The Strapping Fieldhands

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Strapping Fieldhands
Origin Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States
Genres Indie rock
Years active 1991–1997
1999 - present
Labels Siltbreeze Records
Omphalos Records
The Now Sound
Shangri-La Records
Associated acts King of Siam [1]
Members Bob Dickie
Bob Malloy
Jacy Webster
Jeff Werner
Tony Collins
Past members Sky Kishlo
John Ferenzik
Robert Bell
Notable instruments
Guitar, Percussion, Drums, Cello, Double Bass, Sitar, Violin, Keyboard

The Strapping Fieldhands are an American indie rock band based in Pennsylvania, and are associated with the Siltbreeze label and American lo-fi psych scene. The band's first live incarnation was a three-piece opening for The Frogs. During the 1990s the Fieldhands would tour extensively with The Grifters, Guided by Voices, Pavement, and Thinking Fellers Union Local 282, playing shows with The Fall, Jon Spencer Blues Explosion, Royal Trux and others.







  • "Just Too Much" on Pimp's Toe Accelerator E.P., (Ptolemaic Terrascope, 1994)
  • "Tale from Telegewae" on Succour: The Terrascope Benefit Album, (Ptolemaic Terrascope/Flydaddy Records, 1996)
  • "Ollie's Interfader" on Carry On Ooij - A Brinkman Waaghals Compilation, (Brinkman Records, 1996)
  • "Porn Weasel" on Screwed Motion Picture Soundtrack, (Amphetamine Reptile Records, 1996)
  • "Stacey Donnelly" on CMJ New Music March - Volume 43, (College Music Journal, 1997)
  • "Boo Hoo Hoo" on Tiny Idols, (Snowglobe Records, 2005)


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