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Originally posted on Ridge & Scrase:
Ridge and Scrase are very excited to present their second (Very) Mini Zine “Well…Yes. Decay.” This is a small A7-size zine and is limited to 50 hand-numbered copies, printed onto silver or gold paper. This zine features an exclusive collection of small collaborative pieces, utilising found imagery and warped…
Very excited to announce the release of a new Zebra Mu record that is made from green picnic plates!!
Recorded live in my basement on cassette one cold and unpleasant night this features stripped back crumbling lo-fi circuit overload, wheezy tape loops, amplified rusty springs and saws.
The records are wrapped in silver tissue paper and packaged in either a purple or orange card cover; a red rubber-stamped sticker is affixed to the left hand corner of each cover. Every one also includes artwork and information printed onto red card.
Released via my label Quagga Curious Sounds so you can order a copy directly from me (only a few left!):
A new untitled Zebra Mu track features on the Chew Me Chew compilation, released on the ever awesome Hissing Frames. Also featuring: Justin Marc Lloyd, Richard Ramirez, Luose, Kapali Carsi, Stuart Chalmers, Posset, David K. Frampton, Robert Ridley-Shackleton, Yol, Blue Spectrum and Faniel Dord. Bursting with incredible sounds and talent; this ranks as a favourite compilation releases!
Please support Hissing Frames by purchasing a copy here:
Raised by Gypsies review blog have given a great write up of the Zebra Mu / Prairie-Litière Split C40 out now on Autistic Campaign!:
If this review has inspired you to want a copy go get one here:
NONE records based in Louisville, Kentucky, USA have released a one second tape loop containing a recording of a single heartbeat (my own!). It’s packaged with a hand numbered insert in a clear cassette case and is released in an edition of 20 copies.
Please support this fascinating anti-label by purchasing it for $6.00 and check out the other great releases too:
Yeah I know it Sucks blog have given a great promo review of this project as well!:
Hal McGee has issued our wonderful microcassette collaboration we did earlier this year on CDr via his label HalTapes. It’s packaged in a slim case and only $5.00 (he is open to trades as well) – it can still be streamed and download it via Bandcamp as well!
Buy the CDr here:
Listen and download:
New collage / stamp art piece I’m working on at the moment.