Living up to his name, Seattle’s Conrad Uno, who possesses and functions both Egg studios as well as the Pop Llama label, is obviously one and unique talent. A genuine DIY-er, Uno provides consistently made and documented music done because of its very own sake instead of for just about any stabs at commerciality. After documenting his very own off-beat house demos as an adolescent Uno was ushered in to the globe of music creation by his close friends, the Young Clean Fellows, who insisted he record their debut record, Fabulous Sounds from the Pacific Northwest, in his makeshift cellar studio room. The sonic framework from the album–howling guitars, sloppy playing and a lot of mistakes left set for the type they bring–still defines Uno’s design even today. Through the entire ’80s Uno silently released albums on his Pop Llama label and created friend’s information in his cellar studio (which include an original gaming console from Stax studios). But, exactly like it affected the lives of therefore a great many other Pacific Northwesterners, the grunge trend of the first ’90s provided Uno a flirtation with mainstream achievement when he created Mudhoney’s Easy for Reprise as well as the Presidents of the united states self entitled debut for Columbia. Though he hardly ever capitalized on the proper place/right time areas of the alternative motion, Uno doesn’t view it as any great reduction that he hasn’t produced millions by making corporate music. Rather, he prefers to create the types of information created by the nondescript children up the stop who’ve just created a wildly archaic sounding fresh band.
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|Ace Ventura: When Nature Calls||1995||producer: "Boll Weevil"|
|Brainscan||1994||producer: "Make It Now"|
|Hype!||1996||Documentary additional sound recordist|
|Hype!||1996||Documentary thanks: PopLlama Records|
|Hype!||1996||Documentary||Himself - PopLlama Records|
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