Scot Jenerik's extraordinary, precision crafted instruments (Thor, the Contraption, Sub-Linear, Dante, and Faustschlags) combined with Ethan Port's trademark combination of metal percussion and soulful, soaring open tuned guitars, create a shimmering soundscape of violence and vision that is both unique and rare in today's saturated and overly dissected music scene. F-Space breaks the barriers of categorization to deliver a ritualized sonic blend that drives the listener to an altered space. F-Space is not an experience easily forgotten.
Since it's inception last June F-Space has captivated audiences throughout the south-west and the band is now "in-demand". F-Space combines Port and Jenerik's 18 years experience creating and delivering dozens of ground breaking albums, videos, and countless live performances into a modern song writing engine that now defines what Csaba Toth refers to as the "Third Wave of Industrial Music".
F-Space is centered upon percussive melodies that decay into sweeping landscapes of acoustic complexity. Scot Jenerik creates new instruments to solve specific sonic problems raised in the song writing process. Rather than force traditional instruments to conform to a certain sound, Scot Jenerik builds new sonic masterpieces to deliver the musical vision presented by a particular work. These instruments allow F-Space to skirt along the edges of traditional Pop-Rock-Punk styles while presenting an intensely unique and un-paralleled sonic quality.
In the live setting F-Space explodes with a fiery passion that grabs the audience by the spleen and drives a train of sound through their third eye. The live presence created by Jenerik and Port's focused intensity of motion is crafted into a palpable sonic environment that is both exhaustive and compelling. Audiences leave an F-Space show spent.
F-Space's current projects include work on a full length CD, due out Fall 1998, numerous local performances, and plans for a U.S. tour in Fall 1998. In addition, Scot Jenerik continues work on his solo career performing at Noise concerts internationally, including a Japanese tour in August, 1998. Ethan Port is working to release CDs from some former projects, including the final Savage Republic performance, and post Savage Republic project Wonder. F-Space currently resides on Mobilization Records.
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