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Ladies and gentlemen,

The Institute for Monkey and Ape Distress is pleased to announce that our Baboon Torture Division has produced a brand new album. Intitled, Electric Ukulele Land, the album begins with lengthy one-man-band segment featuring the sounds of Steve Biloba’s mouth, his electric ukulele, and a drum machine. Using excessive audio effects processing, the ukulele is manipulated to sound like a screaming guitar, a funky bass, and a cosmic string section simultaneously. All the while Steve sings about the struggles and joys of living in strange times. After a singalong, he is joined by former bassist Pocketron XP and circuit bending wizard, Big Tex as they improvise new grooves to go over the drums and effects that were used in the first few solo songs.

Please find your way down the stairs, past the refreshments and on your left is the Bandcamp store where you can preview or procure any of these new works. We do urge visitors to make a charitable purchase to ensure the longevity and profitability of I.M.A.D.


Appropriate keywords associated with these recordings are (in order)

Stoner rock, pop punk, industrial, suicide rock, space rock, classic rock, experimental.

 The Baboon Torture thanks everyone who tuned in and participated in the livestream chat as the album was recorded last night. That show has been archived at the following link.