This strictly belongs in the “value” market category. A brand that was often sold in Woolworths, it often had a bad reputation for low quality, short duration (often right on the mark, no “2-3 minute slack”) and high drop-out rate. Even the red colour response is a bit compromised. Anyway, their casing is quite memorable from my youth.
The very generic cassettes had the rear note location in that exact design. The colour varied though, the brown was often replaced with a silvery colour instead. The red, green and blue colours were quite common, as well, alluding to the phosphor colours used in TV.
The cassette shell and hub are very generic – in fact, the single spoke design is identical to the Hi-Tech White cover cassette. I don’t have the label on this one, but if you look at ACME Super Grade or the Hi-Tech Black cover, you’ll see what the generic labels of the day looked like.