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SJ Esau
Birth nameSam Wisternoff
BornBristol, England
GenresIndie rock, experimental pop
Occupation(s)Singer, producer
Years active1999–present
LabelsfromSCRATCHrecords
Anticon
Twisted Nerve Records
Enormous Corpse
Associated actsJody Wisternoff (brother)
Websitewww.sjesau.co.uk

SJ Esau is the music project of Sam Wisternoff, an experimental pop musician from Bristol, England. Although ostensibly a solo project, Wisternoff is often joined by the drummer Sean Talbot and has incorporated a variety of other musicians into recording projects and live performances.

History and work

Born on 28 November 1977, Wisternoff’s music career began in the late 1980s as a prepubescent rapper, collaborating with his brother, Jody Wisternoff to release a single on Smith & Mighty’s Three Stripe Records. Spending his later teenage years in indie rock band, The Pudding, Wisternoff released the first SJ Esau album, Queezy Beliefs, in 1999 on his Enormous Corpse label which was followed by various CDR albums and limited edition releases for labels such as Static Caravan Recordings, Twisted Nerve Records and Fooltribe.

In 2007, Anticon Records re-released the album Wrong Faced Cat Feed Collapse.[1] The next album, Small Vessel, was released by Anticon in 2008.[2]

In the following years, Wisternoff released various SJ Esau EPs as well as taking part in a variety of collaborative projects such as Jeremy Smoking Jacket with Rose Kemp and Hesomagari with Yoshino Shigihara from the band, Zun Zun Egui. In 2010, Wisternoff started a music video production and audio mastering company entitled Ill Spectre Productions, producing music videos for bands such as Gravenhurst, Thought Forms and Get the Blessing.

In 2014, fromSCRATCHrecords released the album, Exploding Views.[3]

Discography

Albums

EPs

  • Photocopy Of My Face Sellotaped To Adrian's Face (2004)
  • Live In Doors (2005)
  • 5 Track EP (2006)
  • The Gist (2009)
  • Internal Workings (2011)

Miscellaneous

Collaborations

  • Onanist Homework Robot & The Guano Ignoramus - Large Ghost (2004)
  • Jeremy Smoking Jacket - Now We Are Dead (And Other Stories) (2005)
  • Hesomagari - Hanasu Shapes (2011)

References

  1. ^ Ducker, Jesse (9 April 2007). "New Anticon Act SJ Esau and his Wrong Faced Cat Feed Collapse". East Bay Express.
  2. ^ Zeiss, John (20 June 2008). "SJ Esau: Small Vessel". Prefix.
  3. ^ Manchester, Guy (3 December 2013). "Louder Than War Video Premier". Louder Than War.

External links

This page was last edited on 22 February 2021, at 21:18
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