Sunday, November 4, 2012

n|.o7_2el.}r2m-l\o#g / Ob Stokkem - Split LP (2003)

A big jumble of sound experiments, tape manipulations, noise, found sounds, prank calls, electronics and more from these two mysterious artists. This was released by Nauscopy in 2003 on clear vinyl and it was an extremely limited pressing of only 100 copies.

Music Of The Ouled Naïl & Traditional Music Of Tunisia LP (1974)

Traditional dance music from the Ouled Naïl (a confederation of Berber tribes from the Ouled Naïl mountains in Algeria) and two folk music ensembles from Tunisia, recorded in 1973 by Aisha Ali and released on vinyl in 1974 by Discs Araf from Los Angeles. Vinyl rip, bitrate 320.


Tuesday, October 30, 2012

Jos Steen - Electricity!!! Music For Tape And Turntable LP (2007)

Killer LP of Fluxus-lineage weirdness from Belgian artist/“outsider” Jos Steen. A dense mix of found-instrument studies and tape-splice collages. Released in 2007 on Ultra Eczema.


Monday, October 29, 2012

Tshokwe - Zaïre LP (1975)

Traditional music of the Tshokwe (or Chokwe) people, recorded in the Shaba region of Zaïre/Congo in 1973 by Barbara Schmidt-Wrenger. Title on cover is Tshokwe - Zaïre, on the labels it's Tshokwe-Muziek Zaïre and Musique Tshokwe Zaïre.


Sunday, October 28, 2012

The Scalp Lock Singers - The Canadian Blackfoot Indians LP (1982)

Traditional music of the Blackfoot Indians, produced in 1982 by Ronald Wright. Clicks and surface noise included. Bitrate 320.


Wednesday, July 18, 2012

temporary inactive until further notice, sorry...

Tuesday, March 20, 2012

Veprisuicida - Vaginacentrism (1996)

Oldest Russian noise-project of Alexander Lebedev-Frontov (also Linija Mass. 100% analogue sound. First edition of 50 tapes. Recorded at 14-15.11.1996. CDr re-issue in 2001 on 8-moon art. (from Inside Of Scruffy Spaceship blog/, download link dead).


Friday, December 30, 2011

Reefer Madness - A Collection Of Vintage Drug Songs, 1927-1945

A collection of 18 remastered vintage drug songs from 1927 - 1945. Includes "Wacky Dust", "Sweet Marijuana Brown", "Dope Head Blues", "Reefer Man" and "Onyx Hop".


Wednesday, December 14, 2011

La Voix Des Nôtres Présente Chantez Jeunesse CD

Compilation with old 78RPM recordings, originally released as the third CD in the 1940-1944 3CD box by Les Joyaux de la Princesse in 2006.


Chansons Toxiques 1907-1946 (2CD)

40 amazing songs about booze and drugs recorded in Paris between 1907 and 1946. Featuring Édith Piaf, Bérard, D'Horvan (used on the Blood Axis/Les Joyaux de la Princesse - Absinthe: La Folie Verte album), Germaine Lix, Germaine Béria, Marcelly, Georgel, Yvette Guilbert, Nitta-Jo, Damia , Fernandel and many more. Bitrate 320.

part 1
part 2

Wednesday, November 30, 2011

Various - Geçmişten Günümüze Tangolarımız CD

Compilation with Turkish tango from the 20's and 30's, featuring Seyyan Hanım, Mahmure Hanım, Ibrahim Özgür, Birsen Hanım, Celal İnce, Şecaattin Tanyerli, Seyyide Poroy, Zeki Müren, Zehra Eren, Saime Kenmen Şerbetçi, Yaşar Güvenir, Mefharet Atalay, Hulusi Öktem Korosu, Gökhan Ayelli & Mualla Saylık, Nedim Erağan, Erol Büyükburç and Güven Aydın.


Wednesday, October 19, 2011

Various - Letters From The Front CDR (2006)

Letters From The Front is a special project featuring songs especially composed for this work by Israeli project Silence and Strength and French projects Westwind, Storm Of Capricorn, Neon Rain and featuring original wartime Soviet songs records (1941-1945) and extracts of speeches of Josef Stalin, Viacheslav Molotov and Yuri Levitan. The release features a video of the Victory Parade that took place on Red Square (Moscow) in June 1945. Letters From The Front is dedicated to 61st Anniversary of the victory over Nazi Germany in WWII.


Wednesday, September 28, 2011

Масса Крыма - 1-я Серия CDR (2008)

Massa Kryma - 1-ya Seriya. Russian pop/folk/'old time' band featuring Jenya Borzih on vocals.


Monday, September 12, 2011

Lockweld - Industrial Requiem (2001)

The eighth release on the defunct Dragon Flight Recordings label. American experimental project. Droning, noisy analogue sounds. For fans of Merzbow and Anenzephalia and the like.


Sunday, September 4, 2011

Indiscreet Stereo Test Record CD (1995)

'Indiscreet Stereo Test Record For Home & Laboratory Use'. Nothing other than the human ear is required to use this highly efficient and accurate tool for setting up, adjusting, and evaluating stereo systems. Featuring Millers Higher Life, James Plotkin, Lull, Princess Dragon-Mom, Scanner, Naive, K.K. Null, Final, Morphia, Delphium, Merzbow and Umbilical Limbo.


Saturday, August 20, 2011

Niama Tounkara - Nongon Kele Cassette (Mali)

Something different tthis time: Malinese singer Niama Tounkara's album Nongon Kele. This was released by F.C.A. from Paris. Support them and visit their shop at 53 Rue Doudeauville, Paris, France.


Friday, August 19, 2011

Minny Pops - Live Parkhof, Alkmaar 29-11-1980

The Minny Pops live at the (now destroyed) Parkhof venue in Alkmaar, The Netherlands on Nov. 29, 1980. No tracklist, maybe someone can help...


Thursday, August 18, 2011

815? - Okdekkvin? & Final Refuse (Japan 1995)

Two tapes from 1995 by obscure Japanese hardcorepunk band 815? If anyone has more info about this band, let us know.


Wednesday, August 17, 2011

Bonsho - Japanese Temple Bells 8-17th Century (1984)

The Bonsho is the large temple bell. It is suspended inside the shoro constructed specifically to house the bell. The Japanese character "bon" is used to express purity. Because the Bonsho is used for Buddhist Services it is given this honorific title. The Seattle Betsuin uses the Bonsho in a very unique style. Although the Bonsho is traditionally only rung prior to the service to let the "assembly" know that the service will begin, the Bonsho at the Betsuin is also rung after the beginning of the service and is used as a focal point during our "Bonsho Meditation". Listening to the Bonsho may remind us of the words found in the beginning of the Heike Mono-gatari: "The voice of the bell at the Jetavana grove resounds with (the teaching of) all conditioned things are impermanent..."