Mixed bag tonight – but to my credit I spared you a holiday themed consumerist extravaganza with carols played on tuned resampled cash registers (although, maybe that should be posted anyhow?).
1 – Charlemagne Palestine – ‘SchlingenCassettenBlängen’ – SchlingenCassettenBlängen – United States, 1977 
A previously unreleased version of Charlemagne Palestine’s composition, the first appearance of which only came […]
Subjugated to a slowly growing variety of increasingly nefarious bugs and glitches, my laptop more or less gave up this ghost this morning. Having learned about redundancy the hard way (several times), the loss is thankfully limited to the finances of a replacement. However. this event also left me without my normal means of preparing […]
Though already several years old, this release has rather slipped under the radar – and I use that metaphor referencing electromagnetic fields in the radio-wave spectrum rather purposefully.
Walking a hazy line between unadulterated field recording, radio art and mixed analogue recording sound artifacts, this work is highly evocative of what is now, as far as […]
I’ve never really known what to think of Michael Esposito. Whether he undertakes his EVP (Electronic Voice Phenomena) recordings with an archival or artistic approach (and, more to the point, whether his understanding of the phenomena themselves is spiritual or sociological) is perhaps irrelevant to the impact of his work. Deeply emotionally charged, often without […]
There are, what, 24 million registered voters in Canada? About 15 million of whom actually vote. That is approximately 12.8% of America’s projected turnout from this election – or somewhere between the electoral weight of Texas and California. Given the turnout at our last election, we may not even be that far removed from Americans’ […]