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Lunch For Breakfast - Cassettes Wont Listen - Small-Time Machine (CD, Album)

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  1. i love the weird little community around cassettes now. you've got the labels that put out albums solely on them for the aesthetic or whatever, and the guys on IG who make music purely through tape looping. the amount of William Basinski's running around making sick ambient is quite inspiring. as someone who isn't willing to re-mortgage just to collect every vinyl record available, it's a cool.
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  2. Jan 06,  · A seven-song EP, "Small-Time Machine," due March 11, will be Cassettes Won't Listen's first physical release, distributor pending, and the predecessor to .
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  3. Mar 29,  · Buying the CD Version would be easier i suppose, if all that he has on tape is available on cd. It be quite expensive too, but as you mentioned, some of his tapes could be unique and if he's done anything like what i used to do, he may of created compilations tapes with tracks from different artist/albums or singles in the order he would like to hear them or feel that would flow together.
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  4. Oct 09,  · I have 2 dual cassette tapes drives on my stereo component system. Yes I still have components! One is a Denon and the other a TEAC. I listen to my old cassettes all the time and I have mix tapes that go back 30 years and are still in great shape. I love cassettes and I even took out the CD player in my car and installed an old cassette player.
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  5. Haven't released music like this before, but I've bought an EP on cassette. It came with a download card for mp3s of the songs, I'd say that's the most important thing. Then you have an incentive for people who want a quirky medium but don't have a cassette player. Make sure your audience will go for it too.
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  6. about. Though occasionally listed as a four-member band (with the made-up Kid Lucci on vocals, Jeh Walker on bass, Drehke on keys and programming, and Doc Torchaos on drums), Cassettes Won't Listen is in actuality the one-man project of multi-instrumentalis.
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  7. Cassettes Won't Listen is the indie rock and electronic one-man project of multi-instrumentalist and producer Jason Drake based out of Brooklyn, New York. Over the last few years Cassettes Won't Listen has received press from the likes of Spin, Perez Hilton, and URB. Cassettes Won't Listen has also done official remixes for notable artists such as Aesop Rock, El-P, Midlake, Mr. Lif, Morcheeba.
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  8. The live CD also included in the package, featuring performances culled from shows in Britain and America, as well as four outtakes from the live album PARIS, is pretty good too, offering a selection of the BREAKFAST IN AMERICA numbers as well as highlights from Supertramp's other major albums CRIME OF THE CENTURY and EVEN IN THE QUIETEST /5(1).
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