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    Fedemone
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    00 4/19/2020 6:34 PM
    GG 309CD
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    RENTAL, ROBERT Different Voices For You. Different Colours For Me. CD
    "Robert Rental was a British pioneer of the post-punk DIY industrial electronic music scene in the United Kingdom. Originally from Port Glasgow, Scotland, he moved to the south of England with Thomas Leer in the late 1970s, and became involved with the local music scene. Robert Rental however released very little of his solo music, preferring to collaborate with Thomas Leer, as well as with Daniel Miller. The only solo recording from the 1970s is the 7" single 'Paralysis' first released on the homemade Regular Records, then re-released on Company Records in 1978. On an unassuming cassette, just labelled 'Robert Rental' in green Dymo tape, these demos have lain unheard for years amongst his family's treasured possessions, cared-for artefacts of a life cut short far too soon. These demos, which Robert recorded in his council flat at Macey House, Battersea in 1980, provide an enticing glimpse into his all-too-infrequent solo work. On most occasions, Robert worked with Thomas Leer, Daniel Miller or other collaborators. These are rough recordings, tape hiss still in evidence, but his creativity shines through the murk, like uncut diamonds. We know 2 of these tracks from their later re-recording for the Mute Records single 'Double Heart' late in 1980. Robert spoke to friends of his frustration at being unable to replicate his sound in a commercial studio -- it was these demos' sound that he wanted to recreate. Sometimes having only access to the most rudimentary of equipment can hone the creative talent into something sharper and more focused -- necessity is the mother of invention, indeed."
    GG 317CD
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    BOURBONESE QUALK Hope CD
    "Bourbonese Qualk were an experimental music group from England who were active from 1979 until 2003. The group were always obsessively and uncompromisingly focused on controlling their work -- they ran their own record label, recording studio, tour organisation and music venue (the legendary 'Ambulance Station') -- they refused to integrate into the commercial music racket turning down publishing deals from major labels -- stubbornly opting for total independence. Bourbonese Qualk were also known for their political activism which was formed in the crucible of the 1980s Britain: The Miner's Strike, Falklands/Malvinas war, Anti-fascism, Thatcherism, Moneterism, squatting/housing, local government corruption, anti-capitalism, and Anarchism -- which was further re-enforced by touring Europe and meeting like-minded groups and organisations. They saw their music as a revolutionary cultural force -- a belief that radical musical forms must be part of positive social change. Despite this position, the group avoided dogma, cliché and propaganda, preferring to let their audience come to their own conclusions -- their work was often ambiguous and directly critical of cynical power-politics of any colour -- often irritating members of the traditional 'organised left'. They never recorded in a 'proper' studio, choosing instead to work with their own extremely basic equipment (at a time when home studios were very unusual -- the unique raw sound of these recordings is the result of their choice -- which now, ironically, is in vogue due perhaps to the overwhelming obliquity of 'clean' audio digital production tools. If Bourbonese Qualk have a legacy, it is that 'culture' should be reclaimed, re-defined and owned by the people, wherever they are, however small and not by the state or the market and that 'culture' is a vital vehicle for debate and radical change. Hope was the group's second long player, released on their own Recloose Organisation label in 1984."

    Stat rosa pristina nomine, Nomina nuda tenemus -------,--'-{@

    Abbassa i vicini che disturbano il volume!
    La vita è troppo corta per musica noiosa
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    Fedemone
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    00 5/28/2020 5:24 PM
    SIGLO XX Siglo XX LP
    2020 repress of an in-demand Onderstroom title from 2010. "I hear noises, imaginary sounds." Reissue of Siglo XX's first tape. Recorded in April 1981 and distributed among friends and at gigs, this tape was the first product of their collaboration. And what a tape this is! Heavily influenced by the likes of Joy Division and the whole Factory scene, Belgian's finest produced a total of nine incredible dark but catchy cold wave tunes. Add to this two bonus tracks from their first demo cassette and you have an essential document of the first Siglo XX years. Remastered by Kris Delacourt. Second pressing of 500. Reverse cardboard sleeve.


    Stat rosa pristina nomine, Nomina nuda tenemus -------,--'-{@

    Abbassa i vicini che disturbano il volume!
    La vita è troppo corta per musica noiosa
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    Fedemone
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    00 7/1/2020 10:09 PM
    Zero Kama - Zero Kama - 3LP Deluxe Collector's Box
    Zero Kama - Zero Kama - 8-sided Digipak 3CD
    Zero Kama - Zero Kama - 2 x Tape
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    release date: March 23.

