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Repulse Kava were a punk/art/noise band that existed between late 1986 and 1988. The group combined punk with odd song structure, kraut-rock, and musique-concrete techniques. Between 1987 and 1988, the group released two 7” records.  A posthumous LP recorded with former SST co-owner/author  Joe Carducci was released in 1989.
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'''Repulse Kava''' were a punk/art/noise band that existed between late [[1986]] and [[1988]]. The group combined punk with odd song structure, kraut-rock, and musique-concrete techniques. Between 1987 and 1988, the group released two 7” records.  A posthumous LP recorded with former SST co-owner/author  Joe Carducci was released in [[1989]].
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After the demise of Repulse Kava, Seden and DeLeonardis, with drummer Peter Kessel, began performing under the name Kava. The group’s sound was more no-wave and free-improvised. The band released a 7” e.p. with Jack Brewer of Saccharine Trust.
 
After the demise of Repulse Kava, Seden and DeLeonardis, with drummer Peter Kessel, began performing under the name Kava. The group’s sound was more no-wave and free-improvised. The band released a 7” e.p. with Jack Brewer of Saccharine Trust.
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After Kava disbanded, DeLeonardis and Carducci started the film distribution company Provisional Video, featuring  films made by Raymond Pettibon, Mike Watt of The Minutemen, and others.
 
After Kava disbanded, DeLeonardis and Carducci started the film distribution company Provisional Video, featuring  films made by Raymond Pettibon, Mike Watt of The Minutemen, and others.
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===Members===
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John Seden: vocals, turntables, effects, “drug guitar<br>
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== Members ==
Craig White: guitar, formerly of [[No Empathy]] <br>
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* John Seden: vocals, turntables, effects, “drug guitar
William DeLeonardis: bass, guitar, and vocals<br>
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* Craig White: guitar, formerly of [[No Empathy]]  
Robert Rising: drums (Daddy’s Crowbar single and LP) <br>
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* William DeLeonardis: bass, guitar, and vocals
Andy Young: drums (Coercion e.p.), co-founder of [[Landmind Records]] and formerly of[[Denied Remarks]] <br>
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* Robert Rising: drums (Daddy’s Crowbar single and LP)  
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* Andy Young: drums (Coercion e.p.), co-founder of [[Landmind Records]] and formerly of [[Denied Remarks]]  
  
 
===Former Drummers===  
 
===Former Drummers===  
Brian St. Clair, [[Rights Of The Accused]] and Local H <br>
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* Brian St. Clair, [[Rights of The Accused]] and Local H  
Craig Hall, God’s Acre<br>
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* Craig Hall, God’s Acre
Virus X (Bill Richman),[[Articles Of Faith]]. <br>
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* Virus X (Bill Richman),[[Articles Of Faith]].  
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== Records ==
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=== REPULSE KAVA ===
  
===Records===
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* '''''Coercion e.p.''''' (Buttrag Records) 1987
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* '''''Daddy’s Crowbar / Judging''''' (Buttrag Records) 1988
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* '''''Flow Gently Sweet Alpha''''' (AJAX, U.S.; Zuma/Rough Trade, Europe, includes Daddy’s Crowbar single) 1989
  
REPULSE KAVA<br>
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=== KAVA and JACK BREWER ===
Coercion e.p. (Buttrag Records) 1987<br>
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* '''''Major Punk Statement e.p.''''' (Carducci Records) 1990
Daddy’s Crowbar / Judging (Buttrag Records) 1988<br>
 
Flow Gently Sweet Alpha (AJAX, U.S.; Zuma/Rough Trade, Europe, includes Daddy’s Crowbar single) 1989<br>
 
  
KAVA and JACK BREWER<br>
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Major Punk Statement e.p. (Carducci Records) 1990
 

Revision as of 03:26, 16 June 2009

Repulse Kava were a punk/art/noise band that existed between late 1986 and 1988. The group combined punk with odd song structure, kraut-rock, and musique-concrete techniques. Between 1987 and 1988, the group released two 7” records. A posthumous LP recorded with former SST co-owner/author Joe Carducci was released in 1989.


After the demise of Repulse Kava, Seden and DeLeonardis, with drummer Peter Kessel, began performing under the name Kava. The group’s sound was more no-wave and free-improvised. The band released a 7” e.p. with Jack Brewer of Saccharine Trust.


After Kava disbanded, DeLeonardis and Carducci started the film distribution company Provisional Video, featuring films made by Raymond Pettibon, Mike Watt of The Minutemen, and others.


Members

  • John Seden: vocals, turntables, effects, “drug guitar
  • Craig White: guitar, formerly of No Empathy
  • William DeLeonardis: bass, guitar, and vocals
  • Robert Rising: drums (Daddy’s Crowbar single and LP)
  • Andy Young: drums (Coercion e.p.), co-founder of Landmind Records and formerly of Denied Remarks

Former Drummers

Records

REPULSE KAVA

  • Coercion e.p. (Buttrag Records) 1987
  • Daddy’s Crowbar / Judging (Buttrag Records) 1988
  • Flow Gently Sweet Alpha (AJAX, U.S.; Zuma/Rough Trade, Europe, includes Daddy’s Crowbar single) 1989

KAVA and JACK BREWER

  • Major Punk Statement e.p. (Carducci Records) 1990