Splatter (jCauty&SON) (2008)

Splatter was an exhibition shown between October and November 2008, focusing on “the plausible impossibility of death in the mind of cartoon characters”. The featured works depicted well-known Looney Tunes characters meeting a gory demise in hyper-violent scenes unshackled from their usual cartoon laws of ultimate invincibility.

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Art Hate

Art Hate was a song performed by Jimmy Cauty and Billy Childish and the B-side of the National Art Hate Week 7″ single. It was released as a limited edition of 113 signed copies (as well as 350 unsigned ones) and features artwork by famous British artist Jamie Reid.

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Cut And Dried

Cut And Dried is the only single by British post punk band Angels One 5 who consisted of Jimmy Cauty, Cressida Bowyer, John Cook and Martin Cottis. While the band never rose to national fame this 7″ release is notable for being the earliest physical release of any band of…

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Kiss The Lips Of Life

Brilliant started life in 1982 as a reaction of bass player Martin “Youth” Glover’s growing dissatisfaction with his current band Killing Joke and its band members. Following an angry musical one-person jab at his former band Glover went on to recruit a number of musicians and vocalists to found his…

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L-13 and Jimmy Cauty Raising Both Funds and Volume Levels

As previously announced on their page L-13 have just added a regular edition of Jimmy’s Advanced Acoustic Armaments Cookbook to their webshop. Unlike the first version this one comes without the poster and sticker, nor does it come in the dust jacket. It is, however, slightly cheaper than trying to…

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Scourge Of The Earth (et. al.) Remixes

Between 1998 and 2003 Jimmy Cauty comissioned a wide array of remixes, most under his Scourge Of The Earth alias, at his Glamcentral studio. The Black Dog feat. Ofra Haza: Babylon (1998) Ian Brown: Love Like A Fountain (1999) Marilyn Manson: I Don’t Like The Drugs (But The Drugs Like…

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Blacksmoke (2002 – 2008)

The Blacksmoke Organization was a self-proclaimed ‘occasional art collective and musical group’ consisting of Jimmy Cauty, James Fogarty (of Ewigkeit & In The Woods) and manager Keir. Cauty had already been working with Fogarty’s brother during the early 90s, but when Jimmy moved to Brighton around 2000 he was looking…

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Post-Terrorist Modernism

The Post-Terrorist Modernism EP was a free 4-track EP released by Jimmy Cauty and James Fogarty as The Blacksmoke Organization in November 2003. During 2003 the self-titled “occasional art collective and musical group” had already shared various tracks for download through their website. The EP was first teased when Blacksmoke…

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The JAMs Don’t Do Sidekicks

If you have been following our Twitter page – which you definitely should because we are pretty awesome – you will certainly have heard about How To Burn A Million Quid, a 6-part radio podcast which was broadcast by BBC Radio 4 earlier this month. Over the course of three…

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Deep Shit (Further Adventures Of The JAMs)

Deep Shit (Further Adventures Of The JAMs) is an unreleased comic book drawn by Jimmy Cauty, starring the inked personae of Rockman Rock and King Boy D.

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