—Pathways to Grandmothers, Parts 1 & 2
A meditative accordion concert by Pauline Oliveros (born May 30, 1932, Houston, Texas).
Pauline Oliveros is an American accordionist and composer, and a central figure in the development of post-war electronic art music.
Above piece is Pathways to Grandmothers, and was Broadcast on KPFK, Close Radio, on January 5, 1978. it consists of two parts, Part 1 (1 hour and 14 minutes) and Part 2 (15 minutes and 24 seconds).
Perfect blur … Hell Broke Luce by masLucena
Glitch art installation: data.path by Ryoji Ikeda
Perfect blend of audio-visual:
"One of Japan’s leading electronic composers, Ryoji Ikeda (born 1966) manipulates sound in various "raw" states, often using frequencies at the very limits of human hearing. Occupying a unique soundworld between ambient electronica, sinewave noise and glitch beats, Ikeda’s music has expanded into art contexts more extensively than any of his contemporaries."
26 SEP 2013 — 5 JAN 2014
Espacio Fundación Telefónica, Madrid, ES
Glitch art in music: data.matrix by Ryoji Ikeda (2005)
As JM Bell put it
"some call this ultraminimalism. me, I just sit back and enjoy" …
Label: Raster-Noton, CCI Recordings
Catalog#: R-N 068, R-N 068
Rn4-09 by Aoki Takamasa (2009) looks like a good entrance after a 5-month break, don’t you agree?
Oh, yes, we are back …
LIGHT by Ekincan Sener (2014)
Musicless Musicvideo / THE PRODIGY - firestarter. by Mario Wienerroither
The Prodigy’s video for seminal ’90s dance hit Firestarter was always unsettling. But remove the music, replace the siren-like samples, and strip away the cycling bass loop, and you’re left with something even weirder.
(found via The Verge)
Because I love them :F
Book Machine project with OneStarr Press at Centre Pompidou, Paris (2013). By Mika Tajima:
The Book Machine project deals with production after writing — post script. These are the immaterial activities that follow the labor of writing: design, communication, discourse, and knowledge production. What is materialized from these labors is a book presented in a physical structure all shaping the encounter with the contents of the publication.
See (and read) more here.
Kaoru Abe | Solo Alto Saxophone | Winter 1972 | Originally released as bootleg LP in 1974 | PSF Records | 2004
The toast or terror of the 1970s Tokyo jazz underground, depending who you ask.