Thursday, September 30, 2010

Pathological Resonance (tape, Anomalous Records, 1995)


Compilation with Terpsychore & Testimonium, Kapotte Muziek, 1334, Maeror Tri, Tesendalo, Cupio Dissolvi, K2, Aube, Das Synthetische Mischgewebe, True Romance, The Oval Language, Rudolf Eb.er

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Wednesday, September 29, 2010

Strident (tape, Strident step 11, 1983)


As it says: a cassette of poetry and/or music. Best known name is Attrition, who have two tracks, and a whole bunch of poetry and lo-fi music. More odd than good, but some of it is quite nice.

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Tuesday, September 28, 2010

Idea Fire Company - Candle & Fog (tape, 2007)


I don't think we had anything this recent. But its here with permission of Idea Fire Company. They have some great vinyl releases for sale. Go check 'm out here.

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Monday, September 27, 2010

Auf Abwegen Kompilation (tape, 1994)


Primarily a magazine, Auf Abwegen is also a label. This is perhaps their first release, the only cassette, and it has Hund Katze Pferd, Sleeping Dogs Wake, Seg, Mercantan, Some More Crime. Palindrom, Maeror Tri, Calva Y Nada, Annabelle's Garden, Beequeen, Mohr, Legion, Haare Im Kuhlscharnk, Leather Strip and Schwarzwurz.

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Sunday, September 26, 2010

Primitive Party (tape, Handle With Care Cassettes, 198?)


A not so good post punk band from Rotterdam. This tape is I believe from the mid 80s. donated by Pascal 'titi' Tabarnac

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Saturday, September 25, 2010

Ondergeniepig - Open Riool (tape, 1983)


Lo-fi punk/post punk from Rotterdam. Great direct stuff. donated by Pascal 'titi' Tabarnac

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Friday, September 24, 2010

The Rosebuds - The Rosebud Mystery (tape, 1995)


This was not so much a side-project of Dull Schicksal as a precursor of AA Kismet, the band that tried to make' accesible' rock music, something that Dull Schicksal always loathed. (allthough it was not sure if they were aware of that). So some songs here were played at DS live-sets, and some ended up on the first AA Kismet album. This band -the name Rosebuds slightly reflected the urge to please- never pleased i mean played live officially but they were part of a theatre piece in the Rotterdam theatre Lantaren/Venster that played a week or so, made by Eveline Ketterings (she sings a few songs on the tape under the name of 'Rosy Rosebud') (forgot the title of that play, sorry). People that play on the tape except Eveline are; Frank van Berkel, Clemens Cillekens, Ronnie Krepel and Lukas Simonis. It was chosen 'tape of the week' (or month, forgot that too) at some incredible influential dutch magazine( forgot which one, sorry for the last time). The last song is missing! (i'm not apologizing for that) The tape broke.
donated titi tabarnac

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Thursday, September 23, 2010

Die Trip Computer Die - Sibling Family Research (tape, 19??)


Homosexuals related project with Lepke Buchwater and Xentos Jones. Very obscure release, but I'm sure some people will be happy! donated by Pascal 'titi' Tabarnac

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Leerstukken van de Stalinitische School (tape, WW Tapes WC 11, 198?)


Writer Jan van den Einden went to a discussion evening of hardcore communists and taped it. Very funny, all in Dutch. Donated by Pascal 'titi' Tabarnac

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Tuesday, September 21, 2010

NN Compilation (tape, 198?)


This tape doesn't have a title, but is a benefit for a magazine called NN. It has music by Dull Schiksal, Njett Rock, The Ex, Catweazle, Moenga Tapoe, Deadly Serious, Kikkerspuug, Ministerie van Onzin and Bintje & Co. Mostly punk and post punk. donated by Pascal 'titi' Tabarnac

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Monday, September 20, 2010

Port Said - Eve Of Departure (tape, 1983)

And the other tape of Port Said I ripped…

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DDAA - La Famille Des Saltimbanques (tape, ADN Tapes 06, 1984)

Pretty interesting tape by this band also known as Déficit des années antérieures.
Founded in 1979 by Jean-Luc André, Jean Philippe Fee & Sylvie Martineau Fee. This also ran the Illusion Production label.

