Obnox / Juke That Sat By The Door, The
Album:Juke That Sat By The Door, The Collection:General
Artist:Obnox Added:Jan 2015
Label:Chunklet Industries 

A-File Activity
Add Date:2015-05-02 Pull Date:2015-07-03 
Week Ending:Jun 28Jun 14Jun 7May 31May 24May 17May 10

Recent Airplay
1.Jun 25, 2015:channel 0+i
All Hail The Deejay
4.Jun 03, 2015:Brownian Motion
Dark Arts
2.Jun 08, 2015:No Way To Say
All Hail The Deejay
5.Jun 02, 2015:In The Year One Thousand, Eight Thousand [SPQ07]
All Hail The Deejay
3.Jun 04, 2015:channel 0+i
Buzz Clique, (Do) The Clap
6.May 29, 2015:Late Nights With BoBo
Loud Speaker

Album Review
Telepathic Juan
Reviewed 2015-05-07 
The Juke That Sat By the Door is an EP by Columbus, Ohio legend, Obnox. It’s an enthralling addition to his prolific discography. Brief, loud, and full of distorted mumble vocals, Bim Thomas aka Obnox, jams in the studio with a freer approach than in previous recordings. It almost feels like a rehearsal. Punk meets garage soul meets studio experimentation. Primal!

RIYL: Bassholes, Bad Brains, Chrome Cranks, The Rip-Offs, and, Pussy Galore.

Recommended Tracks: 1, 2, 4, 5, and 7

1. (0:09) Loudspeaker – “Let’s talk about frequencies found in records…” Found instructional recording.
2. (0:36) Dark Arts – Noisy fragment rocking hard. Ohhhh!!!
3. (3:00) **All Hail The Deejay – Semi-incoherent chant with memorable melody. Hail to the Deejay indeed.
4. (3:43) **Sit Yo Ass Down – 1970’s arena rock inspired tune with great guitar work and lots of distortion.
5. (2:58) *Thanks For Yesterday – Noisy ballad with lots of babies.
6. (0:06) Honkey – Studio filtered field recording.
7. (3:33) **(Do) The Clap – Crazy noise-blues upbeat cut. Hypnotic incoherent vocals. Yeah!
8. (0:39) Buzz Clique – Feedback and more noise in reverse. Great ending.

Track Listing
1.Loud Speaker 5.Thanks For Yesterday
2.Dark Arts 6.Honkey
3.All Hail The Deejay 7.(Do) The Clap
4.Sit Yo Ass Down 8.Buzz Clique