Aunt Sally (band)

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Aunt Sally
Origin Japan
Genres Punk rock, avant-garde, post-punk, gothic rock, psychedelic rock
Years active 1978–1980
Labels Vanity, Joystick, Undo Records, P-Vine Records
Past members Phew, Bikke, Kataoka, Takashi Maruyama, Mayu

Aunt Sally were an avant-punk-psychedelic-rock group from Japan, active in the late 1970s. Members besides creative heads Phew (vocals) and Bikke (guitars, vocals) Kataoka (bass guitar), Takashi Maruyama (drums) and Mayu (keyboards).

Female singer Phew later earned some underground popularity when working with DAF, Einstürzende Neubauten, Anton Fier, Otomo Yoshihide [Novo Tono] and musicians from Can.

Discography (partial)[edit]

  • Aunt Sally – through Vanity (1979, LP), Joystick (1984, LP) and Undo Records (2002, CD)
  • Live 1978–1979 – through P-Vine Records (2001, CD)

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