The Mutaytor


Spectacles of Sound & Vision

We are artists, musicians, and technicians dedicated to bringing you spectacles of sound and vision from beyond imagination. To inspire and empower our audience, our community, and our selves to reach beyond what we are to what we can be. We convert civilians into RockStars!

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New CD!

Announcing the release of The Mutaytor: Unconditional Love (The Westerfeld Sessions)

We are proud to make available this 14 song collection of The Mutaytor at it's finest, available now in CD and digital form through our website and at shows. Why Unconditional Love? Because that's the most pure, beautiful thing in the universe - and we think it deserves a nod.

These recordings were made under somewhat different circumstances than the typical studio session. Last year an idea spawned while staying at our good friend Jim Siegel's historic San Francisco mansion. This house was built in 1889. With it's ghosts, stories, characters and it's unique role in cultural history, we thought we should record the house along with our next album. So we dragged all of our recording equipment up to San Francisco, and proceeded to make this recording. We carefully captured the acoustic ambiance of the rooms, hallways and staircases — if you listen closely, you can hear the house breathing. No digital reverbs were used. You can hear people walking around and talking. You can hear traffic outside the windows. You can hear how much fun we had sequestered in that house, a group of friends, making art together for four days and nights. We hope you have as much fun listening to the music as we had making it. Pick it up on line or come to a show and say hello.

Unconditional Love


We will be selling a limited number of signed copies at our record release party on March 10th, at The Echoplex in Los Angeles, where we'll be performing with our friends The March Fourth Marching Band. We'll also be touring in support of the new CD nationally throughout the summer.

The Westerfeld Mansion is a 5 story, 28 room Victorian Historical Landmark in the Lower Haight section of San Francisco, located on the corner of Scott and Fulton. The Westerfeld has seen more than it's fair share of the avant-garde since its construction in 1889. It had been the Russian Embassy, a speakeasy during prohibition, the transmitter for the very first radio broadcasts on the west cost conducted out of the bell tower by none other than Enricco Moricini himself, a jazz flophouse for the likes of Thelonious Monk, home to Janice Joplin, Big Brother and the Holding Company and Family Dog productions, crashpad for members of the Manson Family, site of occult rituals conducted by Kenneth Anger and Anton LeVey (who kept one of his tigers in the bell tower) and was prominently featured in Thomas Wolfe's "The Electric Kool-Aid Acid Test". It's also been Mutaytor's San Francisco home for several years, and is always a place of fond memories and the absolute best of times....

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