A Love That's Noise

by T54

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    Hand made, hand dubbed, hand cut cassette tape. Artwork by Oscar Guerrero. Catalogue number: MIC0017

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T54 bring us a compilation of 13 songs, recorded between March and August 2011. These songs were initially released as 4 separate limited edition ‘Poster EPs’ (an idea conceived by Matt Scobie) - a format which, upon purchase of a poster (designed by either Leo Buckett or Oscar Guerrero), one would find a mediafire link taped on the back, which upon summoning on the world wide, could access the hits in a digital format - fucken crafty.

T54 needed something to sell at Camp a Low Hum 2012, so the Fostex was summoned to the bedroom floor and ‘A Love That’s Noise’ was born (cassette artwork design by Oscar Guerrero). Since the group sold next to no copies that year we’ve decided to give it a second wind in an extended, deluxe reissue package. Lovingly crafted with the highest degree of sickness and customer satisfaction in mind, it comes to you as a 60 minute hi-bias cassette tape for $6.00 + postage or ‘pay as you see fit’ digital download.

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released February 20, 2012

Catalogue number: MIC0020 (digital) MIC0017 (cassette).

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Melted Ice Cream is a record label and music collective based in and around Christchurch, New Zealand.

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