Chamber 38 releases “Eating Yourself Alive” by OSCOB
Eating Yourself Alive is old-school broken transmission: the kind of stuff like ghosting and fuji grid tv, where it’s all reminiscent of old television advertisements, radio jingles, and promotions. Except it’s all mashed together to create an orgy of decrepit and deprecated sounds. This album by OSCOB – owner and operator of Bedlam Tapes – is out on the new imprint called Chamber 38, which is set up kind of like a mix between the SCP Foundation and Dream Catalogue’s run of Vault and Port imprints. The album is available as a pay-what-you-want digital download and for $10 on “Hazmat split” cassette in an edition of fifty.
Check it out below: