Trashy lo-fi garage rock project Useless Eaters was started by young Jay Reatard protégé and Memphis dweller Seth Sutton in 2008. Working by himself, Sutton tirelessly churned out art-damaged garage rock tunes, mostly appearing in the form of various 7"s until his debut full-length, Zulu, appeared in 2011. That same year brought another full-length release with Daily Commute, as well as a collection of tracks from his then ample discography of sold-out 7"s entitled Cheap Talk: The Singles. Another full-length appeared in 2012 and Sutton moved in a slightly more new wave direction the next year for Hypertension. He relocated from the South to the West Coast around 2014 and issued the full-length Bleeding Moon, moving even further in a Devo-influenced direction. ~ Fred Thomas
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