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Project Filth 2000 (PF2K, or sometimes simply “Filth”) is a bedroom project formed in 1999 by the enigmatic and tone-deaf Matt Nauseous (b. 1976), who wrote joke lyrics and recorded his first tracks using the ACID music studio program, samples from that program, and an old computer mic.

Throughout the first years of the 21st century, PF2K became an impromptu musical collective for Nauseous and his college pals in Fayetteville, Arkansas. Whoever had an instrument and a buzz on would take an evening (or an afternoon) to write, compose, and record “some Filth,” rarely doing more than one take for each song. “Another hit, next song,” was their mantra.

By 2008, Nauseous had moved to Texas, but continued to write and record using the latest ACID program and samples (and a new Radio Shack mic), with the occasional visit from old contributors and Nauseous’ ever-present lack of any discernible talent besides his unerring ability to make himself giggle.

PF2K’s lo-to-no fi aesthetic can be described as outsider art, folk art, art brut, or barely listenable. The lyrics are typically curse-word laden, ironically racist, ironically misogynist, and un-ironically scatological. Other lyrical touchstones include Halloween monster parties, societal ills, and dungeons and/or dragons.

Nauseous has stated, “Filth is like if Frank Zappa, Pussy Galore, Wesley Willis, and Ween all got in a studio to record together, then got in a fight and left without recording anything, and then, thousands of miles away and several years later, some pals & I recorded something on my computer.”

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