Wednesday, April 24, 2019
Brume is of course the legendary long running industrial music/musique concrete project by Christian Renou. I never posted many of his tapes, simply because I never had many. Early 2000s he worked for a while under his name, but later on returned to Brume. Never change a winning name!
Sunday, April 21, 2019
Thursday, April 18, 2019
I know I said this blog is only about official released stuff (and that Didi de Paris/Jan Pap might seem not like one). Here's surely a real demo. This band, of whom I know nothing, had a tape on the Dutch Cliche label and a track on a Contactdisc 2 compilation which I recently re-upped. That reasons enough to post this short demo buy them.
Monday, April 15, 2019
Rock music from the former East Germany. Discogs: "Original members of the band were Bärbel Willner, Jörg Thomasius, Dieter Zobel, Gui Gust and Carsten Spindler. By 1990 Thomasius and Willner had left the band and Jörg Dittmar (aka Lord Litter) came to join DFO up until '92 when the band finally broke up. Their music style was a mixture of electronic - experimental - krautrock à la Can, Cluster and Tangerine Dream. They also had numerous sessions, projects and collaborations with artists from West Germany like Harald Grosskopf, Lutz Ulbrich of Ashra and former Tangerine Dream and Kluster member Conrad Schnitzler."
Friday, April 12, 2019
This is not on Discogs. Didi de Paris is Belgium poet and writer. I have not read anything from him. This tape he recorded with a musician of whom I also never heard, Jan Pap. This tape is not on discogs
Tuesday, April 9, 2019
Sunday, April 7, 2019
Home-Made Music For Home-Made People Vol. 7: "Sexy But Chic" / Ode To Samantha Fox (Soft Blend) (cassette, Insane Music, 1990)
Following the previous post, I thought, why not the other part? This one is not indexed, it gave me a headache