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New Cassette Released Today!

Baghdad-WallIf you’re into hypnosis, you might like a minimal instrumental piece I just released on cassette and digital download from Unread Records this very day.  It’s a 45 minute long instrumental version of a song from my forthcoming record called We’ll Teach Them How to Privatize.  The cover of the cassette features degraded xeroxed pictures of the Baghdad Wall and the border walls between San Diego and Tijuana.  The inner part of the cassette cover has text from one of the British enclosure acts of 1811.

border fence between Tijuana Mexico and San Diego Tuesday July 4 2006 in San Diego AP Lenny Ignelzi

You can get it from the label itself or via Bandcamp for 5$.  It’s best listened to at high volumes while prone or cooking.  It goes especially well with simmering things under a low heat.

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I’m also pleased to have returned toCounterfeit Blanks the cassette format recently via the Shrimper Records 25th anniversary compilation Counterfeit Blanks, available from Midheaven distribution.  It features exclusive, brand new recordings by Calexico, The Babies, Simon Joyner, Woods, Refrigerator, Franklin Bruno, WCKR SPGT, Liz Gilbert, Dump & Paste.

06 San Diego border fence

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1796 octagon

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nogales AZ questioning

Enclosure

building wall

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This entry was published on November 8, 2015 at 6:47 pm. It’s filed under Anti-Neoliberalism, Cassettes, Music, New Releases, Shrimper Records, Site News and tagged , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Follow any comments here with the RSS feed for this post.

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