The Eugene Cheese offering features a plethora of silliness and novelty apparently recorded over a year period by a man with an acoustic guitar. Coming over like a low-rent Patrick Fitzgerald, tracks like Ice Rock and Supermarket Man are full of humour, delivered with totally inadequate guitar skills and teeth-grating vocals.
Bloody marvellous. Tapes were produced in relatively small runs of 50 to units. But the main contribution that they gave to DIY music was the performance aspect that was so lacking in their contemporaries. Any sorry loner with a tape deck could make an industrial tape, and thousands did, but where was the performance? The Dressmakers gave us showbiz and art. Purveyor of minimal electronica, P A Wells released a flood of tapes in the early 80s, which he distributed free of charge in return for a blank tape and a SAE, or a copy of your own DIY tape music.
This is pre-synthesiser music generated from a variety of electronic devices and machines recorded to tape, and the concept of song is relatively alien throughout. Stupid Rabbit, my own label, was an early indie entrant, founded in , and was still issuing tapes into the 90s. However, Stupid Rabbit now had the luxury of a four-track PortaStudio courtesy of producer and soundman Jon Monks and churned out a tape every few weeks during and Most featured the frantic electropop of a revitalised Controls with singer Tracy Darlington fronting the band.
With the PortaStudio we could multilayer vocal tracks, separate drums and bass and begin to construct songs rather than crossing our fingers and hoping for a good live take. It allowed our bastardised pop roots to show through!
The sad thing is, no record of the band or this tape seems to exist in the digital age. Comedic vagabonds from Newcastle-upon-Tyne who are still going today. Latterly the band dropped their no-rehearsal anti-pop stance and metamorphosed into a proper pop band, sounding not unlike Aztec Camera at their most wistful and melodic, self-releasing material on CD in the 00s.
Founded by Pat Bermingham, In Phaze was a massively influential Essex label that released over 30 tapes between and focused on industrial and electronica and minimalist DIY. While Portion Control became best known for electropunk material later in the 80s, they had produced a number of minimal synth cassettes earlier for In Phaze.
However, what the tape did not include was a single representative from the independent cassette scene… a missed opportunity or simply pragmatism from a magazine firmly tied to the apron strings of the music industry? Two further compilations followed, as well as a number of individual and collaborative tapes, often in extremely limited editions.
The label is still going strong with reissues and new tracks available at www. Linking the tracks were a number of cut-up collaged sections featuring John Cage and the Scratch Orchestra amongst others.
By there was a regular flow of Jiffy bags through the door of my Westbourne Terrace basement flat door. The music reflects the more experimental end of the cassette culture scene. Anti-group Keine Namen recorded and released this eight track offering in None of the three-piece line-up of two guitars and drums could play in the traditional sense, yet felt compelled to leave their musical mark. Three-chord thrash reanimated as zero-note dirges, or rather a case of playing the right wrong notes.
True Year Zero music. If music reimagined as fingerpainting by a five year old is tempting, point your browser at dieordiy2. Madness from north of the border, Crunchy Frog Tapes specialised in experimental lo-fi utilising everything from dustbin lid drums, kazoos and whistles to badly strummed guitars, industrial noise and handclaps.
Though a number of different bands are credited — Wee Jeanie, Skats, F Glass Toad — the likelihood is that this is all the work of one outfit, or even one person, possibly Iain McLean — head honcho at Crunchy Frog. Another label that has disappeared into the mists of time. However, he also released a wealth of singles and cassettes on other labels as he sought to shake off the mantle of punk. The ATV of were no longer interested in playing Action Time Vision, Life or You Bastard unless they were deconstructing them and grew increasingly freeform, a direction that the Good Missionaries would follow with some glee.
The silence from the crowd after each track at the Greenwich show is palpable and powerful. The kids wanted the hits — they got a band swapping instruments, structureless songs and no singalong choruses.
The inevitable mini-riot concludes proceedings. From the Peak District, Nigel Ayers www. Early material was released on cassette including a very collectable live tape of SPK Sozialistisches PatientenKollektiv recorded by Ayers on a Walkman at a north London youth club where his band supported them.
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