Splinter Test was used as group name for Larry Thrasher and Genesis P-Orridge along with other Psychic TV musicians during departure of PTV and foundation of Thee Majesty. The name refers to an essay on sampling as holographic magick by P-Orridge. Because nowdays is hard to findt text of whole manifesto of Splinter Test idea, here it is and hope it will prevail time:
A collaboration between Steven Stapleton of Nurse With Wound, and David Tibet of Current 93. They often collaborate on each other's projects, so it is a bit confusing that they didn't choose to release these under one of their groups' names. Also note that the album Bright Yellow Moon was released under both group names, the most common on last.fm is listed as Current 93 & Nurse With Wound.
A one-time collaboration between Frank Tovey (Fad Gadget) and Boyd Rice (NON), the album 'Easy Listening For The Hard Of Hearing'. Recorded for Daniel Miller's Mute Records, the album is 12 tracks of found sound and rhythmic instrumentals. None of the tracks have titles, and they are all in the style of early Mute Records' industrial sound.
Graham Bowers’ approach to musical composition developed out of his life long fascination with “associative listening” (the association of sound related to life experiences) and evolved into a genre of music which he describes as "Sound Theatre". His debut album, "Of Mary's Blood" was released on the Red Wharf label.
LA Vampires is a new project from Pocahaunted’s Amanda Brown. Woodwinds and jazzy, sub-hiphop beats as heard through a water-submerged boombox, while Amanda’s haunting vocals echo from a dark tunnel, bearing you through a sea of LSD.
Erickson is the project of Dan Erickson from Buffalo, NY. He just released his debut full length album, "Whatever It Takes", on March 17th, 2009. Similar bands include: My Favorite Highway, Every Avenue, and Time Tells All.