Lasse Marhaug released between 60 to 70 cassette tapes in the 90-ies. These tapes were released in limited quantities in the noise/metal underground and have been unavailable for years, so for many this will be the first time to hear this music. From the early cut-up voice and turntable experiments, to the later full-on wall-of-sound scrap metal noise.
Mostly solo work (none of Marhaug's work with Origami Replika is represented), but there's also collaboration tracks with artists like Macronympha, Grunt and Bad Kharma. All tracks selected by Marhaug himself, after carefully going through and digitally transfering all of his cassettes from the period, and remastered by Tommi Keränen. Packaged in a handsome custom-made box which comes with a 24 page booklet of photos, cover reproductions and liner-notes by Tommy Carlsson (Abisko, Segerhuva) and Tore Honore Bøe (Origami Republika, The Nordic Miracle); both old friends of Lasse and long-time champions of the cassette format.