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|The Thing On The Doorstep - FNTC ? Opera (May, 22nd 2013) FNTC was founded in the mid 80′s, members were Cora Emens, Willem De Ridder, Hessel & Nicole Veldman and for this release featuring John Rose. A live recording of FNTC’s famous 3 dimensional hearplay. During this performance the audience was blindfolded and … Continue reading → Read more|
|Systems of Romance - Luxus Bent to Scale- Smiling Daughters 7? (May, 21st 2013) Here’s a 7” recommended highly by a few collectors out there. This one hails from 1982 and features a dirgey, drum heavy minimal synth sound very similar to Pink Industry (with vocals that sound like a pitched down/drugged out Bowie or John Foxx) on the a-side. The B-side is a little more new wave-y by [...] Read more|
|Mutant Sounds - About Eric's absence... (May, 19th 2013) Greetings, this is Matt from Vas Deferens Organization. I just want to let everyone know that Eric's been away from posting due to some unexpected family-related drama, but he'll be back to his posting on Mutant in about a week. Read more|
|Synthetic Wave - Merci La Nuit LP (May, 1st 2013) From Spielzeug Musak: Here we don’t talk about a music genre but about an attitude, a position. From the beginning in the 50′s withe “Nouvelle vague”, the aim is to find new forms beyond avant-garde and pop culture to express contemporary emotions, to show the diseases of the (post) modern world and to challenge norms [...] Read more|
|Phoenix Hairpins - Şeyr - As Above LP / The Fourth Reich 12" (March, 10th 2013) Got a mail a few weeks ago asking me if I had some records of Şeyr. So here are both records I own of them. Both were released in the UK as well on Shout. They are the easiest to find although still pretty hard to find. Şeyr existed from 1980 to 1983 and are one of the better known postpunk bands from Iceland. Their discography includes two albums and four singles & EPs. The 'As Above' LP looks similar to the 'Mjötviğur ... Read more|
|A Viable Commercial - Crashblack Big Orange: Naked Man LP (December, 11th 2012) Sometimes you have to redefine your idea of a ?prime? era of good music in order to find music you love. For the longest time I was extremely wary of records from the late 80s and early 90s. There was so much CRAP issued around that time, as hair metal extended its Aqua Net-doused tentacles and electronic music traded in its experimentalism for digitalized rhythms and its vocals for the sound of a thousand ravers ... Read more|| ||