Rewind Forward, Tape-Echo

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Rewind Forward, Tape-Echo

Post by 150Grams » Fri Jan 11, 2013 2:41 pm

Big up to all these lads.
Hotline Recordings, No Corner, Bandulu & all them others.

Great customer service(communication), radio shows, interviews, design, all of it.

Strictly Dubplate servants!

http://tape-echo.com/
http://pengsound.co.uk/
http://rwdfwd.com/
http://hotlinerecordings.com/

PS. if you're willing to sell Gorgon Grime cassette, may it be the original, red or golden edition - I'm up for it, same with BANDULU001

Hopefully I'll be seeing the crews at a dance in the future, bless!
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NO WAR, MORE 4x4.

LESS DEBATE, MORE ACETATE.

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Re: Peng! Sound, Tape-Echo & Rewind Forward

Post by oscarhenson » Sun Jan 13, 2013 11:58 am

here's an interview i did with daniel recently - top guy, and this lot are really doing things properly

http://deeprootedbristol.tumblr.com/pos ... peng-sound

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Re: Peng! Sound, Tape-Echo & Rewind Forward

Post by kidcazual » Tue Jan 15, 2013 1:38 pm

nice up , blog is great interviews tops and nice graphics , now drop gorgon grime on mp3 boomkat that shit for me , i moved out to germany a few years back , and unless im in berlin not much happening peace
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Re: Rewind Forward, Tape-Echo

Post by garethom » Fri Feb 08, 2013 11:24 pm

Yes, absolutely love this shop. Would love to go and check out a physical shop if they ever get one, reckon it'd be sick. Even the stuff that I don't pick up is interesting in its own way. Solid group of guys from the contact I've had, would love to get some of them to Night Tracks for a chat, they have so much stuff on the go at any one time.

No Corner is one of the most interesting labels atm I've found.

Need to get down to Bristol more often to reach some of the nights they're involved with too.
oscarhenson wrote:this lot are really doing things properly
:z:

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Re: Rewind Forward, Tape-Echo

Post by 150Grams » Sat Feb 09, 2013 2:47 pm

garethom wrote:Yes, absolutely love this shop. Would love to go and check out a physical shop if they ever get one, reckon it'd be sick. Even the stuff that I don't pick up is interesting in its own way. Solid group of guys from the contact I've had, would love to get some of them to Night Tracks for a chat, they have so much stuff on the go at any one time.

No Corner is one of the most interesting labels atm I've found.

Need to get down to Bristol more often to reach some of the nights they're involved with too.
oscarhenson wrote:this lot are really doing things properly
:z:
Got the first issue today, proper read - worth the money, definetely.

It starts off like this:

Tape-Echo is an ink-stained and dog-eared, physical reaction
against the internet's insatiable appetite for the next big thing,
the spawning of countless cooki-cutter blogs, full of lazy
re-posts, stolen content and clumsily-rehashed press releases
that seem to pass for music 'journalism' these days.

It comes at a time when hype, hit counters and 'followers' seem
more important than creating anything with any real subsctance.

Tape-Echo was created with the intention of creating a small
yet public arena where new electronic music can develop on
its own terms and at its own pace, operating below the hype
machines radar.

The slower pace of the print world gives us the space to compile
well-researched, in-depth and original articles with bespoke
photography and art work that aim to inform and engage the
reader as well as providing useful information on ways of
supporting our DIY scene.

Tape-Echo is about getting away from the computer screen.

It's about writing original articles, and documenting happenings
in the underground electronic music scene.

It's about the appreciation of quality not quantity, a celebration
of the physical world with all its flaws and imperfections. It's ink
on pages, it's films in cameras, it's records on turntables and
empty coffee cups.

It is a community-focused publication.
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NO WAR, MORE 4x4.

LESS DEBATE, MORE ACETATE.

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Re: Rewind Forward, Tape-Echo

Post by mIrReN » Sat Feb 09, 2013 5:24 pm

that's really great to read and a very good mentality
"If your chest ain't rattlin it ain't happenin'" - DJ Pinch
"Move pples bodies and stimulate their minds"
we just ride the wave
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Re: Rewind Forward, Tape-Echo

Post by 150Grams » Sun Feb 10, 2013 7:43 pm

mIrReN wrote:that's really great to read and a very good mentality
I recommend buying it!

(http://www.chemical-records.co.uk/sc/se ... rack=TAPE1)
Ossia wrote: LESS TAX, MORE WAX.

NO WAR, MORE 4x4.

LESS DEBATE, MORE ACETATE.


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Re: Rewind Forward, Tape-Echo

Post by flint33 » Thu Feb 14, 2013 8:17 am

Nice to see a Sofrito record on the shop :4:
Big up Tape Echo for broadening the spectrum.

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Re: Rewind Forward, Tape-Echo

Post by Phigure » Thu Feb 14, 2013 9:17 am

yeah, these guys are great. love what they do and the way they do it. and as a result theyve emptied my wallet multiple times :lol:
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