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Ad Hoc // Corpse TAPE

Ad Hoc // Corpse TAPE

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This cassette was released in September 2023 by the unknown experimental trio Ad Hoc from Melbourne, Australia on the Melbourne experimental label Shame File in a limited edition of 9 copies.

Contains two live recordings recorded in 1980. DL code included.

Labels and other worksplease use this form. ///Click here to see more Shame File Music releases available at Tobira. 

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Cassette in norelco case. Edition of 100. 

tracklist:

1. Corpse One 15:12
2. Corpse Two 15:19

Shame File Music:

"Shame File Music and Albert's Basement follow up the critically-acclaimed 2022 reissue of seminal Melbourne band Ad Hoc's Distance cassette with the band's obscure barely-released (perhaps six home-dubbed copies) live cassette Corpse - available digitally and on a limited edition of 100 Cassettes from September 2023 (pre-order now).

Differing dramatically from Distance, Corpse captures the trio presenting a wall of almost self-playing instruments live to a bemused Clifton Hill Community Music Center audience in 1980. As James Clayden explains below, the sounds were already set up before the audience entered, then the amps were simply turned on. The performers present perhaps as a corpse; unmoving, yet with a dramatic visceral impact:"

Artist: Ad Hoc

Label: Shame File Music

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This cassette was released in September 2023 by the unknown experimental trio Ad Hoc from Melbourne, Australia on the Melbourne experimental label Shame File in a limited edition of 9 copies.

Contains two live recordings recorded in 1980. DL code included.

Labels and other worksplease use this form. ///Click here to see more Shame File Music releases available at Tobira. 

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Cassette in norelco case. Edition of 100. 

tracklist:

1. Corpse One 15:12
2. Corpse Two 15:19

Shame File Music:

"Shame File Music and Albert's Basement follow up the critically-acclaimed 2022 reissue of seminal Melbourne band Ad Hoc's Distance cassette with the band's obscure barely-released (perhaps six home-dubbed copies) live cassette Corpse - available digitally and on a limited edition of 100 Cassettes from September 2023 (pre-order now).

Differing dramatically from Distance, Corpse captures the trio presenting a wall of almost self-playing instruments live to a bemused Clifton Hill Community Music Center audience in 1980. As James Clayden explains below, the sounds were already set up before the audience entered, then the amps were simply turned on. The performers present perhaps as a corpse; unmoving, yet with a dramatic visceral impact:"

Artist: Ad Hoc

Label: Shame File Music