A compilation of lo-fi noisish stuff from circa 1997 on E.F. Tapes, featuring Hornswaggle, Bludy Noz (involving yours truly), Wrong (the Minneapolis noise-rock/free-jazz trio, not the metal one), MJ23, Oskrin S. Cassot-Bout, Ashtray Navigations, Doug Harrison, Children At Play vs. Emil Hagstrom, Into Temptation, Coits, Tetsuya The Lo-Fi Man, e, Malta, Flux, Target Shoppers, Elft Kazbek, Teenage Kicks, and Seth Roback. No FLAC files on this one, I ripped it back before I was bothering to do those and don’t want to do it over. Makes for a smaller download, at least.
More of the bedroom goofball outsider casio vibes that characterized the early days of The BassTurd, before the hip-hop influences and overall cool-funny-guy persona he would eventually become known for. Songs with titles like “I Puked On Your Love Seat”. Overall pretty much along the same lines as the earlier-posted “131 Songs”. Wesley Willis does backup vocals on “You’re A Fucking Asshole”.
Here’s the third episode, the only one I have a date recorded for. I seem to have done a poor job of keeping track of or announcing what’s on this one and I think I even mention one that doesn’t even show up. Crap.
I was contemplating doing more of these, but I don’t know how seriously, given how screwed-up this one turned out. If anyone has tried subscribing the RSS feed I linked last week, please email or comment and let me know if it’s working.
- Charles Mingus ft. Honey Gordon “Strollin’”
- Druids (instrumental song from “Cycles of Moebium”)
- Monowolf “The Land”
- Seeded Plain & Hal Rammel “Plaster Coach”
- Pony Time “Because I Care”
- Giant Claw - ?
- Giant Claw - ?
- MRPF3 “A She-Male Action Gallery From Duffy”
- J. Geils Band “Concealed Weapons (extended version)”
- Copkiller “Consciousness Cloud
Here’s episode 2. I don’t recall the date which I originally made and released it (early spring of 2016 probably), but disregard the show announcement, obviously.
- Bullshit Market “Let Me Tell You A Few Things About My Dick/Radiation Poisoning”
- The Black Heart Procession “Wasteland”
- ft (The Shadow Government) “The Greatest Generation Doesn’t Have to Apologize for Anything”
- Distant Trains “Three Two One Revisited, pt. 2”
- T’Baby “It’s So Cold in the D”
- God Bullies “Artificial Insemination by Aliens”
- Breakdancing Ronald Reagan “Deep//Dark” (excerpt)
- Run D.M.C. “Perfection”
- José Feliciano “Down and Out”
- Pestilent Endeavors “Cancer Everywhere”
Happy new year!
Remember that time I tried to have a podcast?
Well I may or may not bring it back, but at the very least, the three episodes I did are going up back up here on this site (rather than soundcloud), and the new feed URL is http://centipedefarm.com/podcast.xml. So put that in your podcast playing thingie. Maybe I’ll get back into it and make more episodes, maybe I won’t. Don’t infer any “resolutions” just because of the date.
- Tangerine Dream “Rising Runner Missed By Endless Sender”
- Krallice “Idols”
- Neon Lushell “Leave Me Alone”
- R. Elliott Mason “We Ain’t Got No RSpec”
- Distant Trains “Cedar Valley Pimpin’”
- Black Flag “Rise Above”
- Brian Noring “Sun & Burn”
- “Gimme Pizza (Slow)”
- The Cracka Don & Distant Trains “Neveremember”
- Faust “The Sad Skinhead”
- Mascara “One Way Across”
- Skin Of Earth “The Garden”
Another C-90 compilation, but much less on the heavy side than those I’ve posted recently. This is from 2011 on a label called Greentape and is more in the realm of bedroom lo-fi, casio, folky, acoustic, and the odd experimental track. It has a good bit of that ’90s DIY lo-fi indie vibe. Names I recognize from elsewhere include Teaadora, Office Park, and (D)(B)(H). A nice mellow listen. I tried to even out the volume levels a bit but I didn’t try very hard.
Scumbag punk, raw, sloppy, out-of-tune, drunk, rowdy, tossed-off, recorded live on a boombox, with lots of cover songs. Bloody toured with GG Allin, that’s important and referenced a few times. That should all give you a fair idea what most of this tape sounds like, although it starts off with a headfake consisting of karaoke covers of “Your Cheatin’ Heart” and “White Christmas”. There are a couple more karaoke tracks, and even some spoken word poetry towards the end. The covers are all uncredited, Bloody evidently expects you can identify them without the help.