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I've also just released a tape by Dave Burraston under his Bryen Telko alias. Pretty crazed stuff and quite different from the NYZ tapes. It's available here; 

 

https://feraltapes.bandcamp.com/album/bryen-telko-find-any-tape-header

 

Or at Norman Records (with glowing review); 

 

https://www.normanrecords.com/records/161351-bryen-telko-find-any-tape-header

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I've also just released a tape by Dave Burraston under his Bryen Telko alias. Pretty crazed stuff and quite different from the NYZ tapes. It's available here;

https://feraltapes.bandcamp.com/album/bryen-telko-find-any-tape-header

Or at Norman Records (with glowing review);

https://www.normanrecords.com/records/161351-bryen-telko-find-any-tape-header

Do it, it's a belter.

 

Dave did a small interview with Matrixsynth for the gear heads.

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