Episode #87

The Undead #87- Crammed Discs

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Tuesday, January 20, 1987

The Belgian label Crammed Discs started in 1981 as an extension of Aksak Maboul (Marc Hollander's & Vincent Kenis' band): combining & recycling all kind of musical styles -from electronic to classical- incorporating fake jazz, cultural collisions involving African & Balkan music, minimalism, and inviting musicians from various horizons to collaborate. On this New Sounds, hear a sampling of the early offerings on Crammed Discs: Richard Horowitz & Sussan Deihim, Daniel Schell & Karo, plus the aforementioned Aksak Maboul.
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