Auckland-based group comprised of experimental underground regulars – Tim Coster (field recordings), Richard Francis (computer), Rosy Parlane (guitar, computer), Mark Sadgrove (feedback, linuxcsound), Clinton Watkins (guitar) and Paul Winstanley (electric bass, digital feedback).
Not-quite defunct label based out of an Auckland record store that put out several limited edition underground releases in the 90s and early 00s. One compilation of this material (Fit for Kings) was actually issued on well-known US indie Drunken Fish.
Since the closure of the Crawlspace record store, Crawlspace have been limited to short one-off 7″ releases and casually distribution through mail-order and the K-road market. Truly worth visiting, the market is the place to go to find one-off Snapper and Victor Dimisich Band 7″s, and a variety of abstract low run vinyl releases and even imports.
As punk-edged rock outfit Thela started spinning in different directions in the mid 90s, Dean Roberts started producing his own take on improvisational guitar recordings with solo recording alias White Winged Moth before eventually settling on his own name, after… Read More »Dean Roberts
Dean Roberts, Dion Workman and Paul Douglas. Discography Thela Triple 8″ Lathe-Cut [1995 Ecstatic Peace E#53] Argetina 8″ Lathe-Cut [1996 Ecstatic Peace E#88] Links BandCamp Page LastFM Photo’s on Flickr
With the demise of Thela, Dean Roberts emerged as White Winged Moth, presenting his own guitar-playing in an improvisational guise, which eventually evolved (with his sophmoric release) towards a ditially-altered composition approach. After the relative success of his two Formacentric… Read More »White Winged Moth