DG001 - Transient Ischemic Attack (1993)

by Nasenbluten

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about

Nasenbluten's first ever release was a 60 minute cassette entitled 'Transient Ischemic Attack', which was recorded and released during the first few months of 1993. This early material was heavily influenced by the breakbeat hardcore sound coming out of the UK the previous year alongside the European techno sounds of the time and increasingly, the early sounds of gabber beginning to emerge from The Netherlands. The recordings are extremely naive and brimming with repetitive half-baked ideas, sampling everything from local TV advertisements to dad's extremely uncool record collection. No sound source was safe and everything was thrown together with an astonishing lack of finesse. The recording process itself was also an attempt to 'gloss over' the 8 bit mono sound of the Amiga, which would end up accidentally becoming a 'badge of honour' during Nasenbluten's unplanned freefall through the ensuing 8 years.

credits

released March 15, 1993

All tracks written and produced by Aaron Lubinski and Mark Newlands. Recorded by Chris Spooner in Newcastle, Australia. Originally released on cassette in March 1993 in an edition of about 20 copies on the (pre-Bloody Fist) dEAd GirL imprint. The album has been captured raw from the original deteriorating master cassette and appears here as originally recorded without any 'cleaning up' or 'EQing'. Some recording artifacts, deterioration and tape hiss are present. Also due to the naive recording process, some elements of the tracks are out of phase.

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Bloody Fist Records Australia

Underground record label headquartered in Newcastle, Australia between the years of 1994-2004.

Lo-fi electronic records with a DIY punk aesthetic.

Defiant, rough, uncompromising.

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