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Thursday, September 16, 2010

Bernard C. / Prince Emile De Ly De Magneville - Les Chants Révolutionnaires / Les Jardins D'Espagne (tape, Illusion Production, 1983)


Oops I may have tagged this wrong, crediting all tracks to Bernard C. Its released by label that mainly released music by DDAA.

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Mr. Concept - Concept City (tape, Concept City, 1983)


This guy released three tapes in 80s, of which I only have this one. Its a crazy mixture of synti pop songs and spoken word, a bit like crazy radio. Unindexed.

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Idea Fire Company - Cycle 19 (tape, Polyamory, 1999)


Idea Fire Company is Scott Foust and Karla Borecky with a fleeting passage of other members. They have released some great records and occasionally play live. In all their concerts they always play a piece 'Cycle 19', still do, and this compilation cassette shows the different approaches to that song and has five entirely different versions.

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Wednesday, September 15, 2010

Port Said - Through Veils (tape, 1982)


Port Said was an electronic duo from the 80s which included Stefan Tischler and Keith Walsh (better known as Keeler). After the band split both of them went on to release a number of solo albums, but unfortunately Keith died of AIDS in 1992. Two solo albums by him were released posthumously by Multimood. Stefan Tischler went on to record for Extreme and other labels. Great ambient electronics.

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Tuesday, September 14, 2010

Bona Dish - On C30 (tape, In Phaze, 1984?)


We leave the material from EU Records for 2 weeks and concentrate on various bits we borrowed from friends. Today its the pretty obscure Bona Dish, of which discogs lists only one tape, which can be found here. Today their other cassette, released by In Phaze. Nothing else is known about them.

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Monday, September 13, 2010

Asche Des Regens (tape, Protest Products, 19??)


Punk compilation, unindexed, sadly, with V.A.M., D.A.B., Putrid Absyss, Klassik In Qual, Cadaver Corpse, Lethal Bitch, PH 72, O.S.K., and Satanic Cerebral.

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Sunday, September 12, 2010

Composed Bananas (tape, BBP/BP No. 1, 1985)

Compilation with The Snails, The Stuff, The Sinyx, The Apostles, Omega Tribe, Flowers In The Dustbin, APF Brigade, Cold War, Zoundz, Conflict, The Weird Us.

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Saturday, September 11, 2010

40 Sekunden Ohne Gewicht (tape, 1991)




Improvised live Idrums, guitar, percussion, electronics, sampling and tapes. Quite raw. From germany.

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Friday, September 10, 2010

Bendle - Optimism Squirrel Absurd (tape, 19??)


Apparently some sort of pre-release. Discogs says that Bendle was also part of 49 Americans and The Door And The Window

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Thursday, September 9, 2010

A.O.K. - Reign In Brot (tape, 1991)



From Discogs: "Jochen Graf, Peter Bernd, Axel Bernhard, Gerald Fend, Roland Jacob, Stefan Zimmerling. German Fun-Punk and Metal band from Frankfurt am Main, formed in 1987." This particular live recording is not mentioned. Its 'Live Am 30.12.90 In Radebeul ' plus three new songs. Cut as one track here, sorry.

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Wednesday, September 8, 2010

Au Pairs - Live 1983 (tape, 1983)

