Spannered Oddcast #10
Compiled by Datassette
Posted by bb00001
on 8 December 2009 (13:34:18)
actually bothered to search for it myself and found this....
Posted by bb00001
on 8 December 2009 (13:31:12)
any suggestions on where I can find more stuff like this?
Posted by kris wald
on 4 August 2009 (22:10:13)
thank you mighty DATASSETTE! wow - isao tomita is in there! one of the defining moments of my childhood - isao tomitas "pictures of an exhibition" on vinyl - and on the back the master himself - ubercool in front of all his moogs/synthesizers. now, how about another businessfunk...?
Posted by luke
on 27 October 2009 (15:43:13)
ron used to play two copies of this back in the day. he'd work it to the bone. we miss you ron.
Datassette presents relentless yardage of polyester swagger and vintage synths for your listening pleasure
With hellodoctornamecontinueyesterdaytomorrow, aka Spannered's 10th Oddcast, Datassette takes us through a wild and wonderful set of library music and various treats of the analogue world. Space out 70s style and enjoy a kaleidoscopic array of wibs and wobbles, blips and bloops, clicks and whooshes, and other mysterious sounds of the spheres. If this collection were a van, it would have carpeting all over the inside, swivelling seats, and an 8-track player. Since it's an Oddcast, you're stuck with listening to it. Just be sure you have your seatbelt on.

Datassette, also known as Datashat, has releases on Echoecho, Ai Records, and other labels, and recently remixed Royskopp's Happy Up Here on Wall of Sound. The most excellent Handsette Recordings, which Datassette also has a hand in, has a new release out as well.

Datassette has kindly supplied some truly cosmic artwork to enhance your experience (especially effective if you stare at it intently while listening).
Take it away Datassette!
Bruno Spoerri — Glückskugel: Title (197x)
Man — Just For You (Edit) (1973)
Alan Hawkshaw — Transcendental Meditation (1975)
Dave Vorhaus — Interaction (1980)
Doxa Sinistra — Alien (1982)
Mike Vickers — Technopolis (1973)
Isao Tomita — The Two Jews (1975)
Electronic Concept Orchestra — Windmills Of Your Mind (1969)
Frank Zappa And The Mothers Of Invention — Oh No (Edit) (1970)
Dave Vorhaus — The Great Chip Takeover (1980)
Mike Vickers — Retribution (1973)
G Narholz — Join In The Dance (1977)
Doxa Sinistra — The Other Stranger (1982)
Severed Heads — 4.W.D. (1983)
Andy Clark — Feeling The Heat (1983)
Datassette — Tang Arp Rev (2009)
T Fisher — Right After Midnight (Reload Onna Betamax Edit) (1977)

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A darkly sculpted DJ set from Surgeon, recorded in October 2011 at Blackest Ever Black's London showcase
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Baron of Braindance Bogdan Raczynski whips up a mouth-watering scooby snack of a mixtape flavoured with Thom Yorke, Floating Points, Skream and DJ Milton
Tego Calderón and M.I.A. rub up with roaming beatsmiths Maga Bo and Filastine as badman selector El Kano gets on a mutant ragga tip
The inimitable DJ Bus Replacement Service travels to the end of the internet to assemble another platter of freshly polished audio turds
Bass Clef drops an incredible mix of African sounds for Fact Magazine's podcast series
Kid Kameleon returns to Spannered with another deep and diverse selection of bass-driven electronics — the first installment of a duel mix release with Mashit
The Timestump Project takes you back and zooms you in on a single year in musical history for the eleventh installment of Spannered's Oddcast series
Salt-n-Pepa were there, as was Grandmaster Flash — even Juan Atkins wheeled out his Model 500 outfit for a rare live gig... but for many it was Matt Whitehead who stole the show at this year's Bloc Weekend festival
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