Thursday, April 30, 2009
De Fabriek (tape, De Fabriek Records & Tapes, 19??)
From all the tapes I have by De Fabriek, this is probably the most obscure one: Just a wallpaper cover, stamped with De Fabriek logo on the back (indicating I have number 2 of 50) and nothing else, but it was impossible to make. I called this Wallpaper Cover in the tags, but no doubt that's wrong.
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Wednesday, April 29, 2009
Radiointerferenzensampler (tape, Prion Tapes pr 8, 1987)
The last compilation for now deals with music made with radio sounds and has tracks by Prion Tapes, Queen/C-Ornflake, The Grey Wolves, Kopfschmerztablette, No Unauthorized, Une Le Wuerg Production, Kapotte Muziek, Die Rache, Vandal X, Empac and PCR.
Not for sale
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Tuesday, April 28, 2009
Placebo 1 (tape, Art Brut 012, 1990)
Back home after a fine relaxing weekend, and still onto the compilations here. This one is from Austria, and has Prozess, Unanimous Anonymous, Maria Zerfall, Kapotte Muziek, Juryen, Tosjiyuki Hiraoka, Sorath, S.Core, PCR, Solanacaea Tau, Merz and Pacific 231.
Not for sale
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Friday, April 24, 2009
Lives (tape, IRDS 02, 1993)
A very curious compilation of audience responses, with Giancarlo Toniutti, The Gerogerigegege, Kapotte Muziek, Sudden Infant, I.D.S. An odd one.
Not for sale
Posted by 433 RPM at 4/24/2009 2 comments:
Many Dogs Are Dumb (tape, Tiny Dog, 1991)
As I will be gone with the wife for four days, I am giving you four posts at once and will return on tuesday. All four are compilations, and someone asked why so many included Kapotte Muziek: I borrowed them from their archives, like I borrowed other stuff from other people. That's why none of them is for sale. Ok, this one is from Sweden and has Cruel When Complete, Lester Palocsay, Plopp, Papaum + TV, DVA Met Dva Nichts, Enema & Gejonte, Synthetic Pirate, BDN, 4632402, D.S.I.P., DMDN/Post Destruction Music, Markus Schwill, Frak, Big City Orchestra, Hippies Back To India, Furry Couch. Limited edition of 70 copies
Not for sale.
Posted by 433 RPM at 4/24/2009 3 comments:
Lettre Sur Le Progres Des Sciences (tape, V8, 1986)
Noise compilation with Tactical Aid Group, Con-Dom, Nails Ov Christ, Kapotte Muziek, Victor/im, H64. The label V was run by Ingo Techmeier, the man behind Victor/im
Not for sale
Empty Shadows (tape, Sound Of Pig sop 90, 1987)
with: Master Slave Relationship, Bruno Cossano, 1348, Shut-up, Mario Marzidovsek, Kapotte Muziek, Jarboe, Urbain Autopsy, Joseph Nechvatal, Tone Poets, Cheryl Sobas/Larry Olsen
Not for sale
Thursday, April 23, 2009
Third Generation Serious Music (tape, MML #23, 1986)
A compilation with Thomas Bosselman, Pacific 231, Prima Linea, Hiof Arwa, Action Room, L'Akstremauncio, A. Shiled & Christine, Paul Kelday, Vox Populi, Hags, Gurk, Comando Bruno, L. Pasteur, SBOTHI, Bogart-Runge, Vox Nihil, Kapotte Muziek and Marzidovsek. The latter is also the organiser of the tape and MML was his label. This is the only one I have.
Not for sale
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Wednesday, April 22, 2009
The Living Death Vol. 1 (tape, Sicktone r.e.c.o.r.d.s., 1988)
Ok, the first of a bunch of compilation tapes in the next few days. Here we have an Italian label, run by one Vicentini Roberto and with pieces by Dead Tech, Illusion Of Safety, Jerome Noetinger, No Unauthorized, Shub Niggurath, Alquima Detras, Bercomize, Hello Dollie, Stefano Biasin, Radical Change & L.S.D. and Kapotte Muziek. Not for sale download
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Tuesday, April 21, 2009
blackhumour - Peace In Our Time (tape, 1988)
This is a self-released tape by blachumour, and recorded for a radio show in 1985. Later it was part of a release called Radical Positive on banned Productions. There is also a CD with the same title on We Never Sleep, but I'm not sure how they are related. Maybe they are the same? More blackhumour to come.
