Steuea / Goodiepal / V/Vm ‎– Goodiebag #1VU

V/Vm Test Records ‎– Goodiebag#1VU
Vinyl, 7", Limited Edition, White


Comes in a plastic zip-lock bag with colour insert.

Limited to 300 copies.


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April 10, 2013
The wax looks as though it would taste like candy sticks. Yum!


July 12, 2006
edited over 12 years ago

Here is the Goodiebag, which started it all. Two great tracks from two masters of Scandinavian obscurity, Steuea and Goodiepal, I think that this is the first time we hear My Robotic Skills... by Goodiepal. The same track later made into fame when licensed to Unbearable Recordings on the anthology Unbearable Heroes – Wave Two, and finally covered by Italian Gamers in Exile for the fantastic 2001 Ski-pp release Narc Beacon. The Steuea track is just as good and has kind of the same feeling to it though very different with an ever-changing sound of an Amiga tracker program doing some Scandinavian baroque.

As a bonus you get two V/Vm remixes: one of My Robotic Skills… and one by the Steuea track, and I believe this is actually the only time were V/Vm did remix Goodiepal. Yes, something was happening on this vinyl, which today goes for quite some £££ on eBay. Worth all the pennies for the stupid artwork itself. ACE!


May 31, 2006
edited over 12 years ago
Goodiebag #1vu Released in 1998 or 1999
Goodiepal is Kristian Vester, a young, guiding light in Copenhagen´s submerged dark electronic/experimental circuit, whose day job lies in developing computerised systems.
Confusingly catalogued, the Goodiebags and Demonbags are playful 7"s highlighting a seriously dark but quirky way of audio. Each single packed to bursting with riotous, jaw-dropping evil activity, an intensely playful space of cartoonish discord and frantic, epileptic computer music is opened.
Tracks are riddled with, blipping, crunching texture-bursts, reformulating themselves by the second, leaving you in awe of the freshness and scale of inventive construction. Adrift in his own warped, computer-munchkin universe, Goodiepal awakens tired ears with some brilliant, dark deliriously experi-STAB-mental fun.