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Daily Archives: January 27th, 2012

Bart Hard – Funk Soul Jazz mix


Johnnie Taylor – Steal Away (The Living World – Wattstax 2, 1973)
The Bar-Kays – Son Of Shaft/Feel It (Wattstax, 1972)
Rufus Thomas – Do The Funky Penguin (Wattstax, 1972)
Stevie Wonder – Contusion (Songs In The Key Of Life, 1976)
Little Joe Curtis – Have Mercy On Me (1967)
Geno Washington – That’s The Way I Like it (1976)
The Jackson 5 – Some Girls Want Me For Their Lover (1968)
The Jackson 5 – You Don’t Have To Be Over Twenty One To Fall In Love (1968)
Gladys Knight & The Pips – I Heard It Through The Grapevyne (Save The Children, 1972)
Otis Redding – I Can’t Turn You Loose (1966)
Coven – Wicked Woman (1969)
The Jackson 5 – Medley: Walk On / The Love You Save (Goin’ Back To Indiana, 1971)
White Noise – Here Come The Fleas (1969)
Burton Greene Quartet – Cluster Quartet (1966)
John Coltrane – Leo (1972)

Neurobit – The War Of The Worlds (C60 cassette) Expected February 2012

limited to 100 copies, 11 copies with Space Invader art object (numbered), also 1 final boss art object of the Space Invaders exists… somewhere in space and time…


They’ll probably move at dawn…

The War of the Worlds was an episode of the American radio drama anthology series, Mercury Theatre on the Air, broadcasted on the October 30, 1938 and directed and narrated by Orson Welles. The radio broadcast was based on the novel by writer H. G. Wells from 1898.

On the 6th of April 2003 Bas Welling (Dj Rioteer) gave his interpration of this radio drama on a local Dutch pirate radio. After the broadcast a small amount of tapes was produced and spread among a select group of people. 

Because of goverment anti-pirate radio regulations and the auctioning of the FM frequencies the pirate radio station stopped broadcasting on the FM, but the crew did a small reunion in September 2011 as part of the Incubate festival in Tilburg. 

2012… the year that The War Of The Worlds recordings appear again. This time by Neurobit, an improvisation project by Bas Welling.The artwork is partly taken from the 2003 edition of the tape, but re-worked so it makes sense in the world as it is today.

Tracklisting (click title to hear mp3 sample):

A Part 1 listen listen listen

B Part 2 listen listen listen