Rad. Lofi mid-80s cassette punk compilation from Montreal.
RIP Leonard Cohen.
Here’s a new Bro Montana track. A Juno-106 synth progression was recorded a while back to a Tascam 488, then played back at a much slower speed on a Tascam MF-P01, giving the progression a lethargic, pitched-down vaporwave feel. The Moog Minitaur and Juno-106 had to be manually detuned in order to match the pitch of the tape sample. There’s an 808 cowbell sample that is also detuned accordingly. The previous working titles were “Never” (referencing the Bro Montana track “Always” off Defense) and “Suicide.”
Following his earlier experiments with rats, in 1972 [John] Calhoun would later create his “Mortality-Inhibiting Environment for Mice”: a 101-inch square cage for mice with food and water replenished to support any increase in population, which took his experimental approach to its limits. In his most famous experiment in the series, “Universe 25”, population peaked at 2,200 mice and thereafter exhibited a variety of abnormal, often destructive behaviors. By the 600th day, the population was on its way to extinction.
(From Behavioral Sink)
Madlib production and flows from 1995. Nifty, I like the bitcrushed beat.
Pure AdLib FM synthesis MIDI.
Off the album Splazsh:
One of the most bizarre time signatures I’ve ever heard. Thank you, Mother series.
Gotta love early 80s hardcore production — drums teetering between the lowest of lofi and those boomy, ultra reverby space drums the 80s are notorious for. Record production from the 90s onward just got too clean. NOFX covered this on their 2011 “obscure hardcore covers” EP, but their production was just way too clean. This is sweet trashy thrash. You can’t spell “thrash” without “trash.” Yum, garbage.
Very chill. Kind of reminds me of Sepalcure, minus the sparse, skittering drums.