Thursday, January 27, 2011
For those in the San Francisco area, tomorrow night there will be a release party/art show at Needles & Pens for the "Hot Topik" zine by myself and Matt Furie. Works by Matt, myself, and Sto of the Cinders gallery in New York will be hanging on the walls for the weekend, and Sto will also be performing music as Dub Know Dub. Check it out, and take pictures for me!
Monday, January 24, 2011
New cassette courtesy of YDLMIER tapes:
"Voice and modified electronics on this tape from Sam. News reports, live action, cassette collage. The tape you listen to in a detention hall where all the desks are made of wool and your chair is a throbbing pile of boyfriend/ girlfriend heat. the bell rings but you only hear the squealing, dying keyboards of hours lost."
Made in an edition of 40, so get one quick!
Thursday, January 6, 2011
compiled songs for the Foxy Digitalis podcast series:
“Whittier!” by John Thill from President of Happiness cassette (Folktale Records)
“The Mirror Has 2 Faces” by Peter’s House Music from Jump LP (All Hands Electric)
“Runaway” (Del Shannon) by Col & Deya from s/t CD-R (Mass Dist)
“What a Drag” by Shep and Me from split tape with Tracey Trance (Faux-Pas)
“We’ll Rest Here” by Weirding Module from Sewer System CS (Faux-Pas)
“Cold Water Cures” by Blanche Blanche Blanche from forthcoming Songs of Blanche Blanche Blanche cassette (Night People)
“Smells Like Fish” by Stonewall Jackson from unreleased The Heart of the Ocean EP
“Boops in die Lederhosen” by Bromp Treb from unreleased Dubs Absoludicrous one-sided LP (Ormolycka)
“The Space B’hind the Door” by Colin White from unreleased The Space B’hind the Door LP
“percussion” by (D)(B)(H) from unreleased
“Don’t Be Scared” by Happy Jawbone Family Band from On the Wrong Side of the Candy Machine CD-R (Faux-Pas)
“Monet in the 90’s” by Chris Weisman from Monet in the 90’s
“Six Foot Squid” by Fat Worm of Error from Nzznzzzznnznznnnn CD-R (Yeay! Tapes)
“2” by Tracey Trance Quartet from split tape with Shep and Me (Faux-Pas)
“Easy Exploitation” by A. Restrepo from 9th Street Songs (Faux-Pas)