Solid Space Space Museum T-shirt

PRODUCT: Solid Space, Space Museum
Red  Black
A4 (Front) / A3 (Back)
T-SHIRT MODEL: Stanley / Stella Rocker (Man) Stanley / Stella Jazzer (Woman)

In the early 80s, two teenagers who had not yet come of age, made a demo that over the years became a cult object among fans of electronic music and subgenres of synth pop such as minimal wave.

We have tried to follow the DIY indie/punk aesthetic for both sides of the T-shirt combining original typographies, photocopied graphic elements and adding some graphics that were not in the original demo and are part of the graphic universe of the proposal.

Limited edition 25 handnumbered copies only!

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Solid Space, a fleeting British band in the minimal wave/synth-pop genre, emerged in 1981 as a collaboration between Dan Goldstein and Matthew "Maf" Vosburgh. Their sole release, the 1982 album "Space Museum," garnered a devoted following with time.

Recognized for its lo-fi and do-it-yourself (DIY) charm, "Space Museum" showcases minimalist electronic tones, uncomplicated drum machines, and Goldstein's expressionless vocals. The lyrics delve into themes such as alienation, technology, and suburban life. The album's distinctive sound and elusive character have elevated it to a coveted treasure for collectors of minimal wave and synth-pop music.

Despite its limited output and somewhat obscure status, "Space Museum" by Solid Space has experienced a resurgence among genre enthusiasts. Reissues have made it accessible to new audiences, allowing them to appreciate the album's unique and atmospheric qualities. The band's enduring impact is primarily linked to this singular album, providing a glimpse into the experimental and innovative ethos of the early 1980s DIY electronic music scene.