Laughing Hands worked in the experimental music scene in Melbourne in the very early 1980s. They were an improvisation group using tapes, synthesizers, guitar, and hand percussion much of which was then treated through the synthesizers, producing their soft, insistent and rhythmic sound. Dog Photos was originally released in 1981 by band's own label Adhesive records. The sounds in these 11 pieces are a combination of direct to tape and cassette to tape recordings, a perfect mix of electronic tape explorations, spectral synths shadings, and foreground rhythm abstractions. For fans of: Chris & Cosey, Dome, Cabaret Voltaire, Coil. Engineered by David Chesworth. Remastered at Plataforma Continental by José Guerrero.