Tuesday, 26 May 2015

Clock DVA ‎– "Tape 1" (Dvation) 1978

One would struggle to imagine what Industrial Music would have done without the aid of the humble Roland Space Echo; and this early DVA cassette is no exception. Fairly rudimentary stuff,sparse fuzzy synth reverberate  between the echo laden vocals like an economy brand Throbbing Gristle. The foggy simplicity of this style of non-music is quite attractive, but one must stress that track 2 is a particularly awful perversion of the already awful tune, "And Then He Kissed Me" (is this a sense of humour?; but with the hook line changed to "and then He Shot Me"........very funny?


Tracklist:

A1Oedipus
A2(And Then He.)
A3Plastic
A4Clockverge

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7 comments:

Alan Burns said...

Even better than the other Clock tape! Economy TG is a pretty good description. The typeface on the card reminds me of (very) early Whitehouse/Come as well.

Anonymous said...

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Jonny Zchivago said...

yES VERY COME ORG. I think this tape appeared in various different guises,designs and titles.....one being "The Lomticks of Time?

Jonny Zchivago said...

There are some out there who disagree!But,as i am notoriously shit with a ruler, I receive this compliment eagerly.
You rule too anonymous.

Anonymous said...

THANKS!

Simon said...

I've got another Clock DVA tape called 'Fragment' which is a bit more professionally recorded (at Western Works apparently). The story goes that they would record these tapes regularly and drop a few into Virgin and Record Collector and other sympathetic record shops in Sheffield to make a bit of cash and as such no-one is entirely sure how many there are.

Jonny Zchivago said...

Yup,it's on here,with the title "Group Fragments",
http://dieordiy2.blogspot.fr/2014/01/clock-dva-group-fragments-self-release.html
Its got "you're Without Sound on it" which was the first DVa tune i encountered.