7″ single

In that big rush of everything coming together at the end of the year, I just received copies of my split 7″ with Howard Stelzer. Its released by Absurd, and its their final release. That’s a pity. Absurd was also responsible for the first ever CD by Kapotte Muziek. They also released my first collaborative work with Howard Stezler, Torn Tongue Vol. 1. This 7″ is a further extension of it. The official press text reads as follows:
“using as source material sounds of each other and previous versions of ‘torn tongue’ frans de waard & howie stelzer created a two stunning electroacoustics which work as a farewell to absurd (it’s official final release) and the first release of one of noise-below’s new projects ‘πτÒματα κ¿τω απfi το κρεββ¿τι’ (free form translated as ‘corpses underneath the beds) fited in one of absurd’s fave mediums the 7″ housed in a butterfly shaped sleeve!”
They look great! I have some copies for sale.

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About fransdewaard
Probably most known from his ongoing work with Kapotte Muziek (a group that fully concentrates on recycling through musique concrete) and as one half of ambient sound-artists Beequeen. As well as writing the informative and acclaimed weekly newsletter "Vital Weekly", Frans De Waard also founded the Korm Plastics label in 1984, initally only offering cassettes, but since 1992 offering an ever-growing catalogue of CDs and vinyl of contemporary experimental music.

One Response to 7″ single

  1. Marilou says:

    Hello..
    Don you still have copies of this 7″ single???
    I am intensly interested….
    Thank you very much in advance…

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