Undecisive God 'A Vinyl Construction' 7" - Undecisive God's recent experiments with multiple turntables and prepared/broken records come 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 - is itself presented on 7" vinyl, in handmade covers reconstructed from old record covers and broken vinyl shards; each cover is different, individually numbered and an interesting one-off creation in itself. Limited edition of fifty copies from Revolution Records, available from Shame File Music, Sunshine & Grease, and Missing Link.
Also new on Shame File:
Screwtape 'Whenever I hear the words Pop Culture, I reach for my gun' mini CD - noise/power electronics using meat as a sound source!
Mark Cauvin 'Transfiguration' 2CD - Reputedly the first of it's kind, a double CD tour de force of solo double bass, performing works from composers like Scelsi, Berio and more.