Tapeworld
For fans of Open Reel and cassette tape...... Nakamichi, TDK, TEAC, Akai, Aiwa, Onkyo, Sony, BASF, Thats, Pioneer
Tapeworld
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recordarray:

arrange - their bodies in a fog
First Pressing | Orchid Tapes | OCT037 | Blue | 34/100
recordarray:

arrange - their bodies in a fog
First Pressing | Orchid Tapes | OCT037 | Blue | 34/100
recordarray:

arrange - their bodies in a fog
First Pressing | Orchid Tapes | OCT037 | Blue | 34/100
recordarray:

arrange - their bodies in a fog
First Pressing | Orchid Tapes | OCT037 | Blue | 34/100
recordarray:

arrange - their bodies in a fog
First Pressing | Orchid Tapes | OCT037 | Blue | 34/100
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streettees:

The Mono by IV the Polymath - digdugDIY
<a href=”http://music.digdugdiy.com/album/the-mono-ep” data-mce-href=”http://music.digdugdiy.com/album/the-mono-ep”>The Mono EP by IV the POLYMATH</a>
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streettees:

Love Spells by Weirddough - Paxico Records
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streettees:

Sail To The Moon by Linn Mori - Cascade Records
<a href=”http://cascaderecords.bandcamp.com/album/sail-to-the-moon” data-mce-href=”http://cascaderecords.bandcamp.com/album/sail-to-the-moon”>Sail To The Moon by Linn Mori</a>
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rocketsandrayguns:

Dick Mills, BBC Radiophonic Workshop live performance, 11.4.14.
Photo by Jo Eyre. More here.
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play-catside-first:

The liner notes to my cassette copy of the Atlantic Records Rhythm & Blues 1947-74 are in the tiniest liner notes font I’ve ever seen.
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bbcradio3:

Happy birthday Radiophonic Workshop! One of the world’s first specialist electronic music studios. A place of great creativity and much real technical innovation. The workshop got started in its Maida Vale home on this day in 1958, although its various engineers and artists had been working together for some time. Naturally enough, the Third Programme was critical to the early history of the workshop and the one of the earliest programmes to make use of its exotic, synthetic sounds was a fifty-minute ‘radiophonic poem’ by BBC radio drama producer Frederick Bradnum (that’s him in the bottom photo), broadcast in October of the previous year (earlier still was a Third Programme Beckett commission). In the pictures you’ll see Daphne Oram, Donald McWhinnie, Desmond Briscoe, Richard Bird and Frederick Bradnum. Click the pictures for the original, more detailed, captions.
bbcradio3:

Happy birthday Radiophonic Workshop! One of the world’s first specialist electronic music studios. A place of great creativity and much real technical innovation. The workshop got started in its Maida Vale home on this day in 1958, although its various engineers and artists had been working together for some time. Naturally enough, the Third Programme was critical to the early history of the workshop and the one of the earliest programmes to make use of its exotic, synthetic sounds was a fifty-minute ‘radiophonic poem’ by BBC radio drama producer Frederick Bradnum (that’s him in the bottom photo), broadcast in October of the previous year (earlier still was a Third Programme Beckett commission). In the pictures you’ll see Daphne Oram, Donald McWhinnie, Desmond Briscoe, Richard Bird and Frederick Bradnum. Click the pictures for the original, more detailed, captions.
bbcradio3:

Happy birthday Radiophonic Workshop! One of the world’s first specialist electronic music studios. A place of great creativity and much real technical innovation. The workshop got started in its Maida Vale home on this day in 1958, although its various engineers and artists had been working together for some time. Naturally enough, the Third Programme was critical to the early history of the workshop and the one of the earliest programmes to make use of its exotic, synthetic sounds was a fifty-minute ‘radiophonic poem’ by BBC radio drama producer Frederick Bradnum (that’s him in the bottom photo), broadcast in October of the previous year (earlier still was a Third Programme Beckett commission). In the pictures you’ll see Daphne Oram, Donald McWhinnie, Desmond Briscoe, Richard Bird and Frederick Bradnum. Click the pictures for the original, more detailed, captions.
bbcradio3:

Happy birthday Radiophonic Workshop! One of the world’s first specialist electronic music studios. A place of great creativity and much real technical innovation. The workshop got started in its Maida Vale home on this day in 1958, although its various engineers and artists had been working together for some time. Naturally enough, the Third Programme was critical to the early history of the workshop and the one of the earliest programmes to make use of its exotic, synthetic sounds was a fifty-minute ‘radiophonic poem’ by BBC radio drama producer Frederick Bradnum (that’s him in the bottom photo), broadcast in October of the previous year (earlier still was a Third Programme Beckett commission). In the pictures you’ll see Daphne Oram, Donald McWhinnie, Desmond Briscoe, Richard Bird and Frederick Bradnum. Click the pictures for the original, more detailed, captions.
bbcradio3:

Happy birthday Radiophonic Workshop! One of the world’s first specialist electronic music studios. A place of great creativity and much real technical innovation. The workshop got started in its Maida Vale home on this day in 1958, although its various engineers and artists had been working together for some time. Naturally enough, the Third Programme was critical to the early history of the workshop and the one of the earliest programmes to make use of its exotic, synthetic sounds was a fifty-minute ‘radiophonic poem’ by BBC radio drama producer Frederick Bradnum (that’s him in the bottom photo), broadcast in October of the previous year (earlier still was a Third Programme Beckett commission). In the pictures you’ll see Daphne Oram, Donald McWhinnie, Desmond Briscoe, Richard Bird and Frederick Bradnum. Click the pictures for the original, more detailed, captions.
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friends—friends:

friends—friends:

hey gab7 cassette is available for ordering online 3$ thanks dan, and alain and alex and everyone who helped. ;)https://gab7.bandcamp.com/

yo these are basically sold out, I think there’s 1 or two more left!
friends—friends:

friends—friends:

hey gab7 cassette is available for ordering online 3$ thanks dan, and alain and alex and everyone who helped. ;)https://gab7.bandcamp.com/

yo these are basically sold out, I think there’s 1 or two more left!
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feeend:

The insides