Thursday, April 23, 2009


The latest missive from Snatch Tapes/Storm Bugs mastermind Philip Sanderson, whom Jim has covered at length previously via posts of his Telephone Music, Through A Telephone Box Darkly and Verdenskang projects is a web-only release of gobsmackingly great surrealist clusterfuckery refashioned from vivisected fragments sourced from the entirety of the Snatch tapes archive. Swarming subterranean electronic malevolence bleeds into antiquated Hauntological ghostings that are then sheared at right angles by a Cupol-like and hermetically bleak species of minimal synthiness. An apex of queasy delirium for your predilection, it can be found by heading over to Sanderson's site Here


Unknown said...

And don't forget to pick up Sanderson's critically acclaimed Seal Pool Sounds CD on the Seal Pool label.

Anonymous said...

Very nice stuff indeed - I have the Seal Pool CD and think I actually prefer this - much more cut up, though its worth checking the Seal thing out as well

Greyor said...

This is absolutely brilliant.

Unknown said...

Спасибо вам за этот потрясающий сайт!

Anonymous said...

This may seem blasphemous, but it really sounds great if you play the two tracks simultaneously. They work beautifully together.

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Anonymous said...

Hello there,

I hope to help me :)

I need over information about an album in you blog, please can you give me your E-mail to contact you in person

Sorry my English not good

Thanks in advance :)

genericPlacebo said...

got the telephone darkly, and can predict that this will be just as worthy, fits in nicely with everything you post these days,
thanks again!

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Thanks again for all.

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CBD said...

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Anonymous said...

Ezrael (
Hi, sorry but I have a doubt about an old music that i recorded from radio years ago... and the only blog that can help and came to my mind was Mutant Sounds; I do not have idea who's player or anything, just that appear next to the album 1313 of Univers Zero. I hope somebody help me with some information about the group.. (and i hope you don't mind the link of the music in question):

Unknown said...

Find more PHILIP SANDERSON in my mp3blog and forum searches:


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Je ne connais pas cet homme 1973
L'Incendie 1974
Vous et Nous 1977
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