A recent (2005) 7″ by Enore Zaffiri which accompanied the Italian magazine Miele and limited to 125 copies. Riverberazioni Sonore collects two contemporary pieces by Zaffiri (two variations of the eponymous track from 1998) and an older document – ‘The Dark Lady’ from 1973. The former pair of tracks are pieces of percussion and tuned […]
My copy of this record has perhaps the most foul-smelling sleeve I have ever had the misfortune of owning. Despite being sealed (which is incredible considering it came from the Ivory Coast in 1980), I could practically smell it when I went onto the porch to grab it from the mailbox. I may well have […]
Unlike its by now well-distributed precursors, Music From Saharan Cellphones Vol. 1 and Vol. 2, the third edition does not yet seem to be widely available. Obviously you already have a copy in the mail on its way to you from Sahel Sounds as I type, but I figured I could save you the trouble […]
For those of us among the file-sharing community, the shutdown of Holy Warbles, first indirectly through the seizure of Megaupload’s servers by the FBI, then directly by Blogger, is a hard blow to take. A site full of incredibly rare ethnographic and field recordings built on the idea that the music deserved to be heard […]
[ 17 February , 2012; 20:00 to 23:59. ] A night of electroacoustic improvisation and drone featuring Fieldhead, Chris Tenz & Mongst is happening from 8 PM to midnight on Friday, February 17th, 2012 at Blim. Admission is a sliding scale from $8-10.
Blim is located at 115 E Pender, and while you wait around for the music to start, you can peruse whatever amazing […]