Rare - Original Roland MC-202 Microcomposer Data Cassette

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Information Society - Information Society (Cassette)

vinyloid:

Information Society - Information Society (Cassette)

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distortiondiary:

"Unearthed Tracks 1992-1995" (CUT-04) is a collection of works recorded to tape more than 20 years ago by DJ Guy in Cardiff, UK. Guy recently released a brilliant 12" record with All Caps, which saw loads of support from old heads and young guns like Ben UFO, Pariah, etc. The fifth Crisis Urbana tape is a special one - techno, house, ambient, jungle, rainfall, acid, bird chirps, and so much more making for nearly 48 minutes of early 90’s Detroit-influenced heat.
The tape is available to stream or purchase here: http://crisisurbana.bandcamp.com/album/unearthed-tracks-1992-1995

“The last interview I did I had a track featured in Future Music magazine back in 1994,” chuckles Guy Evans as we sit down to share a drink on a bitter January afternoon in Bristol. It’s a short time before his first solo release is set to come out on All Caps, marking twenty years since his music last scored any press attention. The affable, long-haired chap of diminutive stature (he called himself UK Little Guy for a short while) sitting opposite me certainly doesn’t have the air of a jaded music industry veteran, but rather someone still brimming with youthful enthusiasm for his craft and the diverse nature of electronic music as a whole.It was the impending release on the Glasgow-based label that first placed him on the radar, as a promo emerged of an artist with scant background information and some archival work from the early ’90s that had never seen the light of day before. The quality of the melodic techno contained within was enough to pique interest and inspire some digging, leading to a Bandcamp page groaning under the weight of unearthed gems ripped off a backlog of tapes, starting back in 1992 when Aphex Twin’s inaugural Analogue Bubblebath single had been out but a year. It’s worth bearing that reference point in mind as there’s a similar spirit of romantic sonic exploration in the work Evans was producing using a relatively primitive set up at that time, all yearning synths and intricate drum machines marching forth into unknown territory.
- Oli Warwick, Juno Plus

distortiondiary:

"Unearthed Tracks 1992-1995" (CUT-04) is a collection of works recorded to tape more than 20 years ago by DJ Guy in Cardiff, UK. Guy recently released a brilliant 12" record with All Caps, which saw loads of support from old heads and young guns like Ben UFO, Pariah, etc. The fifth Crisis Urbana tape is a special one - techno, house, ambient, jungle, rainfall, acid, bird chirps, and so much more making for nearly 48 minutes of early 90’s Detroit-influenced heat.

The tape is available to stream or purchase here: http://crisisurbana.bandcamp.com/album/unearthed-tracks-1992-1995

“The last interview I did I had a track featured in Future Music magazine back in 1994,” chuckles Guy Evans as we sit down to share a drink on a bitter January afternoon in Bristol. It’s a short time before his first solo release is set to come out on All Caps, marking twenty years since his music last scored any press attention. The affable, long-haired chap of diminutive stature (he called himself UK Little Guy for a short while) sitting opposite me certainly doesn’t have the air of a jaded music industry veteran, but rather someone still brimming with youthful enthusiasm for his craft and the diverse nature of electronic music as a whole.

It was the impending release on the Glasgow-based label that first placed him on the radar, as a promo emerged of an artist with scant background information and some archival work from the early ’90s that had never seen the light of day before. The quality of the melodic techno contained within was enough to pique interest and inspire some digging, leading to a Bandcamp page groaning under the weight of unearthed gems ripped off a backlog of tapes, starting back in 1992 when Aphex Twin’s inaugural Analogue Bubblebath single had been out but a year. It’s worth bearing that reference point in mind as there’s a similar spirit of romantic sonic exploration in the work Evans was producing using a relatively primitive set up at that time, all yearning synths and intricate drum machines marching forth into unknown territory.

- Oli Warwick, Juno Plus

Seiko MR1000 Midi Sequencer

Seiko MR1000 Midi Sequencer

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