Ed Pinsent always writes a longer essay on staaltape releases.
Kylie 1: “these tapes are great fun to listen to,”
June’s release: “This is a profoundly touching item and it stayed with me for some hours after hearing it.”
Read the complete review on Ed’s The Sound Projector.
The production marathon continues in 2019. Thirty copies C90, heavy chrome quality of the 1990s, side A is ready. The release is a collaboration with #Petrichor, a small publishing house in Deventer. They will take care of the zine. There are still a couple of words to be written and added. There are also still some sounds that need to cover the B-sides.
Now in production, the first issue of KANTOOR, a series of releases dedicated to found sounds and their collectors. The release is a collaboration with the Dutch art book publishing house Petrichor. They will take care of the zine that will be published together with a C90. For the first issue cassettes from the 1990s of chrome and metal quality will be re-used. Sounds, words and images are by Jeroen Diepenmaat, Wassily Bosch, Ezio Piermattei and Ben Roberts. We hope to release the first KANTOOR in the first week of February.
dubbed from 4track master tape
with use of Yamaha MT 100 II and Marantz CP430
price €8.50 (ex shipping)
Full info at the staaltape shop
Paris Tape Run was first published in 2009. The home version is a limited edition of ten numbered copies. Handmade packaging, spray painted tape. The pictures that were used for the cover were taken from the book The Most Dangerous Game by Wolfgang Scheppe and Roberto Ohrt. Glue, scissors, brush, typewriter, dead plants, a copy machine and paint were used in the process of assembling the package.
edition of ten numbered copies.
Inlay with track listing and petit histoire.
dubbed from Sony Walkman pro on Marantz CP430
price 8.50 + shipping
Get it at the Shop