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The Sound of Indifference - excerpt 1
The Sound of Indifference - excerpt 2
The Sound of Indifference - excerpt 3
The Sound of Indifference - excerpt 4

Aural Indifference

The Sound of Indifference (tape)

Label: Minimal Wave

Format: Tape

Genre: Experimental

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**300 copies** Minimal Wave is proud to present The Sound of Indifference, a rare cassette released in 1981 by Aural Indifference. Aural Indifference was a post-punk studio collective from Sydney, Australia. The two principal members were Brian Spencer Hall (the M Squared in house producer) and Kevin Purdy. The cassette album, The Sound of Indifference, was released in 1981, featuring tracks such as “Theme”, “Park, and “Man Am I Progressive”. Their sound ranges from minimal synth, to post-punk to quirky guitar-driven electronic folk music, some of it resembling John Maus. “Theme” appeared as the closing track on The Minimal Wave Tapes: Volume Two compilation and “The Park” appeared on The Bedroom Tapes compilation. Here for the first time, we are offering a reissue of the original cassette, remastered from original source tapes.

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Cat. number: MW071
Year: 2020

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