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Since the early 2000's, Pete Swanson has released more CDR's, tapes and vinyl records than most countries release postage stamps. As a member of cult noise duo Yellow Swans, he amassed a worldwide following of noise fans swayed by the duo's clamorous beats and screech combo and ability to carry their sound live just as much as they did on record.

As a solo artist Swanson has continued to deliver, but unsurprisingly has been able to explore far more ground… read more

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  • Pete's amazing, why am I always late to the party??
  • I saw him live 5 days ago and my ears are still ringing faintly...
  • Ah God I love Pete Swanson ahhhhhh
  • im pretty sure he can't produce quality live shows consistently, but if he is in the mood than you are in for a real treat!
  • his live set sounded like a shallow 'n' fast groovebox techno thru a boss ds-1, but at least it was loud enough. BIG MEH
  • dude really doesn't rock this hard live
  • yeah man. big fun shit
  • Is it worth it to see this live?
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