Polymorphous Perverse
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Polymorphous Perverse

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The best kept secret in music


"MidPoint Music Festival Guide"

Fusing heavy-ass crunch and turntables, this five-piece brings the noise with two vocalists and a stream of relentless riffs that would make your mother want to dive into a mosh pit. - Ezra Waller - City Beat (Cincinnati, OH)

"Polymorphous Perverse - The E.P. Aphrodisia review"

Not too often, does a band such as Polymorphous Perverse come along and release such an impressive album, bringing a truly creative and artistic approach to local music. Polymorphous Perverse deserves to stand-out amongst others in the Midwest, as being that unpredictable constant in defining modern music. Great artists like this are hard to find. Look this one up! - Dave Jackson - The Eko webzine


*Kaleidoscope CD single (promo only) - 2003
*Sucked Out & Cynical CD single (promo only) - 2001
The EP Aphrodisia - 2001
Love Stain/Submariner (split single w/Null Device) - 2000
* Filthy F CD single - 1999
* Sex Obsess CD single - 1998

* indicates track has received radio airplay on one or more of these stations: 96.3 WMAD (Madison), 94.1 WJJO (Madison), 89.9 WORT (Madison), 102.9 WLZR (Milwaukee), 94.7 WZOR (Green Bay), 93.7 KXXR (Minneapolis)


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Polymorphous Perverse's apocalyptic rock sound incorporates everything from the bounce of hip hop to the crunch of heavy guitars. Hailing from Madison, WI, Polymorphous Perverse's music fuses traditional rock instrumentation with samples and vinyl loops, creating a distinctive sound that runs the gamut from tense and sinister to wistful and gorgeous.

Their energetic live shows are pure rock spectacle, with co-vocalists William Stitch and DJ ScaryMike playing the role of dual instigators, commanding the stage and inciting the crowd. All five members of Polymorphous Perverse pound out the music with swagger and intensity, leaving the audience awed and hungry for more.

In 2001, Polymorphous Perverse self-released the EP Aphrodisia, a six-song disc that contained several local dance-floor smash hits. Shortly after, Polymorphous Perverse's single "Sucked Out & Cynical" won Madison's WMAD's Tuesday Night Fights competition for four weeks straight, prompting undefeated retirement from the competition. 2002 saw Poly P relentlessly gig throughout the major midwest cities, greatly expanding their fan base while perfecting their raucous live show in the process. 2003 marked the release of "Kaleidoscope," the debut single off Polymorphous Perverse's forthcoming album. The single has been well received at many Wisconsin radio stations.