I generally refrain from posting material of recent issue (at least outside the format of the Soundscape show itself), but it appears this album is now sold out at the source, and any distributor I know of. Not surprising as it is an edition of only 100 cassettes and Stephen Cornford is rapidly gaining much-deserved […]
A fairly random very-early-morning/very-late-night purchase of mine led to this discovery: a self-titled and self-released cassette by Anode from 1979. An incredible mix of field recording, tape effects, proto-electro and drone which has baffled me for the last week – mostly because it sounds incredibly contemporary. Sections (like the last 6 minutes of ‘Trips North…’) […]
Something of a story behind this one. I ordered a copy from a distributor in France a few years back (where the only copies available for purchase were left), only to find the double single-sided LP had two pieces of same vinyl. Asking the distributor if he had somehow misplaced one of the records and […]
The seminal post for Lost & Found is Seth Nehil‘s One Hour As A Rumpled Sheet. I was familiar with musician and visual artist Seth Nehil’s work with JGrzinich for some time prior, but stumbling accross this ‘album’ a few years ago encouraged me to revisit him with a great deal more interest. I say […]
What was intended to be a show of contemporary classical ending up having nothing particularly classical about it. Call it an exercise in serialism.
1) Frederic Rzewski – ‘Coming Together’ – Attica / Coming Together / Les Moutons De Panurge – United States – 1974
Two versions of this piece appear below. The second and more recent version […]