The wonderful paperheartmusic has assembled an equally wonderful compilation of covers and reworkings of Lou Barlow songs. You can listen to it, share it, download it over here. Enjoy!
Studiomuscle records is proud to release a new record! Our first vinyl release ever! It’s by a rapper Steven H from Kaster who sings in Kasters dialect, a dialect incomprehensible by anyone not living in Kaster. Fascinating!
You can order this release directly from us (or, if you are living in Ghent, you can pick it up at the Vinylla or FNAC) for 12 Euro’s. Or you can download a digital version from itunes. Enjoy .
This friday we celebrate this release with a super-official Steven H record release party. It’s where all the hipsters this friday will be!
In the mid-nineties, when shoegaze was pretty much ridiculed, and long before GarageBand and Ableton Live, a four-track machine was the ultimate tool of the homerecording idiot. Made with a cheapo sampler, a drum machine, an analogue synth, guitars and a voice. These fossils are now presented to you.
There’s more where that came from…
Yesterday, an anonymous package was delivered at the Gent Al Jazeera affiliate. The package contained the barely readable words “studio muzzle"and held a betamax tape with an unusual video message. Until now it is still unclear who is responsible for the weird performance on this video recording, nor what message these supposedly Afghan women want to communicate… All tips are much appreciated!