Bedroom Cassette Masters 1980​-​89 Volume One

Eclectic selections of lo-fi vintage electronica produced in bedrooms around the globe between 1980- 89.

Each downloadable volume of Bedroom Cassette Masters comes with an extensive PDF guide to the artists, the gear and the era + printable j-card cassette inlay. 

“Sounds like vintage electronica, looks like vintage electronica…” 

A compilation of tracks from all over the web which, while many of them were recorded in the 1980’s using analogue equipment, some of them most definitely were not. Nevertheless all have been produced with that same spirit in mind. Enjoy them at face value. 

The album download includes a comprehensive illustrated PDF guide to the tracks and the artists.

credits

released December 22, 2012 

Curated by Simon Holland AKA Carrillion. All tracks have been *gently* compressed to bring the levels up to an average for improved listening pleasure. Collated from February to December 2012.

Atrium by Sex Park

 

 

 

New and recommended: Atrium by Sex Park

Well, it is my birthday soon so I decided to treat myself and this is one of a few albums and singles I picked up.

I stumbled on this band as a recommended similar sound to another group I’m getting into at the moment.

If you like 80s goth sounds, check this out:

 

 

Tyrell Mind

Estate album cover

 

Last of the electronic experiments for a while, here is a four track Techno EP entitled Tyrell Mind – inspired by the original Blade Runner world.

 

 

 

 

I’ll be focusing on more guitar based music over the summer.

 

 

 

5 Bandcamp Friday Purchases

 

Today, Support Artists Impacted By the Covid-19 Pandemic

 

The Cosmics, Automatic and Homemade Weapons

– an eclectic mix of UK garage punk, LA krautrock bass pop and Seattle drum and bass.

 

To raise even more awareness around the pandemic’s impact on musicians everywhere, we’re waiving our revenue share on sales today (Friday, March 20th, from midnight to midnight Pacific Time), and rallying the Bandcamp community to put much needed money directly into artists’ pockets. – Bandcamp

 

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