Girl Talk

    Laptops, music software and the internet democratized music-making in the late '90s, enabling Pittsburgh, PA. producer Gregg Gillis' act, Girl Talk, to surpass his experimental noise roots and recombine mainstream music for the masses. Gregg Gillis started recording music in high school with the Joysticks, debuting his first solo label work for the copyright-flaunting label Illegal Art in 2002 with Secret Diary (2002 Illegal Art). The album chopped and tweaked pop music hits to the point of noise - as well as its more accessible follow-up Unstoppable (2004 Illegal Art) -- presaging a style that... Read More

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