Dai Coelacanth – BEETLE-LIKE CREATURES IN A SMALL SPACECRAFT / SHAPE-SHIFTERS WORK IN TELEVISION

Any student at an advanced academy for music and assorted experimental sonic behaviour should be given a cassette walkman with an inbuilt microphone. Not to play all the sweet cassettes that grow from the big rose of audio tapes. It would serve as a recording tool. It would open new perspectives; it would open the … Continue reading Dai Coelacanth – BEETLE-LIKE CREATURES IN A SMALL SPACECRAFT / SHAPE-SHIFTERS WORK IN TELEVISION

The Definitive Jason Honea Interview by Adrian Shephard

Jason Honea was born in Japan, because his father was with the US Marines. He grew up in California. Here's already two ingredients for the interview. Jason, born story-teller, heir to the beat generation as well as to the beaten down generation, continuously picking poetry from the Berlin clouds, tells his insides out in a … Continue reading The Definitive Jason Honea Interview by Adrian Shephard

Rinus van Alebeek – Tapes and (less) Talks from the Mulinen Studio – Elevator for the Death

In the picture, Rinus van Alebeek (me, left with hat and micro-microphone) and Raub Roy in the elevator for the death in the Chapel of the Chimes -Mountain View Cemetery in Oakland. A small part of the recordings you hear in this episode of Tapes and Talks were made there, while I was walking around, … Continue reading Rinus van Alebeek – Tapes and (less) Talks from the Mulinen Studio – Elevator for the Death

Don Campau – No Pigeonholes #8 – Focus on Outsiders

Don's new show is in his own words "part 1 of a special "Outsiders" program of weirdo home tapers, lo fi freaks, damaged and sensitive minds, reclusive personalities, etc." Be prepared for a lot of obscure music, some of which only lives its eternal life as a lost or dusty tape. Playlist Outsider Special Part … Continue reading Don Campau – No Pigeonholes #8 – Focus on Outsiders