Monday, 16 February 2015

Croiners ‎– "The Relentless Rhythm Of Change" (Jim Tapes ‎– 007) 1988

"The Relentless Rhythm of Change" is, in this epoch of music making, an ironic appellation.But, this process still exists,albeit in recorded form, and is manifest in any Croiners tape; where the music/non-music is in a constant state of flux. Normally a staccato barrage of short, sample filled, blasts; Jim Levine stretches out a few tracks up to the 12 minute barrier of  a modern X-Boxer's attention span. All 'Untitled', all pretty wacky,and most of you will be relieved to hear that I have now run out of Croiners tapes to post. I'm almost euphoric......no more editing of hundreds of untitled sound bursts,heading off my repetitive strain injuries at the pass.
This tape showcases a more ambient minimal synth style, mixed in with the usual sample loops,and bizarre spoken word samples.Thank you Croiners, its been good.

Tracklist:


A1 Untitled 1:46
A2 Untitled 8:07
A3 Untitled 12:11
A4 Untitled 1:55
A5 Untitled 0:35
A6 Untitled 0:52
A7 Untitled 2:31
A8 Untitled 1:54
B1 Untitled 2:01
B2 Untitled 1:43
B3 Untitled 3:15
B4 Untitled 0:53
B5 Untitled 11:55
B6 Untitled 2:55
B7 Untitled 2:32
B8 Untitled 1:49
B9 Untitled 1:22
B10 Untitled 1:35

DOWNLOAD the relentless mp3's of change HERE!

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Thanks for all the Croiners! Would love to hear the other releases that never seem to have made it to the web yet. Keep up the great job