No No No No

by Philip Sanderson

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Review from the May edition of the Wire magazine:
Philip Sanderson was first musically active as part of the duo Storm Bugs on the early 1980s cassette scene, a DIY scene predicated on cheap reproduction, and the Bandcamp era offers such micro-cultures an ideal second life (for now.) So as well as making the original output of Storm Bugs’ Snatch Tapes label available, it’s also given Sanderson an outlet for a run of new tapes. No No No No, on which Sanderson mutters cut-up incantations over different grades of electronic mudslide, doesn’t sound out of place in 2017 either; like Mordant Music, Ship Canal or Hacker Farm, it’s a very English sound. Made with the means to hand, and completely unafraid of grime or decay; these are sounds left out of the fridge, pulled out from under sofas, disinterred from lofts with a dusting of fibreglass. Sam Davies

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released November 24, 2016

Music and vocals by Philip Sanderson

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Snatch Tapes London, UK

A DIY post-punk experimental label started by Philip Sanderson, three compilation cassettes (Snatch 1-3) were released between 1979 and 1981 as well as tapes by Storm Bugs, David Jackman, and Claire Thomas & Susan Vezey. Since 2001 there have been numerous re-issues on vinyl and CD. This Bandcamp site features digital versions of old and brand new material. ... more

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