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Neslort’s return in 2010.  “Neslort’s music is strikingly beautiful and well-played, shaped by Trolsen’s angular, chromatically dense arrangements and a level of performance from the band members that takes everything to another level….Most of all, Neslort is an indication of the breadth and creativity of New Orleans musicians.” Offbeat Magazine


  1. A Tyrant’s Invitation
  2. March of the Native Alien
  3. Mystical Scam
  4. I Found You
  5. Blues For Man’s Extinction
  6. Bedwetting For Example
  7. I Found You
  8. The Noise
  9. The Yoga Rope Rag
10. After the Extinction

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Neslort’s  Second Album (1996) “The spirit and inspiration of the late Frances Vincent Zappa continues to rain down upon the planet, showering the sphere in the warm dewy wetness of his creativity and genius. Clearly caught in the downpour without an umbrella, overcoat, hat or galoshes is the New Orleans group, Neslort, a heady jazz-funk-whatever-you-make-of-it ensemble that recalls the mustachioed Mr. Zappa’s humorous operatic art-rock phase of the late 70’s. Mixing fink and jazz with a liberal dose of pleasantly sarcastic humor, the band displays a lot of what in the 70’s would have been called “chops” intricate horn chars followed by stretched out jams featuring plenty of all out blowing. And most importantly, as the band plays it’s impressive and innovative music, it does so without a whiff of pretense.”  -James Lien 


  1. The Noise
  2. Martian Circus Waltz
  3. Unsung Melodies
  4. Masturbate in Peking
  5. The Joke
  6. Primordial Fusion
  7. Picture
8. Cerebral Hemorrhage
9. Question Reality
10. Schizophrenic

Purchase Album Mother’s Call

Neslort’s first album from 1991 is the original source of alternative jazz / rock now called Primordial Fusion.  Featuring seven compositions by New Orleans trombone wizard Rick Trolsen


  1. I Found You
  2. Back To The Jungle
  3. Bite Your Bitch
  4. Hell’s Revenge
  5. Lillian
  6. Mother’s Call
  7. The Bogsquat Shuffle