Experiments with multiple turntables and prepared/broken records came to full fruition here with a release that poses questions both to the use of turntables as instruments and vinyl as a format. The music – crunchy multi-layered improvisations/processes that randomly sample small broken chunks from the original vinyl materials – was itself originally releasedon 7″ vinyl (limited edition of 50 copies, now sold out), in handmade covers reconstructed from old record covers and broken vinyl shards; each cover was different, individually numbered and an interesting one-off creation in itself.
Download of the EP includes images of a selection of the original handmade sleeves.
Originally released as a 7" EP in 2009 by Revolution Records.
Shame File Music, 2016
released March 24, 2016
Clinton Green - prepared/broken records and turntables.