Daily News: 6 years of Business Casual & more – 4/30/2019
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6 years of Business Casual
Congrats to Business Casual for reaching 6 full years of releases, success and cassettes (plus vinyls but I wanted to rhyme).
There’s so much new for new releases, re-releases and come backs that I just recommend you watch the twitter video.
Awesome to see 1969年, Melonade and Windows96 get some cassette love. Of course we’ll report on the calendar all the release info as we get them.
Until then go check out the amazing collection that the artists and people of Business Casual has put together in the past 6 years.
This May is filled to the brim with tapes and vinyl to celebrate our 6th year as Business Casual! New pressings from @MelonadeMusic, @channel_select & 1969年 (@KitschDaddy) plus represses from OSC (@OpusScience), @caminodisco, Windows96 (@whitegavriel) AND MORE! pic.twitter.com/GBquOY0iWV— business casual (@bizcasual) April 29, 2019
“Blue tint cassette with printed labels on both sides. Comes in clear case with full color printed 4 panels j-card. Limited to 30, all with free 12″ x 18″ posterSent from Chile.”
Clear-shelled cassette with blue liner, with full color labels on each side. Cassettes are professionally recorded on a high quality tape deck and comes with a high-quality printed j-card, black case, and over-wrapped in plastic!
Interesting collection of song that I’m unsure if it’s because fo the album art or not but I feel goes from a happy world the a deeper darker experience with each song. Have we Forsaken our creator?
“oh wow” is the first thing I thought when I heard this. Reminds me of Chillout house music for that hip sushi bar that’s too expensive to eat at but you’ll bring a date too. Love it. I’m actually contacting him for a collaboration, it’s too good.
The Lost Archive Vol. 2: Eccojams Edition— Seaside Tapes (@SeasideTapes) March 27, 2019
The 2nd compilation for our label is open to everyone, only requirement is that the song fits atleast somewhat under the ‘eccojam’ subgenre.
submissions can be sent to: Kkostele@aol.com
SUBMISSIONS OPEN FROM NOW UNTIL 30 APRIL pic.twitter.com/VwtYELZNNV
Seaside Tapes is looking for submissions
Seaside Tapes is looking for submissions for their “The Lost Archive Vol. 2: Eccojams Edition ” compilation. It’s the second in the series and is open to anyone who makes music that sounds and fits in the “eccojam” subgenre.
Sounds like it’s going to be a great album considering the first Archive Vol. 1 was a great hit. You can listen to that first compilation on bandcamp.
They are releasing a physical cassette most likely in May. So go submit your songs now, there’s only a few days left.
Contact them on their twitter, @SeasideTapes, for more information.
Thought this photograph looks too beautiful. So wanted to shoutout @nutfeathers if anyone wants to see more of his collection.