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Former Selves - Limits (Cassette)

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8 comments on Former Selves - Limits (Cassette)

  1. This article offers a history of the compact cassette in Poland from to , focusing on its vibrant presence as the medium of choice for unofficial musical culture. I explore tapes’ capacity to reveal a history of everyday musical and technological fluencies: as a sonic archive they offer a window into networked epistemologies of sound.
  2. “City Limits” from Colossus of New York by Colson Whitehead I’m here because I was born here and thus ruined for anywhere else, but I don’t know about you. Maybe you’re from here, too, and sooner or later it will come out that we used to live a block away from each other and didn’t even know it.
  3. By the late s, the cassette tape had begun to challenge the disc in total sales, and by the early s, the ratio of vinyl to cassette was around (). Mix Tape Recording Technology US Patent for Magnetic Record/Reproducing Device, allowing users to record from one cassette to another, (Google Patents) Complete Patent.
  4. ‘Corpsing’ is out on 23rd Feb, on Cassette + digital. A decontruction of the pop sensibilities from ’s ‘Corners’, a reimaginging revealing beauty from decay. Corpsing by Rob Glover (Field Harmonics) pm 20th November
  5. Jul 07,  · The Calgary-based band Women came to an end with the tragic death of guitarist Christopher Reimer; Matt Flegel and Mike Wallace from the band have picked up the pieces with their new project, Viet.
  6. In our first instalment yesterday, we learned that one of the playtesters’ favourite additions to the new edition is the new Crusade system. Today, we’re revealing more about these innovative campaign rules, so prepare to join the crusade! What is a Crusade Campaign? If you like the idea of building an army up from scratch, then developing and adding to it over the course of multiple.
  7. The limits of quarantine have made this change especially palpable, especially exciting. And even when this is over, when we regress to a version of our former selves, many will stay plugged.

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