I'm just having a listen to his album "Jungle Rot" on last.fm and on first listen it is very good indeed!
"It's something that anyone who digs, say, Michael Yonkers should perk up their ears at. It's that sort of outsider psych obscurity.
Guitarist/vocalist George Brigman, a teenager at the time we're pretty sure, was definitely into such underground (back then) influences as The Stooges and the Velvet Underground. This record consists of fierce, fuzz-fueled punk rockers, lo-fi acid blues, and VU-inspired melancholia -- a downer vibe typified by such songs as "It's Misery", "Worrying", and "I'm Married Too". He's got worlds of woe. There's more of the latter so don't get the idea that this is Raw Power part II or anything. But the Stooges moments, like the killer title track, ARE super Stoogey. And ULTRA fuzzed. So imagine an unholy, amateur, low-budget blend of Iggy, Lou Reed, and some Nick Drake too."
The first track really reminds me of Chrome too with the huge phased guitar. What do you reckon? Anyone got any similar stuff?