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Tabs Out | Secret Boyfriend – Memory Care Unit Vol. 2

Secret Boyfriend – Memory Care Unit Vol. 2 3.25.20 by Ryan Masteller Existential crises – we all have them. They can manifest at any given time and affect us in a variety of ways. Sometimes they make us think that anything we try to do, any plan we make, will be rendered useless in due […]

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Tabs Out | Kris and Tavi – Lines in Dirt

Kris and Tavi – Lines in Dirt 3.19.20 by Ryan Masteller Yet another German Army project on Skrot Up, eh? It almost seems like the Bermuda-based imprint is a vanity label of sorts for GeArheads, featuring not only offshoots like Q///Q, Final Cop, and now Kris and Tavi but also German Army itself, who released […]

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Tabs Out | Manuka – Tape Shaping

Manuka – Tape Shaping 3.11.20 by Ryan Masteller Look, I know you can basically do anything with tape, but did you know you can record Eurorack synth patches to reel-to-reel? Me neither, but that’s why I do this, that’s why I’m here: to learn, to get better at my job, to make the Tabs Out […]

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Tabs Out | Diamondstein – American Electric: Remixes from Reflecting on a Dying Man

Diamondstein – American Electric: Remixes from Reflecting on a Dying Man 3.9.20 by Ryan Masteller Am I allowed to reference a post on a website that’s dead at the moment? Like, even link to it? There’s not some sort of digital necrophilia involved or anything, I hope. I could probably go to jail for that. […]

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Tabs Out | Women of the Pore – Folk Music

Women of the Pore – Folk Music 3.3.20 by Ryan Masteller What the heck IS “bunker jazz,” anyway? I honestly don’t know. The internet wants me to listen to something called the Bunker Jazz Band, but that isn’t it – I want to listen to Women of the Pore, the New Brunswick troublemakers responsible for […]

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