Another live recording from Au Pairs, according to the tape cover their last concert. I have no idea where this was recorded. From wikipedia: "The Au Pairs were a post-punk band who formed in Birmingham in 1979. Music historian Gillian G. Gaar noted in her history of women in rock that the band mingled male and female musicians in a revolutionary collaborative way as part of its outspoken explorations of sexual politics. Their first album Playing with a Different Sex is considered a post-punk classic with strong, sarcastic songs like "It's Obvious" and "We're So Cool" taking a dry look at gender relations. Other songs, such as "Armagh" with its refrain,"we don't torture" took a pro-republican look at the then ongoing "Troubles" in Northern Ireland, which caused some controversy at the time. The band's second album, Sense and Sensuality, showed an even greater influence of jazz, soul, funk and disco on the band's sound, but was less well received.[citation needed] The band broke up in 1983 just before they were about to go into the studio to record an album with producer Steve Lillywhite. Woods formed an all woman band called the Darlings in the late '80s, but then left the music industry. She now works as a lawyer in London. Guitarist Paul Foad remains an active musician, playing with Andy Hamilton and the Blue Notes, a Jamaican jazz band, and teaching guitar in and around Birmingham. He has also published a guitar technique book, co-written with Stuart Ritchie, titled The Caged Guitarist (2000). Bass player Jane Munro works as an alternative therapist (aromatherapy, reflexology and Indian head massage) in Birmingham. Pete Hammond also remains an active musician and teaches percussion in Birmingham. The band performed in 1980 for the concert film, Urgh! A Music War. "

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one Dave Lombok mailed me this:

I've done a bit of research to try and identify the venue as you seemed unsure. 
 
It's certainly in a German-speaking country as Leslie speaks German; before mid-June 1983 as NME wrote on 06/08/83 that Leslie had taken off "nearly two months ago". Having checked out all the gig info I could find on the Au Pairs, the probable dates and venue were Thursday 03 February 1983 – Saturday 05 February 1983, Frauenklang Festival 1983, The Arena, Vienna, Austria, A Women in Rock Festival featuring The Raincoats, Au Pairs, Malaria, Vera Kaa, Lilliput, Carambolage, Claudia Robot, The Bleeding Hurts.
 
By the way, the Au Pairs' "This Country" from the last gig would be reprised by Leslie and Dojoji as "Kiets Lorren"  on the Dojoji mini-LP.

Tuesday, September 7, 2010

Daniel Brun - L'Orphee (tape, 19??)


Crazy casio pop with classical (baroque?) influences!

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Sunday, September 5, 2010

Fco Felipe - Anyoranca (tape, Grand Mal Edicions, 1986)



The biggest post (yesterday) can only be followed by the shortest: a 1 minute cassette, which you should play in auto reverse mode. This was a series of c1 cassettes by Spanish Grand Mal Edicions label. I don't know who Fco Felipe is...

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Saturday, September 4, 2010

Audio Art Volume 6 Numbers 2 & 3 (Audio Arts, 5 tapes, 1985)

A massive post this one: five tapes and a booklet. Two tapes are the regular issues of Audio Arts (see also here), with artists talking about their work and some music. On the regular edition (Volume 6 Number 2) you'll find Richard Strange, Rose Garrard, Suan Hiller, Glenn Branca, Liliane Lijn, Maggi Hambling, AR Penck, Sharon Morris, Art School Bands, Sound on Sound, Richard Strange, Sonia Knox and on Volume 6 Number 3 Wndy Chambers, Steve Rogers, Mary Tierney, Edward Koch, Kazoophony, Christopher Price, Charlie Morrow, John Cage, Joan La Barbarbara, Annea Lockwood, Roselee Goldberg, Bob George. Three supplement cassettes came with this 10th anniversary edition: an interview with Joseph Beuys, Francesco Clemente talking and 'recordings from London's alternative club scene by Stephen Willats. More, older (and smaller) issues later.
You don't have to leave comments if its only to say: why on depositfiles or why not split in 1,2,3 etc files. It is what it is.

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Friday, September 3, 2010

Agem - Sekunda (tape, Trummertapes 048, 19??)


Interesting noise tape, which reminds me of a very rough and very early Pan Sonic. Music made by synthesizers, computers, tapeloops, metal percussion, rhythm box, casio, engines and voice.

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Thursday, September 2, 2010

Wednesday, September 1, 2010

Deadline Paranoia - Parakromantie (tape, 1987)




Released on 30th april 1987 when this band existed five years. More of the same fine music.

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