Various – Tellus, The Audio Cassette Magazine & Special Double Audio Visual Issue. Tellus is a bi-monthly subscription publication of audio art, new music, poerty, and drama
Tellus: The Audio Cassette Magazine - Joseph Nechvatal presents issue launch party 1986 invitation for Power Electronics at Limelight.
Tellus Audio Cassette Magazine has been mentioned as an inspiration to the opening of the Sound Art Museum in Rome (2007).
Cassette culture (or the cassette underground) refers to the practices associated with amateur production and distribution of recorded music that emerged in the late 1970s via home-made audio cassettes.
Tellus 'The Audio Cassette Magazine' was in activity for 10 years (1983-1993). mastercactus5y ago. I love Tellus.
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Recorded By – Terry Wilson
|A2||–Paul McMahon / Nancy Chun||Flattering The Flatters|
|A3||–Julie Harrison||Subordinate Acts|
Performer [Instrumentation], Producer – Richard HendersonVocals – Mr. & Mrs. North, Richard Prince
|A5||–Julie Wachtel||You Disappear Me|
|A6||–Perry Hoberman||Smaller Than Life (Excerpt From)|
|A7||–Ericka Beckman||Subdivision Song
Percussion – Brooke HalpinVocals, Lyrics By – Ericka Beckman
|A8||–David Wojnarowicz / Doug Bressler||American Dreamtime|
|B1||–Paul McMahon / Nancy Chun||Cream Of The Stream|
|B2||–Raimund Kummer||Excerpts From A Sculpture/Sound Installation And Performance, Montreal 1984|
|B3||–Barbara Barg / Barbara Ess||A Streetcar Named Desire, For Blanche (Excerpts From)
Bass, Bells, Vocals – Barbara EssDrums, Vocals – Barbara BargRecorded By, Mixed By – Wharton Tiers
|B4||–Kathryn High||Hospital Visit|
|B5||–Bite Like A Kitty||Same Way (Excerpt From)
Engineer – Mark Mandlebaum*Music By – Eileen Muir, Julie Hair, Kathy Inukai, Mare Earley, Sandra SeymourProducer – Doug Bressler
|B6||–Anne Turyn||Phone Machine Mrssages By Joe Gibbons|
|B7||–Michael Smith||Go For It Mike
Backing Vocals – Jean Shaw, Tom OvergardBass, Guitar – Brenden HarkinLead Vocals – Michael Smith Lead Vocals, Backing Vocals – John SchermanSaxophone [Tenor], Backing Vocals – Bill ObrechtWritten-By – A. Leroy, Mark Bingham, Michael Smith
|B8||–Rhys Chatham||Excerpts From XS
Drums – James LoHorns – Rhys ChathamWritten-By – Joseph Nechvatal, Rhys Chatham
- Compilation Producer [Edited By] – Carol Parkinson, Claudia Gould, Joseph Nechvatal
- Engineer – Gerald Lindahl
NotesCassette tape in a stickered 7" reel box, with 10 loose 6.5" square inserts in a folded-over cover.
Tellus is a bi-monthly subscription publication of audio art, new music, poerty, and drama. It is for people who are interested in the new, experimental and innovative sounds of the time. In this special issue of #5 and #6, our aim is to publish artists whose ideas are communicated within the audio and visual mediums.
This project was supported through Harvestworks by the New York State Council for the Arts. Special thanks to Jeff McGovern, Fran & Kaz Kuzui, Mark Charles, Esquire and the artists.
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A1 - 1972 Recorded and mixed by Terry Wilson
A2 - 1982 Engineered by A. Leroy Sound Studios, NYC
A3 - from a performance at N.Y. Theatre Ensemble, May 1981
A4 - 1984, from "A Collection Of Encyclopedia's From A to G"
A5 - 1984
A6 - "Smaller Than Life" a 3D performance work
A7 - 1983, Engineered by A. Leroy Sound Studios, NYC
A8 - 1984
B1 - 1982, Engineered by A. Leroy Sound Studios, NYC
B2 - 1984, organized by The Museum of Contemporary Art at Gare Maritime Louis-Jolliet
B3 - Recorded and mixed by Wharton Tiers at Whartons
B4 - 1984
B5 - June 1984, Produced by Doug Bressler and engineered by Mark Mandlebaum
B6 - 1984
B7 - 1984, written by Mark Bingham, A. Leroy & Michael Smith
B8 - 1984, an opera by Rhys Chatham and Joseph Nechvatal