do cassettes lose the right track when they get old? I’ve tried some old cassettes on multiple (old) tapedecks and see this problem.
Now digitizing: The Sunflower Conspiracy “Songs for the Unit Circle” demo cassette from 1996-1997 #originalhipster
Now digitizing, Pittsburgh’s The Garden, self-titled cassette from 1989. #originalhipster
Second cassette I’m digitizing: Grae·Com “Media Sickness” from 1990 #originalhipster
digitizing some old cassettes. re-finding old classics: first up, Spahn Ranch “No Scraps For Fat Dogs” from 1989 #originalhipster
The @littleBits synth kit took a few minutes to get reliable connections between the bits, but now we are having awesome fun.
The majority of this album was recorded almost 10 years ago. I put it on the shelf for a while because it was a bit of a departure for me and I wanted to give it some time. That turned out to be a much longer time than I expected. Listening to it again this year, I found that much of the work hadn’t held up, but three of the pieces still had a strong edge that remained. Those are tracks that make up this EP.