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The Former Giant Diamond Ring
on
Austin's Middle Finger

Blair                         Scott                           Jack


Hosing down the cosmos with Casio keyboard driven sexual fury,
HUG spouted psychedelic, lo-fi, post-punk musick for the degenerate population
of Austin, Texas. Having survived for 15 years, HUG regularly soiled a
diverse selection of Austin nightclubs during that time including: Bates Motel,
Electric Lounge, Ego's, Emo's, Hole in the Wall, Stubb's, Red Eyed Fly,
Ruta Maya and Room 710 to name a few.

During the early to mid 80's guitarist Jack Hug played bass in the Washington DC, post-punk
group NO TREND, who appeared on Touch and Go Records and Lydia Lunch's Widowspeak
label. He's also known as "Gentle Jack" a man whose soothing phone voice can prompt
even the most stubborn bowels to move with alacrity.

Casioist Scott Van Hug, who, out of the three band members most closely resembles a small,
shopworn black girl, achieved fame and fortune as "Nova" in Rick Linklater's SLACKER.
He also managed Austin band ED HALL during the 80's and did the artwork
for their first two albums. Go ahead, ask him about his sex organs some time.

Vocalist Blair Hug spent most of the 80's perfecting devices and techniques for time travel by
which the sporting gentleman may visit and orally pleasure famous condemned women,
like that hottie Joan of Arc, just as they get executed. He also plays the theremin with
THE FUTURE OF AIR TRAVEL and HELIOS CREED and is the author of such paradigm
shifting literary masterpieces as "Deep Deep Space" and "Commode Decision".

HUG squirmed in its cosmic embrace with the self-lubricating Larva God of Sodom, probing
eternally for the next fix of undulating fleshy entertainment, or whatever was handy.
The band ended its reign in 2011.


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