G. Gordon Gritty is the musical alias of Glen from KLYAM Records. He's been recording NON-music for nearly a decade, taking a give-no-fucks approach to rock 'n roll acquired from years of steadfast devotion to heroes like Black Lips, Nobunny, The King Khan & BBQ Show, and Ty Segall. His latest album Still Not A Musician, a co-release with BUFU Records, has been described as a "32 track odyssey of rambling shambolic ecstasy, delivered with a naïveté and blistering energy that is unparalleled" and is adjacent to his equally ambitious 33 song tape debut I'm Not A Musician (2012, Wiener Records) released under the risqué Gangbang Gordon moniker. In between those two releases, G. Gordon Gritty released Culturally Irrevelerent on BUFU in August 2014. This EP mixed and mashed his first ever studio recordings with homemade cuts. Lacking any formal training or natural ear for melody, G. Gordon Gritty has developed all of his skill set by ambitiously covering and performing karaoke versions of his favorite songs both on YouTube and in private. Staying dishonest in technicality but brutally honest in spirit and energy has proved G. Gordon Gritty to be a confusing and highly entertaining post-modern performer, garnering comparisons to similarly outsiders like The Shaggs and Jandek. G. Gordon Gritty has been performing live since 2012, both solo and with an evolving backing band. His February 4, 2014 spot opening for NOBUNNY at The Middle East Upstairs was a landmark event in the non-musician's career, being personally invited to play by his hero, and then performing with a full backing band for the first time. The live band has been described "loud, banging noise, not cohesive, ridiculous, and comical" and "the only punk band in Boston" and has featured a crazy-man tambourine player, a wooden guitarist, and a first-time ever playing music in his life drummer. The live spectacle is an unpredictable, never the same thing twice, interpretation of songs crafted by a perpetual solo home-recorder with no previous band experience.