A compilation of lo-fi noisish stuff from circa 1997 on E.F. Tapes, featuring Hornswaggle, Bludy Noz (involving yours truly), Wrong (the Minneapolis noise-rock/free-jazz trio, not the metal one), MJ23, Oskrin S. Cassot-Bout, Ashtray Navigations, Doug Harrison, Children At Play vs. Emil Hagstrom, Into Temptation, Coits, Tetsuya The Lo-Fi Man, e, Malta, Flux, Target Shoppers, Elft Kazbek, Teenage Kicks, and Seth Roback. No FLAC files on this one, I ripped it back before I was bothering to do those and donât want to do it over. Makes for a smaller download, at least.
More of the bedroom goofball outsider casio vibes that characterized the early days of The BassTurd, before the hip-hop influences and overall cool-funny-guy persona he would eventually become known for. Songs with titles like âI Puked On Your Love Seatâ. Overall pretty much along the same lines as the earlier-posted â131 Songsâ. Wesley Willis does backup vocals on âYouâre A Fucking Assholeâ.
Hereâs the third episode, the only one I have a date recorded for. I seem to have done a poor job of keeping track of or announcing whatâs on this one and I think I even mention one that doesnât even show up. Crap.
I was contemplating doing more of these, but I donât know how seriously, given how screwed-up this one turned out. If anyone has tried subscribing the RSS feed I linked last week, please email or comment and let me know if itâs working.
- Charles Mingus ft. Honey Gordon âStrollinââ
- Druids (instrumental song from âCycles of Moebiumâ)
- Monowolf âThe Landâ
- Seeded Plain & Hal Rammel âPlaster Coachâ
- Pony Time âBecause I Careâ
- Giant Claw - ?
- Giant Claw - ?
- MRPF3 âA She-Male Action Gallery From Duffyâ
- J. Geils Band âConcealed Weapons (extended version)â
- Copkiller âConsciousness Cloud
Hereâs episode 2. I donât recall the date which I originally made and released it (early spring of 2016 probably), but disregard the show announcement, obviously.
- Bullshit Market âLet Me Tell You A Few Things About My Dick/Radiation Poisoningâ
- The Black Heart Procession âWastelandâ
- ft (The Shadow Government) âThe Greatest Generation Doesnât Have to Apologize for Anythingâ
- Distant Trains âThree Two One Revisited, pt. 2â
- TâBaby âItâs So Cold in the Dâ
- God Bullies âArtificial Insemination by Aliensâ
- Breakdancing Ronald Reagan âDeep/Darkâ (excerpt)
- Run D.M.C. âPerfectionâ
- JosÃ© Feliciano âDown and Outâ
- Pestilent Endeavors âCancer Everywhereâ
Happy new year!
Remember that time I tried to have a podcast?
Well I may or may not bring it back, but at the very least, the three episodes I did are going up back up here on this site (rather than soundcloud), and the new feed URL is 972-523-0223. So put that in your podcast playing thingie. Maybe Iâll get back into it and make more episodes, maybe I wonât. Donât infer any âresolutionsâ just because of the date.
- Tangerine Dream âRising Runner Missed By Endless Senderâ
- Krallice âIdolsâ
- Neon Lushell âLeave Me Aloneâ
- R. Elliott Mason âWe Ainât Got No RSpecâ
- Distant Trains âCedar Valley Pimpinââ
- Black Flag âRise Aboveâ
- Brian Noring âSun & Burnâ
- âGimme Pizza (Slow)â
- The Cracka Don & Distant Trains âNeverememberâ
- Faust âThe Sad Skinheadâ
- Mascara âOne Way Acrossâ
- Skin Of Earth âThe Gardenâ
Another C-90 compilation, but much less on the heavy side than those Iâve posted recently. This is from 2011 on a label called Greentape and is more in the realm of bedroom lo-fi, casio, folky, acoustic, and the odd experimental track. It has a good bit of that â90s DIY lo-fi indie vibe. Names I recognize from elsewhere include Teaadora, Office Park, and (D)(B)(H). A nice mellow listen. I tried to even out the volume levels a bit but I didnât try very hard.
Scumbag punk, raw, sloppy, out-of-tune, drunk, rowdy, tossed-off, recorded live on a boombox, with lots of cover songs. Bloody toured with GG Allin, thatâs important and referenced a few times. That should all give you a fair idea what most of this tape sounds like, although it starts off with a headfake consisting of karaoke covers of âYour Cheatinâ Heartâ and âWhite Christmasâ. There are a couple more karaoke tracks, and even some spoken word poetry towards the end. The covers are all uncredited, Bloody evidently expects you can identify them without the help.
L.O.C. (Lord Of Cheese) was a one-man casio noisecore band. Skeptical of the idea of noisecore done on nothing but a cheap keyboard? Well the blown-out recording helps to keep it brutal, not to mention hilarious.
More from the great Steveggs, on a split tape with this interesting German group who turn in a pair of quite nice long noise tracks. Pile Of Eggs, of course, does their usual goofball thing. Lots of fun.