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May 6, 2018

KSC-029 Darryl Montgomery-Hell Artist, Musician, Activist, and Visionary joins us on the show.

Artist, Musician, Activist, and Visionary, Darryl Montgomery-Hell joins us on the show. We discuss Industrial Music, Punk, Hip Hop, Buckminster Fuller and the processes of creativity.


Darryl Hell (born Darryl Montgomery, also known as DJ Hell) is a musician and multimedia artist who has been involved with several groups, including Public Disturbance, Sektor 6 Kommunikatons, Abstinence, Emergency Broadcast Network, and Operation Mindwipe. He has also performed with the band Terrorfakt and collaborates with the DJ/producer network Sonic Warriors United, based in Germany.


with Public Disturbance

Public Disturbance LP (1983, Mutha Records 003)
S&M 7" EP (1983, Mutha Records 011)

with Abstinence

Level 7 appears on the soundtrack to Backyard Glances Alva Skateboards (1987)
Frigid 12" EP Furnace Records/Silent Records (1994)
Revolt of the Cyberchrist Furnace Records/Silent Records (1994)
Theorem Furnace Records/Silent Records (1995)
The Path of Maximum Resistance s6k media (2005)
Hellscape compilation (1995, Furnace Records/Silent Records)
featured "Interference" & "Screaming Into the Void VSmix: (Virtually Silent Mix)"
New Industries compilation Dynamica Records, Germany (1995)
featured "Frigid Changes"
Hellscape 2 compilation Furnace Records/Silent Records (1995)
featured "Fractured/Assassinate the Beat"
Operation Beatbox compilation Reconstriction Records/Cargo Records (1996)
featured "Two Three Break"
Ikebana: Merzbow's Amlux Rebuilt, Reused and Recycled remix compilation Important Records (2003)
featured "Freq"
Path of Maximum Resistance s6k Media (2004)
Delusions Of Architecture cd/DVD Furnace Records/s6k Media (2013)
"You never change something by fighting the existing reality. To change something, build a new model that makes the existing model obsolete."
Buckminster Fuller

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