Carla Bozulich is an art-punk provocateur: a writer, producer, curator, interdisciplinary artist, sound designer and prolific musician with one of the most unique voices in any genre. Her work is lyrically rich, brutally raw and weirdly visionary.
"A landscape where Tom Waits and Michael Gira enjoy critical tongue-baths ought to make room for Carla" stated the NME, upon the release of her masterpiece solo album Boy
in 2014. More recently, with the release of Quieter
in 2018, Jes Skolnik wrote in a Bandcamp Daily feature: "Hopefully this gorgeous album, which deserves to have time spent with it in the same way all of Bozulich’s work does, will get her one step further to the center of the conversation when it comes to lifetime achievement in the experimental world."
Alongside works released under her own name, Bozulich's trajectory with groups like Ethyl Meatplow, The Geraldine Fibbers, Scarnella and Evangelista charts a remarkable, diverse and truly sui generis
arc of impassioned, challenging, authentic and adventurous experimental/punk-rock musics.
Born in New York City, she grew up a tomboy and girl protector in San Pedro, California. Carla’s first appearance on record is Gary Kail’s album from 1982 called…