Our friend Bonzai Tarzan left Music City for a long trip in the wildest wastes of the Andes and came back with some amazing material that will appear in the toekomstsy mists of the ever approaching future in the form of a mixtape. In the meantime, he asked us to share the entirety of his diaries of his explorations in the field of old records and waxwings on board of the Inflatable Titanic.
Posted by david tu dors at 12:28 PM
Your faces will be landscapes. Their lines, curves, surfaces and volumes will be hills, rivers and valleys. They will welcome rainbows, pyramids, hearts, foots and fruits...
All pictures taken from the book Coiffes qui décoiffent by Marie-Pierre Rinck, Editions Fleurus, Paris, 1993.
Posted by DJ Bongo Man at 4:52 PM
Hello. May we recommend this tape to you? Bafoulabé was recorded and mixed by Gerard Herman from FM Radio recordings made in Senegal and Mali during the Winter of 2013. It's just been released by Social Harmony in an edition of 50 copies (and in an unlimited digital edition)... So I guess you'd better act fast if you need the physical thing (which looks great, by the way). There's a 3'34'' fragment on their website - that I can't embed here for some reason that remains a mystery to me. All info here: http://socialharmony.bandcamp.com/album/bafoulab
Posted by DJ Bongo Man at 1:40 PM
DJ BONGO MAN: Legon Flutes
Our last copies of this tape come with a riso-printed cover by Lawrence Le Doux! The price is unchanged: 5 EUR. Just a handful of copies available but we have a few extra riso covers. If you already bought the tape and would just like to get the riso cover, please get in touch.
Orders, requests: firstname.lastname@example.org
Posted by DJ Bongo Man at 11:43 AM