Posted by 433 RPM at 4/21/2009 4 comments:
Monday, April 20, 2009
Birds (tape, Audio Edition Ammerland AEA 6, 1987)
Along similar lines as yesterday's post here is 'Birds'. Its one of various compilations released by Audio Art Ammerland, the label from Klaus Groh. He had various thematic compilations and this is one. I don't have any others. Pieces flow into each other which makes it impossible to seperate these sides. You'll find among others, Luca Mitta, Nicola Frangione, Klaus Groh, Jupitter Larsen, Claus van Bebber, Frans de Waard, Mystery Hearsay and pretty much the others I never heard of or from. I moderated a comment, can't remember where, where someone asked me to upload the info on discogs. Well, no I can't. I have so much other things to do in life, and 433 is just a hobby, not a life project. The cover scans are usually complete, so if anyone likes typing, go ahead. Not for sale
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Sunday, April 19, 2009
To Post A Tape Volume 2 (tape, Minimart/Fraction Studio, 1986)
The label from the French band No Unauthorized produced these tapes which weren't for sale, but only available to those contributed, and it had sixty tracks of one minute. So they were released in an edition of 61 copies. I tried to seperate the tracks, but I failed. Some names on this: The Haters, Bene Gesserit, Onnyk, Mark Lane, Le Syndicat, Architects Office, Kapotte Muziek, Widemouth Tapes, Urbain Autopsy, Mario Marzidovsek and many more.
Not for sale
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Saturday, April 18, 2009
Maeror Tri - Archaic States (tape, G.R.O.S.S. 023, 1993)
The final tape I have by Maeror Tri, and I am not sure if it was ever re-issued on CD, but this is taken from the original cassette release. "The ultimate in Drone Ambient. Maeror Tri were a German trio that used only electric guitars and tons of processing devices to create their floating and static droning soundscapes. The group is now disbanded. Knappe and Gitschel formed Troum, Siehl is currently working as Tausendschoen."
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Friday, April 17, 2009
Yeast Culture (tape, Petri Supply, 198?)
Recently I saw some posts on Dualtrack with music by Yeast Culture, of whom I also posted some music. Back then somebody contacted me and he said he had the cassette release too. I have a copy of that, but not with the artwork as mentioned on discogs. So I asked this someone to scan the artwork for me so I could post the thing, but it never happened. But so then today just the tape and no artwork although I don't plan to make this into a habit.
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Thursday, April 16, 2009
Simon Wickham-Smith & Richard Youngs - Enedkeg (LP, Majora, 1996)
More music by these two boys I posted before. They play here casio, voice, electric appalachian dulcimer, electric violin, didjeridrainpipe, tape - echoed reverb box. 'A normal sunday - nothing to do', it says on the cover, and perhaps that sums up how they work, but its never 'lazy' made. Excellent cross-over of raw drone music and ambient.
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Tuesday, April 14, 2009
De Fabriek - An Titils En Muziek (tape, De Fabriek Records & Tapes 11, 198?)
And from our beloved De Fabriek an earlier work, looking at the catalogue number mentioned in De Nederlandse Cassette Catalogus.
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City Of Worms - H.C.A. (tape, Harsh Reality Music HR 109, 1989)
Ok, two posts on one day again, and again because I won't be around tomorrow to post again, and my lorry drives off soon, so I picked two more which were posted before, so with too much info. Here's City Of Worms, the final tape I have by them. I also have 'Metabolic', but it all worn out, unfortunately.
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Monday, April 13, 2009
Odal - Interferron (tape, Bloedvlag Product, 198?)
Another Odal tape. Polish label Impulsy Stetoskopu, who released XX Commitee before when we posted it, just send me this message:
I would like to inform about a new IMPULSY STETOSKOPU release:
013 ODAL "Smashing Up Reality / This Damned Nihilism" 2 x CD-R. Limited edition of 120 copies in a painted cake box with a tomentum.
Never released material from 1987-1989 years.
Design and artwork by Glaukos and Sylwia Kochan. Digital mastering was done by Glaukos at Impulsy Stetoskopu Studio.
“These recordings were made in ‘87 and ‘88 orginally for Vis A Vis the label of Gerogerigegege in Japan, but for some reason it never released on vinyl. 15 years later I received the orginally masters back, but there were rumours that RRRecords had some copies for sale, but that has never confirmed. However I always thought that there’s an curse on this project and it is!
Thanks to Rafal that he gives some of these Odalsounds an place”. /Peter ZINCKEN/
Not the same as this one, but you may be introduced into the world of Odal, if needed at all and then get this double CDR.
Posted by 433 RPM at 4/13/2009 1 comment:
Sunday, April 12, 2009
Omit - Intromit (tape, Deepskin Conceptual Mindmusic, 199?)
As you probably can tell, I'm quite busy with so many things, that posts arrive at odd times, and not always with lots of text. Therefore here's another one of Omit, of whom I posted music before.
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Saturday, April 11, 2009
Methods Of Achieving Satisfaction In A Goll-Oriented Society (tape, Apraxia, 1992)
An Apraxia compilation including Jeph Jerman, Blowhole, The haters, Von Heimling, Small Cruel Party, Misery Guts, Lab Rat, Mike Musgrove, Ru Ru, Hands To, Eric Hausmann, Tom Murray & Patrick Barber and Susie Smallchild.
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Thursday, April 9, 2009
Clinique Lutetia - Aimless Music Vol. 2 (tape, Bloedvlag Products, 1988?)
This duo from the nothern parts of The Netherlands only released this and a volume 1 which was on Korm Plastics. I must see if I have it somewhere. Quite an industrial affair this one, but a great one. One member later was in a band called Christ In Concrete which I never heard and also produced as BC a cassette for Korm Plastics.
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Tuesday, April 7, 2009
Shoot & Crucify (tape, Dachau tapes, 1988)
Since I'll be gone for some days, two now for today and tomorrow. Both are compilations. Shoot & Crucify has pieces by Ethnic Acid, THU20, Death Pact, Satori, Redemption Inc, Basquadeck Shelf, LSD, Radical Change, Well Crucial, Dave Kirby, Kapotte Muziek, Psychopath, Merzdow Shek, Nostalgie Eternelle and State. This label was later called Jumping For Joy Productions.
Not for sale
Posted by 433 RPM at 4/07/2009 1 comment:
In The Shadow Of The Cross (tape, Dachau Tapes, 1988)
The brother of 'Shoot & Crucify' is 'In The Shadow Of The Cross', with Nostalgie Eternelle, Dave Kirby and Information Aggression (which is Nails Ov Christ & Kapotte Muziek). Multiple tracks by each artist. This label was later called Jumping For Joy Productions.
Not for sale
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Monday, April 6, 2009
Emil Beaulieu - Anti Performance (tape, RRRecords, 198?)
The name Ron Lessard was mentioned in the comments on the Due Process tape, but his main solo thing is still Emil Beaulieu, one of the more funny guys in the business of noise music. In the 80s he released a whole bunch of anti-records, art objects dealing with vinyl, and some he could play, which is what he does on this tape. Quite noisy!
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Sunday, April 5, 2009
Mcdoomey 7inches number 2
The final batch of 7inches from the now completed and returned Mcdoomey collection, and the music goes into various directions. There is The Ex with 'Wie Vermoordde Hans K', based on some Bob Dylan song. Mikyl Board's Art is present with a great weird 7". The Janitors from England with a more punk/new wave like song, and Mother which I believe was with a member of Neuroot, but I am sure Mcdoomey will make the necessary corrections through a comment. And oh, there is a surprise 7" in there, which you would never expect on a blog like this, but they were great and unknown once too.
Speaking about The Ex: their singer GW Sok has left the band and is now the force behind a 2CD set by The Rondos, which will be officially released on the 11th at Worm, in Rotterdam (), which is probably the best news since the invention of fire.
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Saturday, April 4, 2009
Mcdoomey 7inches number 1
I did all the LP records I borrowed from McDoomey and this weekend I'll end with a bunch of 7"inches from him. Today the first part with some hardcore punk music. Two 7inches by Italy's Negazione and one by Neuroot, and one by Nog Watt, both Dutch hardcore bands. I am not a particular fan of the genre, and won't post much more in this particular field of music, but its quite nice anyway.
Not for sale
Posted by 433 RPM at 4/04/2009 1 comment:
Friday, April 3, 2009
Illusion Of Safety - Live Sound Of IOS Post Effects (tape, Complacency, 1987)
I am a bit in a hurry to get to my job, but here's a nice IOS tape, especially for that person whom I had to disapoint in yesterday's comments. Illusion Of Safety live late 1986, early 1987.
Posted by 433 RPM at 4/03/2009 2 comments:
Thursday, April 2, 2009
Due Process & Odal - Independence Day Celebration (tape, Nihilistic Recordings, 1988)
Of course I could have waited until July 4th to post this tape, but this blog may not be alive anymore, despite the fact that someone from The Guardian asked me a couple of things for an online article about 'our' kind of blogs. Its a bit unclear from the cover what this actually is, but maybe its Due Process ('due were ron', it says on the cover) doing stuff on independence day at 'the Institute For The Hearing Impahred', using sounds supplied by Odal's Peter Zincken. But have a look and try and figure things out yourself. Quite noise based, but perhaps that goes without saying.
Posted by 433 RPM at 4/02/2009 7 comments:
Wednesday, April 1, 2009
Neil Campbell & Richard Youngs - How The Garden Is (LP, HP 271, 2000)
Its also been a while since I last posted music from my beloved Richard Youngs. This recorded was recorded in two days in 2000, and released in an edition of 300 copies. More experimental, acoustic and experimental playing.
Posted by 433 RPM at 4/01/2009 3 comments:
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