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massdist on 02/22/2018 at 09:50PM
Oh my god, I'm done!
Over 100 MASS DIST records made over 25 years are now up on the Free Music Archive! ALL OF THEM!
This took months and months, and years and years, and hours and hours every week. I'm relieved. I'm exhausted. I'm very proud.
I want to thank Jonah Rapino, Cesar Siguencia, and Cheyenne Hohman for all the help! And thanks to the Free Music Archive for being such a great home for all of our music!
To tie it up, one last batch of rando weirdo MASS DIST for you:
I got a couple ideas of things I'd like to upload to the FMA in the future, but the big pile is done. The mountain is levelled. I can rest. Move on to other ridiculous things.
I'LL BE BACK!
massdist on 11/28/2017 at 01:35PM
Let us celebrate my hero, Jonah Rapino.
His music is light years ahead, I'll explain.
Jonah, I think, is a musical visionary, in that, he see’s music, and this includes an advanced mind when it comes to writing, arranging, producing, performing, editing, the whole nine. I've sat beside him many times making records, and to see him sculpt the sound, hearing things that you can't hear, creating future music, has endlessly inspired me. And let it be known that Jonah is my partner here at Mass Dist so bear with my bias. But his body of music represents boundless creativity and forward thinking. Within these projects Jonah has experimented with live quadrophonic sound, DIY visuals, theatrics, costumes, string ensembles, electronics, etc, and his sublime production. He was way ahead of, not only his friends, but the scene, in general. And best of all - the music. Jonah is a violinist, so prepare to be entertained by violin over beats, people. He's trying new things. Curently, Jonah has moved on to Ethiopian Orchestras, Big Time Movie Soundtracks, and his beloved Devil Music, but maybe if we scream loud enough he’ll humor us with new diy recordings. Jonah! Jonah! Jonah!
And now, on the Free Music Archive, Jonah Rapino's Complete Mass Dist Works:
ALL HERE AT MASS DIST
massdist on 10/24/2017 at 05:47PM
L A DRUGS, TWICED O, FORX, GABE BOYER, SAM BIKOV, HENRY SEASE, SHADES, BOILS, AND MALABASTER!!!!!!
Freaking awesome music. What an odd bunch. But, seriously, these are some heavy hitters. Tune in.
Also, I'd like to publically thank Cesar Siguencia for the help this past summer uploading all this music to the FMA.
massdist on 08/23/2017 at 06:21PM
3 oddball CSC Funk Band releases on the internet for the first time!
"Live at Zebulon" is our first tape. 4 pretty tight performances. Repetition Repetition Repetition.
"Racket" is a compilation of some one off live jams. A little looser.
"Free" is a mess. I'm not even sure it's listenable but it sure is fun.
massdist on 08/18/2017 at 02:17AM
We uploaded 5 more Mass Dist records to the FMA!
This is a random batch.
Love Handlers is psychedelc noise rock.
Blind Mitre is southern art rock.
Hot Tang is lo fi noise.
Harry Fishpye and the Brown Sound is gypsy folk.
Colin and Deya is lo fi folk.
All Classic Albums.
massdist on 08/02/2017 at 01:46AM
Hello! Over the next several months Mass Dist will be uploading it's entire catalog to the Free Music Archive! We're very excited and thankful to be doing this.
Every few days Mass Dist will drop another few records. Mass Dist existed from 1994 - 2012 and was the brain child of Colin Lagenus and Jonah Rapino.
To start, these first 5 Mass Dist records uploaded to the FMA comprise the output of the first year and a half of the USAISAMONSTER.
Usaisa prolifically genre hopped and tried everything and everyone at it's beginning.
These recordings feature Colin Langenus, Tom Hohmann, Adam Taber, Jeremy Harris, Sara Shapouri, Chris Uraney, Tony Spazziani, Raw Dawg, Vlad, and maybe more.
1 is noise jams.
Soul Jerker is art punk.
Weed Blood is stoner metal.
Trippy Yet Wholesome is folk rock.
5 is power violence.
Thanks for the time.