Items tagged with: Musique
SHEFFIELD TAPE ARCHIVE, ONE-STOP SHOP FOR THE GUN CLUB, RUDIMENTARY PENI, THE FALL AND PULP
Sheffield Tape Archive collects #demos and live tapes recorded in #Sheffield and its environs between 1977 and 2007. #NickTaylor, the custodian of the archive, has assembled a bonkers array of musical goods: the 1979 demos of #ClockDVA and I’m So Hollow, both recorded (at least in part) at #CabaretVoltaire’s Western Works studio; a 1993 #RudimentairePeni gig in Derby that opens and closes with back-to-back performances of “Teenage Time Killer” and “B-Ward”; a Leeds show from #ScreamingLordSutch’s barnstorming anti-Thatcher campaign in 1983; #theFall, live at Hallam University, 1993 (with a great instance of typo-as-rock criticism: “Why Are People Grudgeful?” is mislabeled “Why Are People Grungeful?”); Eighties sets by #Crass, #Eek-A-Mouse, and #Chumbawamba at Sheffield’s Leadmill; a typically flattening 20-minute #Stretchheads set from 1990; and much else.
For the #Pulp fan, the compilation Live at the Hallamshire Hotel 1981-85 mixes dour performances from ‘84 and ‘85 gigs with live material by #theMembranes, Bog-Shed, Heroes of the Beach, and the #WackyGardeners. Speaking of the Wacky Gardeners, many groups are featured here whose fame has yet to reach our benighted American shores, such as the #FuckCityShitters, #NakedPygmyVoles, the #WealthyTexans and #AMajorEuropeanGroup.
Some of the material at #SheffieldTapeArchive comes from the collection of the late Sheffield music journalist #MartinLilleker, who suffered from early-onset Alzheimer’s disease before his death in 2016. Taylor donates the proceeds from #Lilleker’s tapes to charity.
#rock #pop #punk #music #musique
En prévision de la fermeture de #Framasphère j'ouvre ce nouveau compte, en espérant retrouver mes amis et connaissances de l'époque Frama, dont je déplore - mais comprends - l'évolution. Que de bons moments partagés, ce réseau a répondu à toutes mes attentes ou presque, et j'espère que la suite nous retrouvera connectés. ! C'est mon voeu le plus cher !