    Infinite fog Productions presents an anthology release of Zero Kama. The first time ever, everything recorded by the project released as one set on limited CD, VINYL and CASSETTE. Recordings transferred from original tapes, carefully mastered by Martin Bowes. Designed by Cold Graves.

    if you accidentally never hear about ZK yet, which doubtful, here is a wonderful longread.

    ZERO KAMA - Zero Kama 3xCD Box €29,90 (INFINITE FOG)

    Zero Kama was an experimental music project founded by Zoe DeWitt in 1983.
    The first release of Zero Kama was the title V.V.V.V.V., recorded for the Nekrophile Rekords cassette compilation The Beast 666.
    In 1984 followed the cassette release of the album The Secret Eye of L.A.Y.L.A.H., which is commonly regarded as one of the key albums of the industrial-subgenre 'ritual'.
    The fact that all instruments used for this recording were exclusively made from human bones and skulls, its elusive musical style, the implied occult symbolism as well as the short-time existence of Zero Kama, whose backgrounds remained unknown for a long time, have been contributing to the cult status of this project until now.
    Following an invitation of the NL-Centrum Amsterdam, Zero Kama played two live concerts in the Netherlands in 1985, and - after two more releases on the Nekrophile compilation The Archangels of Sex Rule the Destruction of the Regime - completely withdrew from the public.
    While The Secret Eye of L.A.Y.L.A.H. was recorded solely by Zoe DeWitt, the later live performances were realized with befriended musicians such as Didi Neidhart and Muki Pakesch, whom Zoe DeWitt knew from the Austrian music underground of the 1980s.
    Since that time there have been a couple of re-releases of Zero Kama recordings, amongst others the 1988 Vinyl version by the French label Permis de Construire, followed by the CD release in 1991.
    In 2001 the French label Athanor published The Goatherd and the Beast, a 10" vinyl containing tracks from various compilations that were recorded besides The Secret Eye of L.A.Y.L.A.H..
    This collection was also included as a bonus CD in the Live in Armhem double CD release by Athanor in 2008.
    In 2014 Athanor finally published a remastered version of The Secret Eye of L.A.Y.L.A.H. as both vinyl and CD.

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    Pensate che sia un po' tardi segnaralo? Chissene, so di essere in ritardo, ma avevo parecchie seghe arretrate
    [Edited by Fedemone 7/1/2020 10:18 PM]

    Stat rosa pristina nomine, Nomina nuda tenemus -------,--'-{@

    Abbassa i vicini che disturbano il volume!
    La vita è troppo corta per musica noiosa
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    00 7/1/2020 10:38 PM
    BB 341CD
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    LAPRE Banzai: Elektronische Musik aus Berlin 1985/87 CD
    "Rudolf Langer (formerly of Tyndall) and Peter Preuß teamed up to create Lapre as a vehicle for their adventures in sonic experimentation. They set about capturing their nocturnal rehearsal room sessions on tape, Langer on synthesizer and Preuß on guitar. With the exception of a solitary single and a few extremely limited cassette runs, Lapre released no further material during their active phase. It was not until 2018 that their works became accessible to a wider audience, when Bureau B released the Auferstehung retrospective (BB 302CD/LP), drawing on tracks from 1983 to 1984. Banzai, the second collection of Lapre recordings, follows up by concentrating on their creative output from the years 1985 to 1987. The eponymous centerpiece of the album, 'Banzai I', first appeared on a 1987 sampler issued by Pirol -- its inclusion on Berliner Elektroniknacht caused quite a stir amongst connoisseurs, with the disc changing hands as a sough-after rarity. Here, the track is accompanied by five previously undiscovered gems from the Lapre archives. Banzai documents the duo's impressive latter phase, moving on from their earlier cosmic collages into an altogether more playful state of mind. Light streams through synthesizer compositions suspended in reverie, driven forwards by rugged drum machine beats as Peter Preuß weaves shimmering guitars into the mix. The needle on the dial sweeps from abstract rapture to exuberant pop in an instant. A well-kept secret at the time of its inception, this music was barely audible beyond the borders of Berlin's underground scene. It thus gives us great pleasure to give these tracks the attention they ultimately deserve, more than 30 years later." --Daniel Jahn, January 2020

    Stat rosa pristina nomine, Nomina nuda tenemus -------,--'-{@

    Abbassa i vicini che disturbano il volume!
    La vita è troppo corta per musica noiosa

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