"after a short break after the monthly MSS MEESTERD zine, this is the first issue in a new series of visual and aural travel reports, mostly because the author would forget what happened on these travels otherwise..
Made in conjunction with the 'Relax most of your muscles' exhibition in Be-Part in Waregem, Belgium, 28.11.2010 - 30.01.2011
Side A consists of 10 locked grooves.
Playback speed side A: 33 ⅓ RPM.
Playback speed side B: 45 RPM.
Edition of 200 hand-numbered copies.
Originally published as a CDR in 2005, limited to hardly any copies on Feater One's Nest, in the period Joshua Burkett visited Europe for the first time, it was about time these beautiful recordings saw some day light again on wax! I've met various people on other planets that I could compare to friends closer to home, Bill Nace calls himself a "fat Vaast Colson", Vladimier looks like Phillip Quehenberger, Tarp's Conrad Capistran's laughter sounds simular to W. Ravenveer's grinning and so on... It sounds lame, though there is only one Joshua Burkett!
"Bernd Lohaus (1940 in Düsseldorf; † 5. November 2010 in Antwerpen) was a German artist (living in Antwerp/Belgium) mainly known for his sculptures, usually made of heavy found wood which he minimally changed (by carving in one word poems for example). He was a student of Joseph Beuys and together with Hugo Heyrman, Panamarenko and Wout Vercammen one of the first "Happeners" during the 1960's in Belgium, organising street performances in the centre of Antwerp.
"This valley-chameleon changed colours more than David Bowie dyed his hair, which takes a lot of skin, brains and guts in an area that should have been called Noisehampton, a hay fevered pit surrounded by mountains that stare at champions such as Body/Head, Fat Worm Of Error, Thurston Moore, Breaking World, Joshua Burkett and so on, all playing in premier leak!
A collaborative box set made by Dennis Tyfus and Peter Fengler for the occassion of 15 years itchy Kultur by Ultra Eczema and 10 years regulating Aktivität by DE PLAYER. They have been working on it a little longer than one year. The box set is limited to 10 copies. No box set is the same; all original records in a total of 100 pieces. Every box set contains 10 hand sliced self cut poly uritane records combined with all kind of materials.