Tag Archives: underground

From our audio archives – a recently discovered 2005 experimental LP.

Recorded on a primitive tape recorder in the Summer 2005, and released on CD-R, but only distributed locally among friends, so very rare – this album is bordering between music and non-music, radioplay, dark comedy, and drama. Inspired by the … Continue reading

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Some old chapbooks are available again!

  A small re-run of all our 2009-2010 titles has appeared. If you’re interested in buying any of the books, the price is 5€ per book. For a full list of titles available see: https://newpolishbeat.wordpress.com/starsze-tytuly/ Contact: aj_kaufmann[at]yahoo.com PayPal only (+ … Continue reading

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New Polish Beat prehistory, part 3.

The EP “A Universe Alone” has been released on CD-R in 2006 under the New Polish Beat name. Around 30 copies were made.

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Säure Adler – Transmitting Poland-Argentina (full album) Nebular Silence, 2018.

Yet another album by A.J. Kaufmann’s Säure Adler, released on the Argentinian netlabel Nebular Silence. Check it out. Säure Adler is a krautrock/experimental Polish project with many years of experience, but this time it brings thirteen tracks recorded at 2018 … Continue reading

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Säure Adler – Kwasarstunde (Full Album) Aumega Project 2018

A.J. Kaufmann’s long running underground krautrock project Säure Adler has released its Kosmische-Musik inspired “Kwasarstunde” album on the German Aumega Project netlabel early this year. Please check out other bands and projects supported by this great kraut/psych/space-rock/lo-fi + oriented label… … Continue reading

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Doug Draime – 5 Poems, 2009. Rest In Peace Doug.

Doug Draime emerged as a presence in the ‘underground’ literary movement in the late 1960’s in Los Angeles. Most recent books include: “Knox County” (Kendra Steiner Editions) and “Los Angeles Terminal: Poems 1971-1980” (Covert Press). Forthcoming: “Boulevards Of Oblivion” (Tainted … Continue reading

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