I know Due Process from A Person's Guide to Healthy Listening, but that's it. Discogs, which admittedly you could probably look up all by yourself, describes them as featuring Thomas Dimuzio, Ron Lessard (the man behind RRRecords) and John Wiggins, Due Process knows how to crank it out. While they can create a terrific din, the music actually leans a bit in the ambient direction, with lower dynamics and muffled timbres, albeit with a raucous pandemonium of noise just beneath the surface. This tape captures what was apparently their final RRRadio broadcast, RRRadio having been aired once a month through agency of WZBC Boston College Radio and comprising spontaneous live transmission of sound collages with improvisational musical accompaniment. This one additionally features a shitload of presumably prerecorded contributions from Dave Prescott, Floating Concrete Octopus, Franz De Waard, HNAS, Korm Assemblage, PGR, Psychic Rally, Schimpfluch, Black Museum, The Jamie Shalar Band, Uvegraf, Violence + The Sacred, and Etant Donnes; although as you will hear, there didn't seem to be whole lot of point in further dividing the whole up into anything smaller than four sides of tape, so it's more or less a continuous piece. I'm sure it would be massively lazy to compare it to Nurse With Wound, but it's closer to Nurse With Wound than it is to Menudo, and scores highly on the what the fuck will happen next? spectrum.
Noise, musique concrete, weird twanging sounds, speech, tapes - what's not to love?