The Nihilist Spasm Music group is a distinctive experimental collective referred to as “the very first noise music group.” Created in 1965 in London, Ontario, the Canadian group offers since improvised on several devices, including homemade masterpieces like the violin developed by bandmember Artwork Pratten, the “Pratt-a-various.” Bandmembers consist of Pratten (who also takes on “water-pipe”), Expenses Exley (spoken term), Murray Favro (acoustic guitar), John Clement (acoustic guitar and drums), John Boyle (drums and kazoo), and Hugh McIntyre (bass). Their 1st concert occurred in early 1966 and their debut documenting, No Record, adopted two years later on. Another decade exceeded before their following recording, Vol. 2, premiered, but despite their sporadic saving, the music group remained occupied with live shows. For over 30 years, NSB offers performed every Mon night in a gallery within their hometown. They will have also performed at N.Con.C.’s Knitting Manufacturing plant, the FIMAV music event in Quebec along with other creative music celebrations, and toured Japan in 1997. Lots of the Nihilist Spasm Music group albums have already been reissued on japan label Alchemy Information by lover and noise designer Jojo Hiroshige (of Hijokaidan). Sonic Youth’s Thurston Moore can be counted among NSB’s big followers. In March 1998, the music group threw the very first No Music Event, offering improvisers from Japan, Toronto, N.Con.C., Chicago, and much more. Box sets of every No Music Event have been released on Canada’s impartial label Entartete Kunst.