Canadian born Nash The Slash retired a few years ago, on May 10th, aged 66 (!) this senior of independent category crushing left completely.
For a personal sum-up of his career visit nashtheslash.com, his documented output can be found here……………..
Honour him if in need for a great evening & don’t miss out on his 1980’s “Children Of The Night” as a solid starting point.
There’s a new blog about the hilarious Frank Weghardt, probably best known as inspiration for the Weber & Schuster EP from 1990. This was released back in the day just after they won the Scharfrichter Price for their musicial cabaret.
Ralf Schuster meanwhile is still also otherwise active solo and in various formations…
Warum ist das Akkordeon Salon Orchester so wie es ist? Vier Lieder mit Erläuterung! from ralf schuster on Vimeo.
More songs and noises can be discovered at soundcloud …
Some stuff I intended to mention (and praise) earlier comes in form of free downloadable releases. This should have been the the first one;
In March 2012 Jim Avignon released some more of charming minimal electro pop odes as in the truest meaning of the word: Unpaid Work.
Get it while it’s up and look around there’s quite a few more to find, nearly all self-published in true DIY spirits like back in the day..