Zebra Mu “Faith Crap” recycled tape loop

QCS_151 Zebra Mu “Faith Crap” recycled tape loop (edition of 11)

Combining minimal no input improvisation shriek with layered spoken word passages from heavily stretched/disintegrating bible tapes. No two tape loops are the same! Rough and crap just the way Jesus likes it!

Each 5(ish) second loop is housed in a recycled The Good News Bible tape shell; this is packaged in a rubber-stamped toilet roll. Every copy includes a unique collaged and rubber-stamped mini postcard.


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Tristan Burfield & Zebra Mu “Untitled” File/Download

QCS_150 Tristan Burfield & Zebra Mu “Untitled” File/Download

Two previously unreleased live recordings between Zebra Mu and Tristan Burfield, captured during the hazy summer of 2019. Improvised noise manoeuvres expressing suburban abandonment and desolation, particularly felicitous during these weird times.

Officially sanctioned once again by the Norwich Noise Improvement District.

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Tristan Burfield “Planned Obsolescence” CDr

QCS_149 Tristan Burfield “Planned Obsolescence” CDr (edition of 20)

Following on from his core Chiptune trilogy: Pocket Music, 8-bit Renegade and 8 Nes Songs LP, Tristan Burfield returns to his roots and explores the limitations of the Gameboy Advance Soundchip. Creating warm and powerful sounds through hacking a simple humble consumer device. Another excellent release from this QCS veteran!

B&W folded cover is printed onto red paper, each copy includes a paper insert and rubber-stamped CDr.

£4.50 (UK)
£6.80 (Europe)
£7.50 (Worldwide)
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Daniel J. Gregory & Territorial Gobbing “Cry Weak Dada Encounter Chapter 2” s/sided C90

QCS_148 Daniel J. Gregory & Territorial Gobbing “Cry Weak Dada Encounter Chapter 2” s/sided C90 (edition of 20)

˙˙˙˙ɹɐǝ ɹnoʎ sᴉ ʇɐɥʇ uᴉɐɹp ǝɥʇ uʍop lɐɹᴉds snoɔsᴉʌ ǝɥʇ ɥƃnoɹɥʇ ʇɹɐʇs puɐ doʇs (ɹǝʇɐl ʇsᴉl sᴉɥʇ oʇ ǝɹoɯ ppɐ) sɯnɹp ‘lᴉoɟ uᴉʇ ‘sǝlqɹɐɯ ‘soᴉpɐɹ ‘sǝdɐʇ ‘sɹɐʇᴉnפ ˙ʇɐɥʍ pᴉp oɥʍ uǝʇʇoƃɹoɟ ʎlǝʇǝldɯoɔ ǝʌɐɥ I ˙ǝuop ʎlpǝsoddns ǝɹǝʍ ʇɐɥʇ sǝɔǝᴉd ɹǝɥʇo sɐ dn uɹnʇ ʎluǝppns ʇsol puɐ pǝllǝqɐlun ‘ɟɟo ʞɔɐɹʇ ʇsol sʞɔɐɹ┴ ˙puǝlq ɹǝɟsuɐɹʇǝʍ pɹɐpuɐʇs ʍou ǝɥ┴ ˙ǝʇnuᴉɯ ʇsɐl ǝɥʇ ʇɐ ǝʌɹǝu ɹᴉǝɥʇ ƃuᴉsol sɹǝʇsʞuɐɹd oᴉpnɐ dn ɯɐǝʇ ǝlqɐʇᴉʌǝuI

Each stickered black PMD interview cassette is packaged in a rubber-stamped A5 manilla envelope with colour artwork courtesy of Daniel J. Gregory mounted onto the front. Every copy includes a folded A4 insert, printed in black, red or magenta ink onto yellow paper.


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Zebra Mu “Locked Up and Down” 3″CDr

QCS_147 Zebra Mu “Locked Up and Down” 3″CDr (edition of 18)

14 tracks recorded during England’s second lockdown, showcasing an assortment of styles from raw frantic noise to late night tape loop noodling. Reclusive lifestyle noise.

Folded green, red and black cover is printed onto purple card, every copy also includes a blue and black insert printed onto light grey paper. Each CDr is rubber-stamped and packaged in a zip lock bag.


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Norfolk Trotter “Reel-to-Reel Flint Loop” CDr


QCS_146 Norfolk Trotter “Reel-to-Reel Flint Loop” CDr (edition of 24)

A 50 minute recording documenting a 1960’s Stella Stellaphone ST470/00 reel-to-reel tape machine playing a 16 second loop of sounds derived from grinding/rubbing several sizeable flint nodules together. No effects pedals, digital processing or editing was employed. One of the flint nodules contained naturally occurring holes which acted as a handy capstan for the tape loop.
The wall itself is reminiscent (in my opinion) of a crackling fire complimented by the gentle whirring of the tape machine in the background. As the recording progresses the textures change very slightly, this is due to the rough surface of the flint nodule damaging the magnetic tape. Listeners may also notice towards the end of the recording the tape machine begins producing a distinct clicking sounds as it struggles to play the loop.

B&W folded cover and insert is printed onto yellow paper, every CDr is rubber-stamped. A small segment of the original tape loop used in the recording is included with each copy.



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Zebra Mu “Record 2 Mouth 2” s/sided recycled CS

QCS_145 Zebra Mu “Record 2 Mouth 2” s/sided recycled CS (edition of 16)

Cleansing ultra-lo-fi microcassette sound/noise collage merriment, stitching and splicing together assorted recordings from various sound sources and instruments. Listeners will encounter sonic treats such as bad harmonica playing, microcassette loops, Atari Punk Console jams, circuit bent FX pedal prodding and sticking contact mics on random things.

Artwork is printed in blue ink onto light pink paper, includes an additional insert printed in magenta ink onto light blue paper. Dubbed onto either black, light grey or clear Reader’s Digest cassettes (the Zebra Mu side is labelled), each is housed in either a black backed or clear library case.


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Zebra Mu “Urine Tantrum” b/card CDr

QCS_144 Zebra Mu “Urine Tantrum” b/card CDr (edition of 24)

Two short and sharp noise compositions dedicated to our beloved pets pissing on soft furnishings. Faded stains, lingering damp patches and faint odours.

Art work is printed in either red or green ink onto red paper. Each copy includes a folded white paper insert printed in yellow ink, with additional rubber-stamped information. Two colour stickers decorate every CDr (either a transparent or white inkjet printable type).


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Stuart Chalmers / Michael Ridge “Split” C15

QCS_143 Stuart Chalmers / Michael Ridge “Split” C15 (edition of 19)

Stuart Chalmers makes a welcome return to QCS for this eclectic split tape! We each present distinctly different tracks from varied sound sources, ranging from noise, vinyl manipulation, rubber-band guitar twanging, ambient, lo-fi and tape loop experimentation.

Black and magenta art work is printed onto recycled craft brown paper, each cassette features a black shell with colour labels.


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Zebra Mu “Tape Horn Sick” C5

QCS_142 Zebra Mu “Tape Horn Sick” C5 (edition of 11)

Heavy drone-like noise and distorted junk nonsense interspersed with incoherent/rambling vocals, not particularly wholesome.

Each stickered cassette is packaged in a medical grade fold-up sick bag, every bag is also adorned with a rubber-stamped sticker. Included is a black and white folded A5 paper insert printed onto light green paper.


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