Experimental re-mixer & DJ, Spooky re-mixes a wide variety of audio sources and throwing in beats & electronic sounds going from Williams S. Burroughs, Xenakis, Duchamp to Sonic Youth, Raymond Scott and Iggy Pop. Also features local artists Pamela Z, & Pauline Oliveros. Plenty of interesting and diverse sounds here albeit not a very cohesive one.
(((1))) Minimalist ambient with some spoken bits about imagination.
((((2))))) Possible FCCs “cock” and “asshole” given the context. Allen Ginsburg freestyling” poetry off the word “holy”.
((3)) Hip-hop beat, accordian, more Ginsburg loops, then a bunch of Jean Cocteau en françias.
(((4))) Jazzy bit of Sun Ra improving. Sounds like a straight sample with nothing added/subtracted.
(((5))) Cyclical loops of accordian, piano & Ms. Stein. Drags too long.
((((6)))) Scratch madness hip-hop cut-upperty. Very early 90’s stylee but still a lotta fun.
((((7)))) Whole lotta percussion and Mr. Duchamp talking about art & creative ideas.
(((((8)))) Raymond Scott sampled & layered over each other and some random voices about “paperwork”.
((((9)))) Videogame-y electro and voice cuts up of Pamela Zs. Pretty funny in places.
(((((10))))) Very nice mix of slinky electronics/beats and a British artist.
(((((((11))))))) Fantastic mix of Joyce’s voice and Satie lovely piano tones.
((((12)))) Cyclical clarinet (like a dizzy goose) and some tabla beats, classical samples.
(((13))) Continuation of #12 just more tabla.
((14)) Boring and annoying poetry in Portugese and India or Middle Eastern loops behind it..
((15)) Dogs barking, babies hiccupping.
((((16))))) Jazzy and French surrealist (I think) dialogue.
((17)) Bloopy-blorp techno with a shitty beat.
(((18))) Whale sounds, some sultry lady and some OK clicky beats.
(((19))) Perfect use of Raymond Scott & the “Futurerama” concept (the GM idea not the show)
(((20))) Horns, some operatic chanting.
(((21))) Slinky & funky dub, Margritte en françias & scratching.
((22)) Free-jazz, noodling twaddle.
(((((23))))) Very nice modern trip-hop with jazzy bits.
((((24)))) Really short burst that carries over from #23.
((((25)))) Sad, soundtrack-y violin & piano.
((((26)))) Cycling, big loops of very Glass-y sound.
((((27)))) Jazzy off-kilter beats, voice and randomness.
(((28))) Broken glass rumbling around in a lottery ball.
(29) Tinnatus givin’ awfulness.
((((((30)))))) BIG ASS 60’s MOD-FUNK BEATS! Where’d that come from Thurston & co.?
(((31))) Flute & bouncy, wild percussion. Very off-kilter but interesting.
(((32)))) Middle-Eastern horns, modern slippy/bouncy beats.
(((33))) Early 20th century sounds, electronic, layered randomness.
(((34))) Nice collision between old country marches and club beats.
((35)) Pretty generic wailing and tabla beats.
((36)) Confusing randomness.
((37)) So-so techno, with some piece of drones buried underneath.
(((38))) North African flutes & percussion and some dadaist manifesto im Deutsch.
(((39))) Central Asian beats, sitar, more Deutsch speak re: art & related stuff.
(((40))) Einstruzende Neubauten of the dada-era?
((((41)))) Early corporate futurism with the brillant Mr. Scott’s sound.
(((42))) Strummy sounds with Tibetian (I think given the title) chanting.
(((43))) Spacey electronics. Ghost voices.
((44)) Glitchy electronics nothing special
(((((45)))))) WS Burroughs, Iggy & J. Broadrick whatta trio. Gotta love Iggy’s very Michigan accent!