Bang The Bore was kind enough to feature dsic – ‘Tiamat/Taniwha’ on their website. So we’re reBlogging it here. But first, here’s a little about Bang The Bore…
Bang the Bore is a loose collection of occasionally like-minded musicians. People come and go, are involved in some activities but not others or collaborate on one-off projects. The three who tend to stick around the most – along with being the janitors who maintain this site – are Seth Cooke (Bristol), Clive Henry (Southampton) and Kevin Nickells (Brighton).
Our activity is directed by intermittent inspiration, frustration and whim. We make a lot of new music available via the Artifacts, Forum and Releases sections of this site. Although we nominally run a webzine you may find more useful – and certainly more regularly updated – information in our Forum. And despite occasionally organising concerts we prefer arranging the kind of one-off themed events, musical happenings or special commissions we’ve been staging at Southampton’s John Hansard Gallery or Oxfordshire’s Supernormal Festival.Ideas, contributions and collaborations are welcome. Send us an email.
Bringing to your attention this top release from the extraordinary – yet still extraordinarily underrated – dsic, out now on Rano. Well worth hearing even if you’re too late to order the beautifully packaged tape edition: “Limited Edition C64 Chrome Cassette Tape. Hand numbered of 25. Includes Full Color, 2 sided heavyweight j-card, one razor blade, housed in a clear & black plastic Norelco case. All orders come shipped in a banded, and gold stamped brown cardboard box.” Have a listen: