Mystical and highly conceptual, NEW YORK performer Aleister X 1st materialized with some EP releases in the past due 2000s. After becoming associated with the saving of dub superstar Lee Perry’s 2008 recording Repentance, X’s debut four-song EP, Bangers and Coffee beans, arrived in past due 2009, showcasing his unusual hybrid of deep-fried psychedelia and grimy U.K.-influenced street rap. Another EP, The Git, found its way to 2010, and Thong Seaside adopted in 2012. X have been honing his live display for the time being, performing in dark metal face color make-up and incongruent stage clothing like boxing robes or golf ball jerseys. Some warped video clips preceded Half-Speed Mastered, an effective full-length debut that found its way to early 2013, combined by Andrew W.K. and released on his fledgling label, Steev Mike. He came back later that 12 months using the holiday-themed solitary NSFW XMAS and with sophomore recording Keepin’ It Actual, which found its way to the springtime of 2014.