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An Anthology Of Noise & Electronic Music / Third A Chronology 1952-2004.


Tracklist
–Bernard Parmegiani    De Natura Sonorum: Matières Induites    3:44
–Hugh Le Caine    Short Presentation Of The 1948 Sackbut: The Sackbut Blues, Followed By A Noisome Pestilence    3:25
–Keith Fullerton Whitman / Hrvatski    Stereo Music For Serge Modular Prototype    5:30
–Ilhan Mimaroglu    The Last Largo    9:33
–Michael J Schumacher    Room Pieces: Excerpt    4:41
–Justin Bennett    Ovipool    3:25
–Scott Gibbons / Lilith    Reciprocal    3:30
–Fred Szymanski / Modular (2)    Flume    6:41
–Francisco López    Untitled #148    10:03
–Zbigniew Karkowski    Execution Of Intelligence    8:20
–Masami Akita / Merzbow    Birds And Warhorse    11:30
–Michel Chion    Requiem: Dies Irae    6:00
–Erkki Kurenniemi    Sähkösoittimen Ääniä #4 + #1    5:26
–Carsten Nicolai / Alva Noto    Time…Dot (3)    4:26
–Peter Rehberg / Pita    Early Work 6    3:00
–Herbert Eimert & Robert Beyer    Klangstudies II    4:43
–Günther Rabl    Eve    6:00
–Asmus Tietchens    Teilmenge 35 C    4:40
–Michael Rother    Feuerland    7:20
–Faust    The Faust Tapes: Untitled #16 + #17    2:55
–To Rococo Rot    Contacte    4:30
–Rune Lindblad    Till Zakynthos (Op. 205)    13:39
–Carl Michael Von Hausswolff & Erik Pauser / Phauss    Eternal Love #3  13:07

 

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Helene Breschand - Octopus.

 

Harpist Hélène Breschand performs two challenging works by Eliane Radigue and Kasper T. Toeplitz with results intended for deep listening.

The first sees Hélène perform ‘Occam Ocean XVI’ for acoustic harp, drawing out a rich array of sonorities from a single pitch across its 27 minute duration. The first 9 minutes are intensely meditative, with the effect of drawing our eyelids to half mast in the manner of best Eliane Radigue music, before that hypnagogic traction gives way to flurries of pitter-patter strings for the mid-section, only to return to the pharmaceutically effective microtonal drones in the final half.

In a smart contrast, Hélène’s take on ‘Convergence, Saturation & Dissolution’ by Kaspar T. Toeplitz is performed on electric harp and live-electronics. Where the former piece is dense but minimal, this piece feels diffuse and vast, emerging from a minute of peripheral, near infrasonic rumbles and sferic timbres to a geologically slow-moving 26 minutes of elliptical oscillators to a coruscating, distorted peak and hellish noise finale. 

 

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Posted (edited)

Wholehearted agreement with Radigue and Oliveros. Shame this music will remain unknown to those who prefer their endless repressings of Abbey Road!

 

Are those write-ups your own? 

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On 01/01/2020 at 2:26 PM, ericd said:

Wholehearted agreement with Radigue and Oliveros. Shame this music will remain unknown to those who prefer their endless repressings of Abbey Road!

 

Are those write-ups your own? 

Sorry, ericd, I only just saw that bottom line.

I didn't write that summation

I can't remember where I got it from. Maybe Boomkat or Dusty Groove.

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Not sure if this the right thread, but I just read that Hildur Gudnadottir became the first woman (as a solo artist) to win a Golden Globe for best film score for Joker. I didn't even know she did that, now I will have to see it. It's that weird realisation that your favourite 'underground' artist suddenly became world famous while you weren't paying attention.

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Strain Crack & Break

Music from the Nurse With Wound List Vol 1 (France) 

Various artists contribute songs that were influential to NWW back in the 70s & early 80s. Some extraordinary gems to be discovered.... 

 

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Massimo Toniutti - il Museo Salvatico Disc 2

Random drones, personal ambient spaces and found sounds. An immersive and peculiar experience

 

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