DG003 - You're Going To Die (1993)

by Nasenbluten

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about

It's not very funny at all these days but 20 or so years ago during 1991-1993 much amusement was generated by sampling anything from anywhere and sticking a crusty breakbeat and maybe a kick drum over the top. Gimmicky rave records from the US, UK and mainland Europe were in abundance back in the early 90s. Serious music critics hated them and this was another reason that they held a certain amount of appeal for some people, despite their glaring trashiness. Screw face > Po-face. As these records began making their way down under into Australian record stores, the idiotic ideas and blatant disregard for the accepted boundaries of taste (and copyright) started having an impact on certain people, including the then baby-faced and single-chinned members of Nasenbluten. After having guiltily revelled in some of these records - the inevitable knock on effect began as Amigas, televisions, turntables, tape decks and AM radios were fired up into action and Nasenbluten set to work during August, September and October of 1993, eventually shitting out 90 minutes worth of graceless and unrefined dross that is neither funny nor charming two decades after the fact. It is the naive sound of boredom and unemployment in the deep white bread suburbia of early 90s Newcastle. It is also the sound of grabbing at the surrounding cultural ephemera of the time and place (children's TV themes, random radio snippets, advertisements, secondhand records, Australian cultural icons, breakbeats, other people's ideas) and crashing it all together in some sort of obnoxious ham-fisted attempt to kick against the pricks and spin something - anything - back into the fray.

Q. Hang on. If it's such a load of shit Newlands, then why's it up here for download you berk?
A. Because this is cold hard history, son. The same reason The Black Death has a Wikipedia entry. Lest we forget and all that. Plus it was a fucking good laugh at the time and it predated all that breakcore cabaret bullshit of the mid-2000s by more than a decade. Anyway that'll be 9.99 thanks. Ka-ching!!

credits

released November 1, 1993

All embarrassing material by Newlands / Lubinski. The 90 minute cassette was released in November 1993, and is the 3rd full length release on the pre-Bloody Fist 'dEAd GirL' imprint. It was sold through C&C Records in Newcastle and through a few stores in Sydney. The cassettes were all individually hand-assembled, dubbed, glued, cut and folded. The cassette has been captured here from the original deteriorating 1993 master with all original recording artefacts - earth hum, crackles, distortion and hiss - left intact.

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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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