The past due Steven Jesse Bernstein was a Seattle performance poet who produced materials filled with alienation, decadence and despair. He was a definite inheritor of the visceral poetic custom passed down from such forebears as William S. Burroughs and Charles Bukowski, and far of Bernstein’s function drew upon his nightmarish encounters as a medication addict. In 1991, at age 40, Bernstein, who experienced manic major depression and had lately relapsed into alcoholism, dedicated suicide. He previously been married 3 x and was survived by three kids. During his death, he previously embarked upon a documenting project that matched up his readings with music by Steve Fisk, who’s known for his examples and tape manipulations as well as for his use such Northwestern organizations as Nirvana, Soungarden and Defeat Happening. The recording the two males were focusing on, Prison, premiered after Bernstein’s loss of life, in 1992. Your time and effort presented Bernstein’s tortured muse underpinned and augmented by a variety of concrete noises, beats and grooves. As hardly any of the recording had been finished upon Bernstein’s loss of life, the album is very much indeed due to Fisk’s vision.
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|Natural Born Killers||1994||performer: "Me and Her Outside" / writer: "Me and Her Outside"|
|Shredder Orpheus||1990||Axel (as Stephen J. Bernstein)|
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