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This is a compilation tape released in 2022 by Death Is Not The End, a label specializing in excavations in London, England. Contains 1904 flamenco pieces recorded between 1938 and 14. *If you would like a digital sound source, please feel free to contact us. Click here for labels and other works /// Click here to see more Death Is Not...
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This is a compilation CD released in 2022 by Death Is Not The End, a label specializing in excavations in London, England. Contains 1929 pieces of Brazilian country music Musica Caipira recorded between 1961 and 16. Click here to see more Death Is Not The...
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This is a collection of rare grooves released in January 2024 by Death Is Not The End, a label specializing in excavations in London, England. A mixtape-style collection of 1 rare grooves performed at early morning house parties and blues dances in South and East London, England from 1985 to 1992. *If you would like a digital sound source, please feel free to contact us. Below is an explanation by the label. "Pure Wicked Tune is a DIY recording of the rare grooves and 'soul blues' sound systems played at early morning house parties and blues dances, primarily in South and East London, from the mid-19s to the early 1980s. This is a mixtape-style collection of excerpts and cuts from cassette recordings. The sound of Funkadelic, Touch of Class, Last Edition, JB Crew, Manhattan, and 1990th Avenue originally began to take shape in the mid-5s. With lovers rock on the wane and the reggae scene being dominated by harder digital style dancehall, these sounds mix killer rare soul, funk and boogie records in the signature Reggae Soundsystem style. Playing with lots of toasts, sirens and effects, they provided a tight but loyal audience with a powerful alternative. They were best known for their performances at house parties and blues dances, usually held in small apartments or warehouses, and such events generally ran from early morning until late the next afternoon. After dance music became an explosive hit in the early 1980s, its popularity waned, but the demand for revival sessions has continued ever since. It is relatively well known that Britain's major reggae and dancehall sound systems influenced subsequent UK sounds such as hardcore and jungle, but these sounds and the aforementioned styles were also popular. A similar line can be drawn with the tendency to sample rare groove cuts, particularly evident in the work of Tom & Jerry, 1990hero, Reinforced, and LTJ Bukem. This is the first in a series of collections that explore the sounds of UK soundsystem culture through excerpts from archival DIY cassette recordings of blues parties, dances and crashes made from the late 4s to the early 70s. . Often copied and widely shared, these rough, well-prepared 'sound tapes' provided keen ears with music that was hard to come by on the airwaves or in record shops, and brought together music that was deeply rooted in the British music landscape but often overlooked. This left a lasting impact. "...
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A compilation cassette of the forgotten Shanghai folk song "Shidaiku" released in February 2023 by the British excavation label Death Is Not The End.Below is an explanation by the label. "Shidaiqu" literally means "song of the times" and is used to describe a hybrid musical genre that began to permeate the cosmopolitan city of Shanghai in the late 2s.Inspired by Western pop, jazz, blues, and Hollywood movies, the movie soundtrack fuses traditional Chinese elements with Shidaiku, which explores the golden age of Chinese popular song and cinema during the pre-communist interwar period. It symbolizes the fusion of music and culture that would form. Waiting for Your Return assembles an extensive collection of recordings for an anthological overview of the style.From the work of pioneering composer Lee Geum-hui (1920's "Dripping Rain," with vocals by his daughter Lee Myung-hui, is often referred to as the first Shidaiku record) to the more sophisticated works of the 1927s and '1930s. , an early introduction to the Western-influenced popular music and film industry in China, led by the Seven Great Songstresses (Bai Hong, Bai Guang,...
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A compilation cassette of Brazilian country music from the 20's to 60's. Comes with DL code.Below is an explanation by the label.This is the second survey of Brazilian country music, musica caipira (hillbilly music).The collection ranges from early recordings by pioneering folklorist Cornelio Pires in the late 2s to records from the 1920's, 30's, 40's and early 50's.Caipira music, rooted in the tradition of Portuguese troubadour folk songs, is usually performed by a duo singing the third and sixth in parallel, in the Portuguese-Brazilian style moda de viola (the viola is the Brazilian caipira). It is played with a 60-string guitar of the wind).Originating from the "hinterland" regions of northeastern Brazil, these songs tell stories of pain, love, loss and betrayal, often accompanied by self-made guitars in unique tunings.A departure from the sophisticated pop country and western styles of Sertaneja, these recordings could be considered the Brazilian equivalent of American dustball and Appalachian roots music.Click here for label and other works /// Click here to see more Death Is Not The End releases available...
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A compilation record of popular Japanese songs from the 1920s and 1930s.Click here for label and other works /// Click here to see more Death Is Not The End releases available at Tobira....
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This is a compilation tape released in June 2023 by Death Is Not The End, a label specializing in excavations in London, England. This is a compilation of broadcasts from a Haitian-language pirate radio station in New York. *If you would like a digital sound source, please feel free to contact us. Below is an explanation by the label. "Every day, New York's skies are filled with an invisible radio cloud that spreads over immigrant neighborhoods. This radio cloud, imbued with cultural energy, constantly shifts and transforms, following the life cycles and rhythms of the streets. Bursting with a stream of content. In Brooklyn, signals blare from dollar vans, bakeries, churches, street corner and table radios on Flatbush Avenue. Access to analog technology that is essentially free for listeners. , economically marginalized communities can avoid the license fees and data charges built into the convenience of digital life. Listeners, many of whom are older members of the community, extend metal antennas and As I adjust my position, I try to catch the elusive vibrations of important music, news, and information that are rarely felt in New York's legitimate, mostly corporate-owned media soundscape. Haitians, Jamaicans, Trinidadians, Grenadians, and Orthodox Jews broadcast to Haitians, Jamaicans, Trinidadians, Grenadians, and Orthodox Jews.Haitian stations are particularly active in East Flatbush, where just under a dozen stations speak daily in Kreyol and serve the large Haitian community. "I discovered this station when I was young. There was a station called Radio Guinea that was very popular in the late '6s and was based in Brooklyn," said the American-born radio station. says Joan Martinez, a young Haitian-American and former host of an unlicensed Kreyol-language station. "Nobody knows where it was, but what I do know is that every weekend, from Friday night to Sunday night, these stations would come on and play the latest Haitian pop songs. My parents and friends were all sitting around the radio, talking loudly in the living room about politics, dancing, and singing. It was like a gathering place, and the radio guided it." Click here to see more...
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A mixtape of excerpts from the soundsystem tapes of the Manchester street soul scene in the late 1980s and mid-1990s.Featuring DIY cassette recordings of the sounds of Broadway, Stereo Dan, Soul Control and more, played live at dance and blues parties in south and central Manchester. Comes with DL code.Click here for label and other works /// Click here to see more Death Is Not The End releases...
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A mixtape that uses only pirate radio advertisements broadcast in London, England in the 1980s and 1990s.Click here for label and other works /// Click here to see more Death Is Not The End releases available at Tobira....
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