Episode 075: Dinzu Artefacts
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Broadcasting from the snow-covered brickwork of old Saint Louis to bring you a special label feature tonight. Dinzu Artefacts, sister-label to Joe McKay’s Spring Break Tapes, has been around for just a few years, but has amassed an impressive catalog of found sound, tape manipulation and field recordings from artists the world over.

We’ll be listening to a short stack of long players that have maintained a place in my rotation for some time, celebrating this, our 75th episode and first of the new year.

Here’s what we’ve got in the stack:

Take 20% off all aforementioned digital releases with promo code “GIMME20”.

Get your hands on the latest batch from Dinzu Artefacts out tomorrow, Tuesday, January 15, 2019 at: http://dinzuartefacts.com/january-batch.

Help support ad-free listening with a recurring contribution through Patreon. Patrons receive special no-talking mixes in advance of regular episodes. Plus, each month one “Unlucky Listener” chosen at random receives a stack of decommissioned tapes from the archive.

My thanks to everyone who has contributed to this platform thus far.

If you’d like to hear your music or your label’s music on future episodes, please get in touch. Appropriate submissions are welcome. I’m especially interested in proper techno, minimal synth, tape manipulation, field recordings and weird jazz. Email me at norelcomori@gmail.com for more information.

Note: Only physical copies are considered.

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Episode 074: The Long Forgotten
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The 74th installment of the Norelco Mori podcast brings you new work from Tyresta, Sparkling WIde Pressure, M Crook & Oxherding and Law Of The Night.

Here’s tonight’s stack:

*Be sure to use code “2018isdead” at checkout for 35% off your order from Neologist Productions, now through the end of this year.

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Help support ad-free listening with a recurring contribution through Patreon. Patrons receive special no-talking mixes in advance of regular episodes. Plus, each month one “Unlucky Listener” chosen at random receives a stack of decommissioned tapes from the archive.

My thanks to everyone who has contributed to this platform thus far.

2018 has been a wild year and I’m fortunate to have had so many great releases grace my decks. If you’d like to hear your music or your label’s music on future episodes, please get in touch. Appropriate submissions are welcome. I’m especially interested in proper techno, minimal synth, tape manipulation, field recordings and weird jazz. Email me at norelcomori@gmail.com for more information. Note: Only physical copies are considered.

Stick around for a very special Episode 075 where we kick off 2019 with Series VI and dive into the first 25 releases from Los Angeles label Dinzu Artifacts.

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Episode 073: Sinneslöschen

Episode 073 of Norelco Mori takes a closer look at Los Angeles label Sinneslöcschen. We’ll hear tracks from Bloom Offering, Sterile Garden, Thorsten Soltau and more.

Here’s what we’ve got lined up for this evening:

Help support ad-free listening and future episodes of Norelco Mori by becoming a patron today. Sign up for as little as $1 a month. Patrons hear exclusive member-only content and exclusive no-talking mixes in advance of regular episodes.

Plus, each month, a patron chosen at random receives a grab bag of doubles and decommissioned cassettes from the show library.

This month’s Unlucky Listener is Nate Bonilla-Warford. Nate is receiving a copy of Auvrel’s Lone Trax vol. 1 and a selection of extras from the stacks.

Congratulations Nate and thank you for your support!

Become a patron today at: http://patreon.com/norelcomori

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Join us next week for new tracks from Park70, Neologist Productions and some heavy-hitting self-released titles from Law Of The Night and Ebcidic.

Stay tuned.

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Episode 072: Nerves Of Human Life
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Episode 072, with new tracks from J Butler, Auvrel and 18 year old Bulgarian artist Omori. Plus, two from Nara label Muzan Editions and an oldie but goodie from Patrick Shiroishi opens it up..

Here’s what we’ve got in the stack:

Get 10% off Geology Records releases with code “5yrs”

Help support ad-free future episodes of Norelco Mori by becoming a patron today. Sign up for as little as $1 a month to hear exclusive member-only content and regular episodes in advance. Each month, a patron chosen at random receives a grab bag of decommissioned cassettes from the show library.

Will you be our next Unlucky Listener? 

Become a patron: http://patreon.com/norelcomori

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Episode 071: Iron Ridge
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Back with Episode 071 of everyone’s favorite political thriller. Lots of great tapes in this one, including new stuff from Strategic Tape Reserve and Tristan Magnetique.

Here’s the stack:

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Episode 070 - Neologist Productions
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Welcome back. In Episode 070 we take a closer look at Omaha label, Neologist Productions. You’ve heard quite a few Neologist Productions releases on the show over the years, and tonight we’re going to hear a few more.

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Neologist Productions is a label curate by Zach Schiermann who is behind several projects such as Höchste, Sopor, Virescent, Necessary and Schiermann. We’ll be listening to some of my favorite albums of his from way back as well as some new ones from other artists on the roster.

Here’s what we’ve got in the stack:

If you like what we do here please consider supporting the show on Patreon for as little as $1 a month.

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Episode 069: Slum Lust

Episode 069: Slum Lust. Tracks from Brett Naucke, Standard Grey and It Only Gets Worse. Plus, brand new tapes from Jeremy Young and Mykel Boyd.

Here’s what we’ve got on deck for tonight:

There’s a great interview with Sara Gold at RN Collective. if you’re not familiar with her work, you should be. Also, send a couple bucks Brett Naucke’s way if you can swing it. His studio was burglarized this past week and a Gofundme campaign has been set up to help replace his missing equipment.

Help support Norelco Mori’s commitment to ad-free listening by supporting the show on Patreon.

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