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kodi 9
telepherique vs. s∑core
"result of a mail-art 1992"
25 july 2007

full color pro-printed A5-sized carboard cover in a plastic sleeve & full printed cd-r

artwork : cyril herry

 

back in 1992, german telepherique & japanese s∑core were very active in the cassette-scene. telepherique had released quite a lot of cassettes on their own drhafunk-products label and s∑core on its own afflict records as well as many foreign labels (extreme or staalplaat to name a few). they were both fond of collaborations: with kapotte muziek or msbr for telepherique, with merzbow or stefano biasin for s∑core. it was then logical to find them working together. this "result" is excellent: raw & crude sounds, some smoother atmospheres, you can feel both influences in those eight untitled tracks.

on a side note, s∑core has sadly gone missing since 1999/2000. if anybody knows how to get in touch with him, please contact us!

a special edition (limited to 19 copies) is also available: "result of present & past mail-arts 1992-2007" comes in an oversized cardboard envelope and includes "result of a mail-art 1992", the telepherique vs. s∑core "past-art" 3"cd-r (released on ta‚lem), the s∑core 7" telepherique has reworked for the 3" and a remastered version (by andrea marutti) of the 7" on a 3"cd-r. each copy comes german or japanese stamps (11 copies of each) and is unique! see below.

 

tracklisting :
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kodi 9'
telepherique vs. s∑core
"result of present & past mail-arts 1992-2007"
24 august 2007

comes in an oversized cardboard envelope with german or japanese stamps (11 copies of each). limited to 22 copies. each copy is unique.

it includes:
telepherique vs. s∑core "result of a mail-art 1992" (cd-r Kokeshidisk, kodi 9)
telepherique vs. s∑core "past-art" (3"cd-r ta‚lem, alm 41)
s∑core "tarnish" (7" musical tragedies/drahtfunk-products, MT-301/DFP 047)
s∑core "tarnish" (the tracks from the 7" transferred from vinyl & remastered by andrea marutti on a 3"cd-r)