Work from 1990 almost exclusively using samples of birds from Tasmania as source material. This comes to me thanks to Alex Muir’s digging through the music library at SFU up the mountain in Burnaby.
I will be the first to admit that I can’t hack everything on this release. Nagorcka‘s various electronic treatments can sound dated […]
Three tracks using the readings of Bryan Lewis Saunders as material/catalyst. I follow von Hausswolff’s work rather closely, and after hearing this release, will begin to follow Lee Gamble‘s as well. Using ‘Personal attributes and identifier deconstructions, computer audio, voice re-synthesis and manipulations’, he builts an incredibly tense atmosphere of almost entomological character, before breaking […]
Subroutines – orchestrated subsonic, bass and baritone music. The tracklist:
1) Drukpa Order – ‘Dung Chen’ – Tibetan Buddhist Rites From The Monasteries Of Bhutan Volume 1: Rituals Of The Drukpa Order From Thimpu And Punakha – Tibet, 197X
2) Toshiya Tsunonda – ‘Drain Hoses’ – Extract From Field Recording Archive #2: The Air Vibration Inside A […]
The Icelandic trio of Sigtryggur Berg Sigmarsson, Helgi Thorsson and Heimir Björgúlfsson (now just the former two) have been doing everything modern and digital longer than most. Tracks like ‘Please Explain!’ are precursors to CoH’s rhythmic and accessible song-length pieces, while a logical extension of ‘Reduce By Reducing’ would bring you directly to eRikm’s most […]