by Stagediver

  • Record/Vinyl + Digital Album

    Physical purchase includes: large sticker of cover design, download card and text file (immediate) with link to Octamed Soundstudio source files for use on the Amiga line of computers + audio remix stems for use in your DAW of choice. Hand-screened/hand-assembled/hand-numbered.

    Includes unlimited streaming of II via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more.
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      $8 USD or more 


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    Includes unlimited streaming via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more.
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This release marks the long awaited follow up to Stagediver’s debut 7” on Radiograffiti and the end of our two-year hiatus. Four years in the making, this new two track vinyl features a similar proggy song structure found on his debut “I” (RGV-001), while taking undead "trailing-edge" technology to brand new heights.

Completely side-stepping the EDM movement altogether, this release is not party music for party people. Sonically it could be described as a lawsuit-worthy, wall of broken genres. Technically it could be described as a how-to in lo-fi music programming. No matter where you stand, there's no denying II's ambitious goal of carving a new niche in 2013. All genres are equally dissected/resented here. This is a new sound.

Programmed on an Amiga 600.
Social isolation by way of obsolete technology.


released November 2, 2013

Programmed on an Amiga 600 by TSC
Artwork: ??? (comprised of found elements/discarded magazines as a child - 1992?)
Inside illustration/layout/screen printing: TSC

Rules By Which To Lose contains a lengthy sample of the song 'Reservoir Park' by The Dutchess and the Duke. www.hardlyart.com/dutchessandtheduke.html

It also contains a sample of the song 'The Knife' from the band, Genesis.

There might be others.
Matrix # RGV-004




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