The Fetish
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The Fetish

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The Autonomic (2006)
Demos & Incomplete (2002)
Mourning The World (2000)



'The Fetish' came about in the mid-90's during J.S.Greenier's newly found interest in computers, MIDI, electronic / industrial music and the ease of recording fully functioning music without the need of other members.

Greenier first became interested in music during the mid to end-life of Nirvana. He started a simple rock band called "Nameliss" and began trying his hand at songwriting. With the advent of technology and music and the lack of interest or discipline from the current band members, it was clear to Greenier that creating something interesting and personal was to come about on his own time.

Joe started composing and recording instrumental tracks, as well as songs and discovered the idea of the "concept album", that being an album connected by a larger idea lyrically, or musically, each part of the idea illustrated in each track. He wrote completed his first 2-disc concept album "Mourning the World" in 2000.

Tired of the typical lyrics and music of the time, Greenier set out to create something more honest and not setup for popular consumption.

His next album "The Autonomic" is Greenier's attempt at just that. The lyrics are very personal and unlike most other music literature of the time. The music is structured outside of normal songs, odd meters, strange polyrhythms, dry vocals and heavy distorted guitars.

The 'concept' behind "The Autonomic" is the idea that sanity lies in finding the line in between Reason and Emotion, which eventually leads us to the knowledge that in order to accomplish our dreams we must break away from everything and everyone while we mold our own 'self'.

The idea behind 'The Fetish' was, and has always been creating something of his own, something that's not concerned with sounding-like popular music, but that attracts an intelligent crowd and relies on his own ideas and not a need to 'make money'.