Duo hailing from Tucson, Arizona, whose music may be best described as lo-fi blues-trash. Whilst Bob Log III howled and modeled his repetitive guitar style on Mississippi Fred McDowell, Thermos Malling hammered out percussion on bits of junk metal placed on the ground. First recording was Hussy Bowler 7" (Westworld, 1993) Albums were Chunked & Muddled (Bloat Records, 1994), the cassette only Barber Shop (Bloat Records, 1994), and finally the much easier to find and marginally more refined What We Do (Dependability, 1996) After six years of making music, and weary of touring, Malling abruptly quit the band in the middle of a U.S. tour with Ween, leaving Log without a percussionist. “At the time, my only option was to go home and shut up, or learn a new way of playing guitar,” Log decided to continue the tour alone as a one-man band, playing guitar and kicking a guitar case to keep the beat. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply.