AVAILABLE:

AST062: TAKAHIRO MUKAI - "GRANULAR JELLY" C40
AST063: COARSES - "0X001" C38
AST067: CONSULATE - “DISPATCHES” C38
AST071: CIRCULAR RUINS – “THE THORNED MAZE” C32
AST073: SUBURBAN CRACKED COLLECTIVE – “THESE AWKWARD FRACTIONS...” C42
AST074: JEROME – “THE SHIP HAS SAILED...” C40

OUT EVENTUALLY:

DEAD TECH - "UNTITLED" REISSUE CS
WDK CS
KOSEL CS
CHINO CS
BEAD CS
MAGNETIZER CS
KENDALL CAHAN CS
MOBILI OPERATIVE SPECIALI AUTONOME CS
CUBE - "FADE TO BEIGE / (803) 206-0028" REISSUE 2 X CS


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Thursday, February 11, 2010

RSI / RV SPLIT REVIEW

From the excellent Tape Piss blog:


"This split tape is titled African Goods, a side each of horrid ceremonial gurgling, spitting and scraping from two Australian necrophiliacs (this may not be true). The Royal Vomit side opens with a heavily treated Morricone line (Good, Bad, Ugly) that conveys desolation and destitution (lots of reverb, warping of the notes). It would make a great sample for a sci-fi Western (something a little more elaborate than Back To The Future 3). The remainder of his side introduces harsher feedback tones and looping to less effect. Reunion Sacred Ibis is the elaborate appellation of Mr. Cooper Bowman, who confided his approach: take one Nintendo DS, download one program, and manipulate the range of sounds that said program allows. My Nintendo DS is strictly used for Brain Training and Chess Tactics; the fact it could be used for such nefarious purpose has no doubt lead to social upheaval in less tolerant societies. His side focuses more on the fluctuating spasms of digital squealing, offering the discomforting alarm that a skipping DVD at crucial moment of movie can offer: image jumping forward and backward in time and speakers elicit nanosecond blasts of audio. He named a song / composition / ditty after a PKD novel (Time Out Of Joint), so maybe picture the paranoia of that book's protagonist, and here is the soundtrack."

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