Trippin Balls w/ Brother JT: Special Guest Pete Sound
Ready to get Twisted with Brother JT? Prepare yourself for a Psychedelic Journey through Time and Space. Begin Trippin Balls.
Somewhere around 1990, JT morphed into Brother JT (dubbed as such by journalist Byron Coley), an alter-ego that allowed him to express his more experimental/psych side. Beginning with the monolithic feedback piece Descent (Twisted Village), JT explored both solo bedroom recordings (Rainy Day Fun (Drunken Fish), and full band excursions (Music For the Other Head (Siltbreeze), as Brother JT & Vibrolux) eventually working with producer Neil Hagerty on Way To Go, and Spirituals (Drag City). Along the way he would tour with Bardo Pond, Royal Trux, Bevis Frond, Blonde Redhead, and Smog. Of late he has taken to self releasing CD’s accompanied by books of automatic writing/drawing. Chicago-based Thrill Jockey records plans to release The Svelteness of Boogietude in spring 2013.