A part-time cabal. A fusion of assemblage art, hurly-burly, bedlam, disquiet and poetry. A band. A collaboration. A constellation. A work of real fiction.
New Podcast Episode: The Creeping Man Refutes Björ6n Oranj. Lies. Misconceptions. Exaggerations. The Creeping Man has some problems with some fabrications allegedly proclaimed by Björ6n Oranj. The Creeping Man refutes and takes the witness stand to tell his side of the story. You’ll notice his hand was not on the Bible. Along the way, while telling his tale, The Creeping Man weaves in some historical reference material. You can find it everywhere including Stitcher, iTunes, Apple Podcasts, Anchor, Breaker, Overcast, TuneIn, Google Podcasts, iHeartRadio, RadioPublic , Spotify , YouTube and, right here, under the podcast tab. If you prefer, you can also find our podcast episodes and other videos on YouTube.
Album Release: 20 years later, SQUID1969 finally gets a proper release. A Stockpile of Tepid Hits is a complete catalog of the band’s career which began and flamed out in 1999. Sonic experiments with a sampling keyboard and a drum machine. Lyrics from the minutiae of life. 14 Killer tracks plus 23 more are now available everywhere including: Bandcamp, Spotify, iTunes, Deezer, Google Play Music and CDBaby. Featuring Björ6n Oranj, Chris Campbell [aka The Creeping Man] and Bosky Rumbluffer.
Album Release: Shake Hands with Danger was written and recorded over the course of two years in Tanzania, The United States of America, Mexico and Vietnam. It is experimental and personal. Although there is a rotating cast of collaborators, the band is centered around the beats of Christopher Campbell [The Creeping Man & Squid1969] and the lyrics/vox of Björ6n Oranj [The Halcyon Brothers, Squid1969 and Squinting Matador]. Other contributors include Mint Machete, Bosky Rumbluffer [The Halcyon Brothers, Antheap, Pop Creeps, The Vanishing Spies, Revo, Bosky and The Rumbluffers]. You can find it on all your favorite platforms including Spotify, Bandcamp, Apple Music, Deezer & Google Play.