ws-d003: sherbet flies vs. neuschlaufen

Two of York’s noisiest bands become one for an evening of improvised music at the Woolpack. The two bands feature members of Wharf Street Galaxy Band, Fat Spatula, Percy, Broadkast Ritual, Pink Candle, Namke Communications plus more.

Sherbet Flies vs. Neuschlaufen will be a one-off experience so come on down if you’re curious as to what strange noises will arise! (It’s free entry!)

ws-d001: neuschlaufen vs. inhuman resources

Recorded live at Wharf Chambers, wonkystuff have rush-released this important piece of repetition.

Recorded live at Wharf Chambers, wonkystuff urge you to pump up the volume and get down with whoever is nearest.

Repetition is important.

Repetition is important.

ws-cd001: c01/cd

Re-issue of neuschlaufen’s limited-edition self-released Cassette-Store-Day tape from 2013.

(Bonus track version)

ws-c002: Make It Rain

Four-track cassette (8 bonus tracks available through digital download) containing Sebastian’s livecoded minimal electronics.

First edition of 9 copies in numbered, handmade cardboard box.

Sebastian Oldsmith’s ‘Make it Rain’ 4 track EP is released here with no fewer than 8 bonus cuts. It’s big on stuttering, lolloping clamouring beats that bounce this way and that, rattling inside the listener’s cranium with gathering intensity and irritation. It’s anxiety-inducing electronica , the anti-rhythms juddering and jittering against pings and bleeps, hums and glitches.

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ws-c001: Split

The first wonkystuff release pairs live recordings from neuschlaufen and Orlando Ferguson on a split cassette release. Both recordings were made live at the Woolpack Inn (York). neuschlaufen’s effort is typically raw, straight-to-stereo; Orlando Ferguson take a more measured approach to create a soundtrack for a hidden horror movie.

First edition of 9 copies in numbered, handmade cardboard box.

The neuschlaufen/Orlando Ferguson split cassette, displaying the label’s premier catalogue number contains a track by each act, each with a running time around the 15-minute mark. Neuschlafen’s ‘Repetitive Strain (edit) is a thumping psychedelic jam centred around a relentless motorik beat and looping bassline. Orlando Ferguson, meanwhile, offer an eerily atmospheric work that drifts ominously. A piece that would comfortably sit on the soundtrack to a sci-fi movie, it conjures images of alien landscapes and of rocks drifting in space.

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