The fantastic Polish label Kifrecording released a nice compilation with 70 ten second long tracks from various artists. It also contains a remix as track 71 by Eraritjaritjaka vs. Animal Machine witch is a remix of the 70 first tracks. The track by Tape Rape on this is called "Hello!". The comp. is called Ten Seconds Compilation II.
After waiting a long long time, the first Tape Rape release is finally out, and not surprisingly, it's released by Tape Rape Records. It's the Rape Those Ears album, recorded earlier this year, and it's released in edition of only 36 copies. Get it while it's available, and don't worry, it's well worth it's price...
You can get it in the Ambolthue Mailorder.
PS. Please let me know if there's something wrong on this website! As it's a new one I guess there will be some errors here and there, so le me know what's wrong and I'll try to fix it...
Finally! The site is now up and running, and you've reached the new tape-noise-tibute project of Kjetil Hanssen called Tape Rape.
Various - Ten Seconds Compilation II
(Kifrecording / kifrec-6)
Tracks By Tape Rape On This Record: 15.Hello!
Info: This compilation was released by Kifrecording, a Polish label worth checking out more from. This comp. has 70 ten seconds long tracks from various artists, and a remix by Eraritjaritjaka vs. Animal Machine as track 71 witch is a remix of all the 70 first tracks. You can see the full tracklist here.
Limited edition of 20 copies, and was released Dec.2007.
Reviews: TEN SECOND COMPILATION (CDR by Kif Recordings) Seventy-one tracks in twenty-five minutes. That is, if I'm not mistaken ten seconds per track. Kif Recordings asked, through internet, people to send in music that lasted ten seconds - one of those internet projects. You can play it, and before you read from the insert band name and track title, the next one is already almost over. Is there a point to all of this, I wonder? I could spend more time thinking about that than actually listening to this and still don't work out a proper answer. So maybe it's better to glance the various names and marvel at all the new names, silly names and silly titles and funny music. It's not all noise that shines here, but it prevails, in all its variations and deviations. Rather than trying to point out the point in all of this, I must admit it's all much more interesting that one would expect. A pity that some are only very short and one wish to hear more, in some cases ten seconds is still quite long. (FdW)
Vital Weekly 608