Land from the Loops was the alias of Brooklyn-based sonic collagist Alan Sutherland, a veteran of several short-lived rings who considered quirky electronica after his parents bought him a sampler for university graduation. For Slabco, he documented a set of cassettes, Right Away from Milner and Percival, before credit scoring an underground strike with the one “Multi-Family Garage area Sale,” afterwards licensed to get a Miller Genuine Draft industrial; Land from the Loops’ initial full-length work, the much-acclaimed Baby, implemented on Up in 1996, trailed a season later by way of a remix EP, Refried Goodies. Sutherland following resurfaced in 1999 with a fresh EP, Rush Up and Wait around; Puttering In regards to a Small Land implemented in middle-2000.
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|Filthy Gorgeous: The Trannyshack Story||2005||Documentary performer: "Multi-Family Garage Sale" / writer: "Multi-Family Garage Sale"|
|The Sopranos||1999||TV Series performer - 2 episodes|
|Lick the Star||1998||Short performer: "Heidi Cakes" - uncredited|
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