Started in the ashes of the post-industrial scene of San Francisco and continuing onwards until his final performance in 1986, Deviation Social became an obscure cult phenomenon to followers of industrial tape culture of the 1980s. Only self-releasing his recordings through his Ppresence label, the Deviation Social output was limited to a handful of tapes (some being less than 20 copies) and one sole 7”, all of which fetch $$$ through collectors markets today.
Edited by OrsoOrso on 13 Mar 2010, 23:22
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