I know there are people who are going to react negatively to the cover art on the new record, entitled ( for Mother), so before putting your "Family Values hat" on, you should probably read this first. Firstly, it's art, not misogyny, or pornography. I'm a gay man, and we have a female bass player, so do the math! Every hear of Hieronymus  Bosch? The painter? If not, look him up. Secondly, the concept came about whilst Lou Newton, and I were discussing our fucked up families/childhoods. I was re-reading Euripides "Medea" at the time (The Greek Tragedy), as well as having discussions about the archetypes, throughout history, of parents who destroy their children (wether its literal, or metaphorical. Male, OR female)) It was something we both shared some very common ground on, and "TA-DA!, we had a title. You will also notice, before the end of this page who the record is devoted to. So whatever you have to say in the negative about the art, we, as Stardust For Jennifer, don't care what you think. I mean for fucks sake, it's an INSTRUMENTAL album! This is the last time I will defend our art. Having said that, ladies, and for Mother.


For the realization of this project, Stardust For Jennifer were....


Philm Martin - Mastering/Engineering/Recording/Synth & Drum Programming/Electric, and Acoustic 12, and 6 String Guitars/Ebow/Synthesizers/Mellotron/Samplers/Acoustic Drums/Sound Design.


Tom Bradford - 12, and 6 String Electric Guitars/Loops/Paranormal Sounds.

(Narcosis/A Drug Called Warp/Beautiful Strange Birds)


Ruby Smith - The Bass Guitar.

(Narcosis/A Drug Called Warp/Pleroma/Trilliums Waver (Reprise)


Phil Holec - The Bass Guitar.

(Trilliums Waver)


Jordan Bregg - The Bass Guitar.

(I Killed A Bear Today)


Chris Livingston - Vocal Manipulation.

(The Boy Who Floated Away)


Lou Newton - Cover Design/Art/Concept & Title.



Without the Love, Support, and Protection of the following people, this record would never have happened....



Akai Controllers

Andrew Johnston

Aphex Compressors

Black Cat Pedals

Brian Pride

Boss Pedals

Catlinbread Pedals

Chris Livingston

Dan Schiro

Darren Olach


Death By Audio Pedals

Devi Ever Pedals

Diamond Pedals

Dwarfcraft Pedals

Electroharmonic Pedals

Fender Guitars and Amplification

Genesis Breyer P-Orridge

Gretchen DeCot

Gretch Guitars

Jean Cocteau

Jessie Oleksy

Jet Screamer

John Ingersol

Kim and Steve Larson

Kim Pluskota 

Kristine Alden

Lorna Doom

Lou Newton


Mr. Black Pedals

Neunaber Pedals

Nita Martin

Patrick Rady

Phil Holec

Propellerhead Software/Hardware

Red Witch Pedals

Rickenbacker Guitars

Roland Amps and Synthesizers

Ruby and Matt Smith               

Shanda Morgan

T.C. Electronics

T-Rex Pedals

Tommy Hopf

Wren and Cuff Pedals

Wolfe Von Stauffenberg 


Philm Martin - June 25th/2016