Walter Alter worked as a painter, sculptor, poet & experimental electronic noise musician in San Francisco during the 1980’s. His work was featured at numerous gallery, performance spaces, dance clubs and art events. The sculptures were site specific assemblages of salvaged electrical conduit and television sets which played either live broadcast or video tape signals.
Waldo Ham lives in Pond Inlet, Nunavut. He is a widely respected fishmonger who also finds time for confrontational badminton during the spawning season.
James Henry is haunted by music and frequently suffers ear worms of songs like “Yankee Doodle Dandy.”
SKot lives in The Village (Portland, Oregon) and occasionally enjoys old cheese, as long as it’s not moldy old cheese.
Nicholas Pell is a freelance writer based in Southern California by way of Portland and Providence whose musical tastes run the gamut from the Grateful Dead and Gordon Lightfoot to Slayer and Napalm Death.
Jack Winslow lives in PDX. He is somewhat musically inclined, but mostly reclined or declined.