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Just a few:

LXNNNIE – “Playing Spades With Satan” (2012) http://www.mediafire.com/?kr1p2ud8n6r12fa

LXNNNIE – “Fuxxing Everything Up Since 1977” (1996 -2011)

LXNNNIE – “Lxnnnie in Disasterland” (2009)

LXNNNIE – “Writhing in the Entrails of a Slaughtered Dream” (2008)

LXNNNIE – “Born Distorted” (2007)

Indifferent Spaces – “All You See” (2012)

Indifferent Spaces – “Pollen” EP (2012)

Thee Acidcasterz – “Kuroi Jukai” (2012)

Serial Flower – Split LP with PEAL “Whenever I Can Have It Habit” (2010)



LXNNNIE (born Lonnie Jason Rutledge, 10/18/1977) is an artist, song writer and ex-cult leader from Belmar NJ, who has been active since 1994. Considered to be one of the original "bedroom" recording artists of the '90's, LXNNNIE's music falls into the "Outsider" genre for its peculiar styles and twisted lyrics. He has been diagnosed with many mental illnesses including bipolar disorder, schizophrenia w/ psychotic features and severe depression, but LXNNNIE himself, claims he is simply "creative". He has been in and out of jails, rehabs and psych facilities for the majority of his life, yet managed to accumulate a devoted following of fellow artists, musicians, intellectuals, philosophers, fanatics, and general outcasts. Many considered this to be a cult due to LXNNNIE's manic episodes and the sway he seemed to have over his friends and fans. However, during 2005 he began to distance himself from his scene and eventually completely abandoned it. He currently lives with his mother and continues to compulsively create art and music. Occasionally LXNNNIE makes random appearances to perform, usually in Asbury Park NJ with which he is familiar. At one of his last appearances he was asked why he thinks he is not as well known as his contemporaries such as Ariel Pink and the like? He stated, "Because I don't think I wanted to be famous during this life. I think I signed up to become known sometime after I die." LXNNNIE has written, produced and recorded no less than 25 albums which have only, until now, been self-released to friends and family. Several of these albums have recently been released on Itunes and as Free Downloads.