Gus Pot Fuss is a solo project by Thomas Loyens (1989). Starting out as a drummer, listening to all kinds of music, he became obsessed by experimental and noise music at the age of 16. Today's projects as a drummer include the noisy impro band High Musth (trio with Warre Fungus, Jonas De Houwer & guests) only playing at full moon. Also the Ten Believers of Unheimlitec (impro with Thomas Van Mol, Bart Douibi & Dennis Krokodile), Kraaat Prats Prats Klet (weird rock duo with Thomas Van Mol) and the new Borokov Borokov (which doesn't have a new band name so far) (including Georgios Tsakiridis, Boris Van den Eynden & others). In September 2010 he toured for a couple days in Germany with the Belgian Sukilove (Pascal Deweze) replacing their usual drummer. Recent followed workshop with Andrew D'Angelo Trio (Andrew D'Angelo, Trevor Dunn & Jim Black) and Teun Verbruggen (Othin Spake, Flat Earth Society, Jef Neve trio) in 2008. And Chris Watson (Cabaret Voltaire) in October 2010. Aside from musical interests, Thomas is a current filmstudent in Brussels (RITS), also amusing himself making abstract video's. In 2008 he made a non-published documentary with interviews of Andrew D'Angelo, Trevor Dunn, Jim Black, Ken Vandermark, Fred Lonberg-Holm, Ben Sluijs, Teun Verbruggen, Steven Cassiers & Nicolas Kummert. In May 2010 he finished a short documentary about Belgian artists Anne-Mie Van Kerckhoven and Danny Devos and their industrial band Club Moral (today with Mauro Pawlowski & Aldo Struyf). The documentary will be shown at Club Moral's exhibition in Antwerp (november 2010).
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