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Young Scientist
 - Results, Not Answers


Young Scientist
 - Results, Not Answers


by Tom Ojendyk

While Seattle is most associated with loud guitars and rock, there was a respectable experimental music scene in the late 70s and early 80s that would sometimes rub shoulders with the pubescent post-punk scene. Originally self-released on cassette in 1979, Young Scientist’s debut, Results, Not Answers, has recently been reissued on vinyl for the first time by German label, Bureau B, and highly recommended to folks interested in American underground electronic music. The synth trio must have spent a lot of time flipping through the import record section because there are definite traces of Cluster, Harmonia, and other 70s German experimental acts. Amazingly, the band opened for the Dead Kennedys at one point and members later also performed in other great projects such as the Blackouts, Savant, K7SS, and Sequencer People.


www.youngscientist.bandcamp.com