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Unheard #17: Fedora Corpse Records

December 17, 2013

Unheard #17: Fedora Corpse Records Unheard explores the moist recesses of “unconventional music” and attempts to have fun doing so. Whether it’s pimply basement hounds jockeying weathered blocks of noise or beefy luddites clunking out waxy half-songs on broken Casio keyboards and even-more-broken electric guitars, you’re going... 

New Interfaces #3: Faces of the Modern Cassette Underground

December 5, 2013

New Interfaces #3: Faces of the Modern Cassette Underground So far, we’ve been focusing primarily on electroacoustic music from Western European countries, created during the decades immediately after World War II. It was during this period that early electronic and magnetic tape technology began to reach a broader audience: clusters of talented individuals...