Autolect Grew up in the uk at the “twin bases” Bentwaters air force base & RAF Woodbridge, Bentwaters is also known as the location for the alleged december 1980 ufo incident in rendlesham forest. And where he first heard hip-hop transmitted from a pirate radio station in the north sea.
Back in 2000-2001 this outfit produced some incredible avant-garde music, culminating in the Slabco dual release: "Saints of Infinity" and "Simulated D.I.Y." With a retro-hi-fi kitsch and inspired electronic grooves the two CD's were some of the most original and cool music of 2001. Then, Sientific American disappeared.
Dickie "Be-Bop" Harrell was the original drummer for Gene Vincent's Blue Caps. His restrained brush playing and background screams on Vincent's first and most famous hit, "Be-Bop-A-Lula," gave that record -- one of the signature records of early rock 'n' roll -- much of its tension and feel.