Sat, 28 June 2008
Listen Ability Rating: A cross pollination of my own with the sounds of Mr. OJ Simpson and the curse of literature.
So to be brief in a sense I will make it clear that this is not anything you would be interested in hearing. But go ahead and listen anyway. "I got a bullseye on my front and a dollar sign on my back," laments the Juice while we ponder the purgatory of his existence.
Following this we listened to Arnold Dreyblatt's poetic langour termed "Brushtones". Off of an Atlantic Waves compilation from 2006.
Running thru the street with the green knife and infected by Polish novels while stranded...We close the trio of sound with Danças Ocultas and their piece, "Alchimie."
Sun, 27 January 2008
Listen Ability Rating: This episode may be more easily digested than a burger at Mickey D's!
This time I've decided to create a free flowing mix of sound fom a variety of recordings. The first excerpt that comes into your ears is a snippet from that crazy bagpiper Rufus Harley. His Re-Creation of the Gods gets us locked and loaded with "Nobody knows the trouble we've seen".
The "Missing Voice" comes hautingly forward from the mind of Janet Cardiff. Fragments of the voice find their way into the many crevices of this episode.
From the city to the jungle we enter the world of Flourescent Gray with their quaintly titled sonnet, "A Peruvian Shaman Sits Down To Make IDM On His Laptop."
Amid the filter can we can also make out the mildly manipulated sounds of Haco's "Start up + no wave."
Enjoy the return for a while!