Lo-fi Scottish popsters Urusei Yatsura (aka Yatsura in Japan as well as the U.S. because of legal issues japan comic publication and toon franchise of the same name) comprised performers/guitarists Fergus Lawrie and Graham Kemp, bassist Elaine Graham, and her sibling, drummer Ian. Created in Glasgow through the early ’90s, the music group quickly debuted with “All Hail Yatsura,” a 12″ released around the Hipster label; some incredibly loud gigs in addition to an electrifying John Peel off radio program helped provide them to the eye of Ché Information, which released the solitary “Siamese” in early 1996. Following a couple of EPs, Plastic material Ashtray and Stunray EP, Yatsura released their 1st full-length, the U.K. indie chart-topping WE HAVE BEEN Yatsura; the Strategic Hamlets EP adopted in early 1997, as the following Pulpo! put together the group’s many stray singles songs and B-sides. Two even more singles, “Fake Fur” and “Hello Tiger,” preceded the 1998 full-length Slain by Yatsura. MANY PEOPLE REALLY LIKE Urusei Yatsura found its way to 2000 around the group’s personal Oni label, however the music group split a 12 months later on. Kemp pursued a single profession, while Lawrie as well as the Grahams created Projekt A-Ko, which released Yoyodyne in ’09 2009. Lawrie also founded the drone music group Angel of everybody Murder in 2011, and released three albums of extended improvisations during the period of that 12 months and 2012. YOU MIGHT BE My Urusei Yatsura, a assortment of BBC Radio Classes from through the entire group’s career, found its way to 2016 on Rocket Lady.