5" CDR $15
A "clici-clic" is a hand-held hole-punch mounted with a contact-mic for amplification. The Haters (GX Jupitter-Larsen, Mitchal Goodman & Gen Ken) each used a clici-clic to pop hundreds upon hundreds of little holes through numerous sheets of paper & cardboard (including the Generator's lease!). For 28 minutes, the sound of the crushing was amplified into a fragile expansion of textural noises. Staged in the Generator freight elevator.,this was The Haters 155th performance and the first time they employed the clici-clics as a sound making tool. The resulting holes were collected in a box and a selection is included with each package (while they last).
GX Jupitter-Larsen started The Haters in 1979, after getting bored with playing in Punk bands. "People back then always talked about Punk as if was noise, but it was never noisy enough for me! However, awareness of my own audio fetish didn't appear for years.
After a lot of trial and error, I would come to realize that my love for the sounds of destruction mirrored my love for decay." -G.X. Jupiiter Larsen