AOL DOT COM
LIFE is an influence.
We mix it all together with the equipment available to us.
MarshaKat mostly prefers the normal mainstream stuff.
Mike Nobody digs the crazier underground stuff, pushing things out-of-the-box into Weirdsville.
The two meet somewhere in-between.
It is an incredible, dizzying, disconcerting, schizophrenic tour de force through just about any style the group can think of, hopping from genre to genre without any apparent rhyme or reason, and sometimes doing so several times in the same song.
"I wouldn't say that we are influenced by any bands in particular. All the various styles are organically connected to one another - the entire storehouse of our knowledge informs everything we do. People are so obsessed with the surface that they can't see the connections, but they are there.
It is its own bizarre hybrid..... it isn't exactly punk rock — it is completely its own thing"
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CITIZEN FISH, SUBHUMANS, COCK ESP, COMETS ON FIRE, COMPARATIVE ANATOMY, CONFLICT, CONSOLIDATED, CONTAGIOUS ORGASM, CORROSION OF CONFORMITY, CRANK STURGEON, DANIEL JOHNSTON, CAN, FEAR, DANIEL MENCHE, DAVID BOWIE, DEAD MILKMEN, DEATH ANGEL, DEEP PURPLE, DESCENDENTS, ALL, AMEBIX,
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Our possessions were liquidated while trying to avoid homelessness (again).
So, we have had to gradually reconstitute our arsenal of music gear.
But, there's enough to get the job done and evolve as we continue.
Some repairs & upgrades are needed; PA's & amps with bad channels and loose pots.
But, we can work on that while we are still writing.
Prepared tapes & samplers (TV & movie snippets, miscellaneous found sounds, etc),
drum-machines, turntables, circuit-bent toys & electronics, junkyard percussion, homemade noise machines, and whatever else we can add.
Hi-Fi + Lo-Fi = Mid-Fi!
This is our set-up, more or less:
• SKB PS-45 Powered Board
• Korg Pitchblack Tuner
• Morley ABC Switch
• Morley ABY Switch
• Boss OC-3 Super Octave
• Electro-Harmonix H.O.G.
• Electro-Harmonix Micro-Synthesizer
• ProCo Rat Pedal (Modded by Vodka Mods)
• MXR Blue Box
• Digitech Whammy
• Line 6 Bass POD XT LIVE
Marsha just uses a Line 6 POD XT LIVE into her keyboard amp.
I usually tune my guitars down to "Drop-A".
I play bass & guitar through the same setup.
I split my signal 3 ways; high & dirty through a guitar amp/preamp, clean & low through a bass amp/preamp, effects go direct to PA via Line 6 BASS POD XT LIVE.
• Korg Toneworks Multi-effect Bass Pedal
• Digitech Grunge Pedal
• DOD Grunge Pedal
• Electro-Harmonix Double Muff
• Electro-Harmonix Bass Balls
• Electro-Harmonix Small Stone
• Digitech Black 13 Scott Ian Signature Distortion
• MXR Doubleshot Distortion
• Line 6 DL4 Delay Modeler
• Radio Shack Mic
• Unkown Karaoke Mic
• Modded Telephone Receiver
• 1970's Shure Vocal Master PA (6-Channel)
• 1980's Peavey Reverberation Amp (4-Channel)
Amps / Preamps:
• Marshall JCM 2000 DSL-401
• SWR Workingman's 12
• Peavey KB 300 Keyboard Amp (4-Channel)
• 1980's Roland SIP-300 Guitar Preamp (Two, actually. One is a backup.)
• SansAmp RBI Bass Preamp
Keyboards / Samplers;
• Korg M3
• Yamaha Motif XS6
• Roland S-770 Sampler w/ a HUGE Sony Trinitron monitor
• Ensoniq EPS (Out-Of-Order)
• Lots of cheap keyboards acquired at the Salvation Army & other thrift stores!
Guitars / Basses;
• 1987 Guild Pilot Bass
• Jay Turser Violin "Beatle Bass" Copy
• ??? Les Paul Copy (Out-Of-Order)
• Ibanez RX Series ??? Guitar
• Line 6 Variax Guitar
• BC Rich Mockingbird Guitar
• Ovation 12 String Acoustic
• ??? Unkown 6 String Acoustic
Drums / Percussion;
• Vic Firth Carmine Appice Signature Sticks
• The ShitKit: Unknown mixed-model drum kit acquired piecemeal from The Salvation Army and other thrift stores
• Various Pieces of Scrap Metal & Junk
• Various Cheap Drum Machines & Toys acquired from The Salvation Army and other thrift stores
• Recycled Copper/Nylon 1.00mm Picks
• Recycled Auto Seatbelt Guitar Straps
• Stainless Steel Armored Instrument / Guitar Cables
• Groundwound Strings (GHS Brite Flats, usually)
• 2 Foot-Controlled Dictaphone Machines
• Microcassette Recorder
• Various Vintage Reel-To-Reel Recorders
• Roland VS-1688 Digital Audio Workstation
• Tascam 488 MKII 8-track Portastudio
• Cakewalk Sonar 8
• Cubase 4
• MOTU 2408 MKII
• MOTU MIDI Express
• Various Half-Broken Boomboxes for monitors
• 4 Computers That Sometimes Work
• Various Half-Broken TVs & VCRs kept at a friend's house with my drum kit
• 1980's Video Projector
• Thousands of VHS Tapes
Members Of Band
(Bass, Vocals, Dictaphone, Drums & Junkyard Percussion, Baritone Guitar, etc.)
(Keyboards, Sampler, 12 String Acoustic, "Standard" Guitars, etc.)
"We're currently working on material as a two-piece.
But, we still collaborate with other folks, if they're cool and the music is good.
We see what they're good at and write something around their talents.
If it works out, we keep doing more of it.
No big commitment required."
Mike Nobody & the Island of Misfit Noise is a Detroit avant garde/experimental punk rock band and visual arts ensemble with an ever-changing lineup and name. The band was officially formed in 1998, with the addition of MarshaKat, although some date the band to homebuilt guitars and bedroom tape experiments from 1985. The core duo, formerly of N-2 Submission (S&M themed backing band for The Impaler: Detroit’s Vampire Poet), have been the only consistent members.
They are noted for their constant evolution, self-conscious diversity, surreal sense of humor, disregard for conventional music composition, and the theatrical spectacle of their live performances. Their live act could almost qualify as performance art; sometimes involving film & animation collages (projected behind them on giant screens), costumes, props & cardboard sets, firebreathing, and the violent destruction of televisions, keyboards, toys, guitars, pianos, and automobiles. Their music incorporates both traditional musical elements and miscellaneous "found" sounds (as in musique concrète), often heavily manipulated with recording studio electronics. Experimental and psychedelic in nature, the visuals have added to the reputation of their live performances.
Mike Nobody & MarshaKat met in 1997, while they were performing together with N-2 Submission. They later formed the current core of The Island of Misfit Noise as they set out on their own. Classically trained in composition while in college, MarshaKat’s ability to rework arrangements and tweak sounds, helping to refine Mike's song ideas, ended up being absolutely crucial and brought an entirely different sound to the group.
Live performances are very rare, but the band continues writing and recording music.
Eccentric and individualistic, Mike Nobody is the closest thing they have to a frontman…reluctantly…and is the only original member of the group. He has expressed some discomfort over being their de facto spokesman and bandleader, often deferring to MarshaKat (or anybody else) to speak for them.
Having always been uncomfortable with his birth name, he denies any connection with it, saying "That's an imaginary person, never existed … Any name that I use other than Mike Nobody is a pseudonym. It was originally a joke on the whole "grunge / loser" thing before it exploded. But, in 1991, Rob Wright of NoMeansNo suggested keeping it. So, I did.”
Highly eclectic and unconventional, he has a special attraction to underground artists and musical styles that are extremely loud, wild, or creative. A self-taught composer and performer whose diverse musical influences led him to create music that was often impossible to categorize. Beginning with the idea that simply copying established performers was not enough – he wanted to create a whole new form of music, becoming an aural Salvador Dalí. He was interested in sounds for their own sake.
His early work consisted of industrial noise music made from tape loops and instruments built from junk; a weird jumble of guitars, sound collages, and other unpleasant sounds. But not wanting the effort to be considered the start of a solo career, he recruited other band members. Mike Nobody and his musicians initially had trouble finding performance venues. Their music did not fit into any particular music scene. People found it hard to know how to book the band, or deal with promoting and distributing their music. Early artwork and recordings were usually given away or discarded, some were eventually self-released and distributed by Subterranean Records in the mid 1990’s.
MarshaKat originates from Raeford, North Carolina, near Fort Bragg. She became stranded and later homeless, in Michigan, after being refused admittance to Canada where a retail management job was waiting. Her traditionally structured playing technique compliments Mike Nobody's unconventional songwriting. Her strengths balance his shortcomings: although a creative and knowledgeable artist, he is somewhat introverted and lacking in business sense; MarshaKat is more outgoing and practical, with years of business management experience. The duo rarely grant interviews, but she is cited as being the more talkative one.
Mystic Marsha - Why Can't We Be Friends?
Mystic Marsha - Love Is Time
Mystic Marsha - Souls on Fire
Mystic Marsha - Starward Fury EP
Mike Nobody - Birthday
Mike Nobody - Edible Audio
Edible Audio - Windy Saturn
Edible Audio - Talking Machine
Edible Audio - Laugh On The World
F2RC (Fresh Farmed Raised Catfish) - blurk!
Bionics - S/T
Bionics - Moving Target
N2-Submission - The Deal
N2-Submission - Black Christmas
N2-Submission - St. Patty's Day Massacre
N2-Submission - My Only Obsession
N2-Submission - First Kill
N2-Submission - Necessary Evil
Mandibles in Crisis magazine from Hawaii released a comp. featuring Mike Nobody, which also featured: Fognozzle, Xome, 3D House of Beef, Cock E.S.P., Jay T. Yamamoto and Men's Recovery Project. Contact: Mandibles in Crisis; 99-1661 A Aiea Heights Drive; Aiea Heights, HI 96701
Vermiform Records released a great noise compilation CD called Fruited Other Surfaces in 1998. Mike Nobody contributed alongside such luminaries as Krebstar, Drop Dead, The Replikants, Rah Bras, Lightning Bolt and Vermiform stalwarts Men's Recovery Project.
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