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"If you want a larger than life, poetry phenomenon..."

"If you want a larger than life, poetry phenomenon of pharaoic proportions, see the Pharaoh himself. …Embodied in a man size frame, this king of spoken word splendor will seize you.” - Robin Carstensen, Texas A&M University at Corpus Christi

"Hold on to your metaphorical hats"

"Hold on to your metaphorical hats, and get ready for a ride that will take you between the surreal and the real across the landscapes of love, politics, and the outlandish." - Tamara Nicholl, Houston Poetry Slammaster

"Along comes M.C. Murph to the rescue!"

“…Along comes M.C. Murph to the rescue! His music is ethereal and penetrating, his messages are positive, and his lyrics seem to be about the world around him (as opposed to the world as it WORSHIPS him, which is the angle most acts come from now).” - DJ Johnson, Cosmik Debris


semper Thou; "Bugs, Wine, Demons" 2008
Susannah Sandow; "Champagne Tea Party" 2008
Aaron Trumm; “Bleed” 2006
Team Fun; “Proletariat CD” 2004
Third Option; “Monkey Set” 2003
Larry Lines; "Numen" 2002
Third Option; “Cult of Nice” 2002
Third Option; “Still” Single Release 2001
Third Option; “Dance Uncle” Single Release 2000
Third Option; “Orson’s Groove” Single Release 2000
Third Option; “Kennedy’s Groove” Single Release 2000
Third Option; “Frosted Mini Wheat’s” 2000
MC Murph; “Artistic Apocalypse” 1998
MC Murph; “Martyrs and Heroes” 1996



Created by singer/performance poet/rapper/producer Aaron Trumm, NQuit has existed since 1996 and now produces and releases just a few acts: Aaron J Trumm, Larry Lines, Third Option, dominguez, semper Thou and Susannah Sandow.

Aaron Trumm has been bleeding on microphones, studios, and live audiences since 1989. He has bled out a number 10 ranking in the world as a slam poet, 2 Houston poetry slam championships, 5 national poetry slam appearances, 2 alternative hip-hop CDs under the name "M.C. Murph", the techno/classical/poetry fusion act Third Option, which was called "wicked, totally compelling" by BBC Radio I's Annie Nightingale, publications ranging the spectrum of music and technology from Linux Journal to the National Poetry Slam anthology, a master's degree from Stanford (Music, Science and Technology), and a nation full of stages left burnt, bloody and alive.