Posts tagged with "Experimedia"

Week in Review #112

April 2, 2016

Week in Review #112 #1 – 3.28.16 – The Bandcamp Blog ran an extensive feature on Dust-to-Digital’s wonderful Music of Morocco: Recorded by Paul Bowles, 1959, a career-capping collection that Bowles recorded across North Africa while working “under the auspices of the Library of Congress”... 

Week in Review #72

June 13, 2015

Week in Review #72 Congratulations to Juan Felipe Herrera on being named the US poet laureate, and congratulations to anyone who might be my or anybody else’s fellow American, we’ve got a pretty swanky poet laureate — who happens to have tremendous delivery. Here he is speaking at the Festival de Flor... 

From the Archives: Motion & Soundlessness – Lawrence English’s The Peregrine

March 25, 2015

From the Archives: Motion & Soundlessness – Lawrence English’s The Peregrine Originally released in 2011, Lawrence English’s The Peregrine saw the Brisbane, Australia-based producer and Room40 owner poised at the precipice of a long and hallowed discography, including revered works of processed sound on Touch, Line, Immune, Autumn, Baskaru, and his own Room40, among... 

Week in Review #58

March 7, 2015

Week in Review #58 #1 – 3.1.2015 – Ohio based Apothecary Compositions unveiled their slick debut label compilation, Elite Batch; “This compilation showcases past, present and future members of the Apothecary Compositions team. Music from Druid Cloak, Hasta, Slick Shoota, Myler, Silkersoft, Bathaus,... 

Week in Review #56

February 21, 2015

Week in Review #56 The new FFFoxy Podcast will be delayed until later today since the stalwart David Perron had to postpone recording until this morning — we’ll point you to the new installment ASAP. In the meantime, I thought I’d clear out an older tidbit that caught my eye this week: a wonderful feature... 

Jeremy Bible’s Top 10 & Beyond, 2014

December 10, 2014

Jeremy Bible’s Top 10 & Beyond, 2014 It’s 2014 and snobbery is finally dead, a dinosaur now extinct and laid to rest as the sediment piles on. The playing field has been leveled, opening the way to an era of creative freedom like no other. Infinite influences and styles are being thrown together in an eclectic stew of sounds. What... 

Something Mystical Going On: An Interview with Headboggle

August 6, 2014

Something Mystical Going On: An Interview with Headboggle My previous effort to get into the head of Derek “Headboggle” Gedalecia gave me a close look at the turbulent politics of the San Francisco Bay Area noise scene. After Derek had to cancel our meeting at the last minute, a resulting lengthy interview with Greg Garbage netted facetious death... 

Video Premiere: Head Boggle – “’56 Tune”

June 12, 2014

Video Premiere: Head Boggle – “’56 Tune” Derek Gedalecia’s Head Boggle guise has been splitting skulls and rifling through the contents within for several years now from his San Francisco locale, largely via cassettes issued by outsider institutions like Digitalis Limited, 905 Tapes, SicSic Tapes, Hausu Mountain, Fag Tapes, and many... 

Jeremy Bible – Collisions

April 30, 2014

Jeremy Bible – Collisions Whether you realize it or not, you’re probably already familiar with Jeremy Bible. Well, assuming you’ve taken more than a cursory glance at Decoder’s past posts. The Ohio-based multi-media artist has had more than a hand in shaping experimental music (as an aural tastemaker with the... 

Decoder’s Week(s) in Review #2

December 7, 2013

Decoder’s Week(s) in Review #2 Continuing from last month, we’re glad to present the second installment of our Week in Review — this time a double edition to account for Thanksgiving week, which we spent dutifully with our families. The obvious stand-out here is how Weird Canada chose to celebrate the birthday of its fearless...