Bay City Blues
Nicholas Corey (voice, instruments), Lou Ford (instruments) and Phillis Nirdlinger (guitar, instruments) formed "Bay City Blues" in July 1993. Initially devoted to industrial impro sessions, the trio began to elaborate a more complex identity in sound, using mostly electronic instruments, recording on a 4-tracks tape recorder and filling their passion for american crime fiction literature in their black and white world. From 1997 they added female vocals of Judy Asquith (from "La Bambola del Dottor Caligari") alternated to the sulphureus voice of Corey. They also released a spin off work under "Cool" denomination (with Judy Asquith, without Lou Ford) and some works as "Propane 100%"(in the classic trio formation) dedited to extreme electronic noise.