Can the undead never die? Yes. Therefore, we would like to announce that there has been an announcement from the Blectal interstellar powers that be have announced to the world that a grave graveshift has occurred involving certain energy fields that have been realigning unlike never before with the potential plausibility to implode one quarter of all thoughts into one half of all thoughts. We (undead) are undergoing a distinctive and irreversible change revolving the density of the collective thought process - we are running out of time and time is running out on us. The previous signs that pointed to the precursory preparatory position have faded and now instances of initial instantiations have been initiated. Blevin Blectum and Kevin Blechdom have graciously put aside their differences during this important time in human history, and have accepted that they have accepted and that they have been accepted by and fraught after in order to serve as your personal chaperon through to the other side, in order to aid in the enjoyment of such an experience, the revolution. They reunite as the undead BLECTUM FROM BLECHDOM in order to provide the auditory assistance necessary for your personal and collective change. It can be quite frightening at first, but with time and patience you will see and feel results instantaneously. When two distinct forms become indistinguishable the fire that burns is inextinguishable. —– More specifically, Blectum from Blechdom is the electronic music duo of Bevin “Blevin Blectum” Kelley and Kristin “Kevin Blechdom” Erickson. Born in 1998 connected at the butt by an elasticky tunnel of stretchy musical music hole. They credit most of their inspiration to snauses, you know, small black rubbery rats with only one hole (the bitchhole) that live in toilets cuz they like their food fresh. Snauses are known to bite human toes in order to reproduce. The effects of a snaus bite on a human are not entirely understood at this time. Symptoms include but are not limited to shplarghly dancing, dizzy delusions, heavy sweating, burning sensations in the groin area, and thoughts of sexual perversion. Victims rarely become aggressive, unless provoked by a dirtly old mallard. Their musical output includes but is not limited to: Snauses and Mallards, De Snaunted Haus, Haus De Snaus, Rock-A-Mallard, Shithole, Fishing In Front Of People and the Messy Jesse Fiesta, the latter or shall we say ‘lattest,’ or more rather ‘most lat,’ won second prize for Digital Music at Ars Electronica in 2001. They worked with labels such as Orthlorng Musork, Tigerbeat6, Deluxe, and Phthalo. Blectum from Blechdom were surgically unaligned in 2002 and began five extremely lonely years making solo recordings and with other projects, like Sagan. To their joyous and udder surprise the invisible zipper the connects their connections to connectedness began to reverse its gigantic pendulating path only to begin raveling what it had previously been unraveling, like pulling the yarn from a torn sweater while being knitted by yarn still connected to the sheep that was running as fast as it could in the opposite direction. These humans and their music are considered by some to be exceptionally irreverent, humorous, harmonious, hormonious, melodious, and uncomfortably rhythmical yet beauteously fragile, tormetingly vomitous and fun but trouble. Double trouble.
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blectum from blechdom is kevin blechdom and blevin blectum from blectum from blechdom in oakland, ca. they are very serious. they’ve learned from the smartest people in the world, all of the most important skills for making music, like very fast finger techniques, extended breathing techniques (up to 3 hours) and they are very good at expressing their musical ideas in their liner notes, to assist those with minds too simple to understand their music by just listening. they studied at very very famous institutions with very famous faculty members. blectum from blechdom have a lot of money and beautiful clothes. they believe their ideas are superior to “normal” people’s ideas, which is clearly evident with only one second of listening to their music. They strive to look down on other “less-knowledgable” musicians and musical-styles, while simultaneously feeling empowered by their own brilliant musicianship. By making music that’s not “main-stream” they have successfully separated themselves from the “average” human being. Something very important in the 90s. Some people have said that they thought blectum from blechdom were more “evolved” than everyone else (bigger brains). Through many years of being in “the biz” they’ve come to appreciate the value of pushing other people aside in order to develop their own careers first. They are intellectuals who will teach you a thing or two if you are intelligent enough to be able to sit through their rigorously intellectual and challenging experimental performances. they have never repeated the same phrase twice in their 40 collective years of musical performance, because repetition is just so boring. Why do musicians fall into the same patterns over and over again when there are so many choices to chose from? Some people may say “well, look at the earth and its rotation. it rotates every day the same cycle” and then other people say, “what about heartbeats, breathing…” - all of these cycles are evidence that most of the population is very stupid. thank god, blectum from blechdom is willing to acknowledge that real beauty lies in what cannot be repeated, and what cannot be accepted by a wide audience, but only by a sterile group of like minded smart people. they believe in the anti-groove! they believe in purely cerebral, seriously considered and intellectually accepted musique! They are angels sent from academic heaven!