1. Alias of dutch techno producer Orlando Voorn for his ‘Roomservice’ full length album (1994).

2. Short lived German acid-psych sextet which had one limited edition release in 1997 (“Chambers” (vinyl only)). They used vintage equipment and effects such as Farfisa-organ, fuzz & echoing guitars, flute and two beautiful girl voices. These recordings present their previously unreleased second album, 8 cuts that reflect Krautrock inspirations in the vein of Amon Düül 2. Includes 4 tracks from their debut.

Anke Schattefor (vocals/flute)
Dennis Busch (vocals/guitar)
Dominic Schattefor (bass)
Golbarg Zolfaghari (vocals/organ)
Kai Becker (guitar)
Michael Essfeld (drums)

3. Formed in London in 1980 as The Living Room by Peter Astor (vocals, guitar), Andy Strickland (guitar), Bill Prince (bass), and Andy Nott (drums), the band changed its name to The Loft when they discovered a local music venue was also called The Living Room, run by Creation Records boss Alan McGee. The band developed a friendship with McGee and played several gigs for him before signing to his Creation Records label.

On June 08, 2015 two cassette tapes of Pete Astor’s archive recordings of his early 1980s bands, The Damp Jungle (1980) and The Living Room (1982), were released by London label Negative Space Records

Edited by ezears on 17 Jun 2015, 07:33

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