Posts tagged with "Headboggle"

Video Premiere: Headboggle – “IDM PROMO”

October 4, 2016

Video Premiere: Headboggle – “IDM PROMO” Headboggle and Malocculsion are two of the Bay Area’s most prolific artists. Mr. ‘Boggle (Derek Gedalecia) has a staggering discography that, as far as I can tell, is unblemished by mediocrity. Malocculsion’s label Ratskin Records is a central institution to Oakland’s noise scene. Of course... 

Week in Review #80

August 8, 2015

Week in Review #80 “It’s that time of year again where my old pal Chris Berry of the Soft Abuse and Fruits & Flowers labels makes his annual trek down to Mankato to join me on the podcast show. This is something we’ve been doing since the start of the podcast, for five consecutive years now (maybe more even),... 

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... 

Side-by-Side: Hausu Mountain’s Mugen Series, Vol. 5-8

May 22, 2014

Side-by-Side: Hausu Mountain’s Mugen Series, Vol. 5-8 Chicago oddity outhouse Hausu Mountain has had a hell of a year, highlighted/underlined/bolded by a string of the label’s strongest outings yet, with entries from Black Hat, Lockbox, Sugarm, William Selman, Moth Cock, and a Jerry Paper/Andy Boay split. HausMo now returns rather swiftly with another... 

Diego’s Moments Amidst the Madness: Live Accounts of 2013

January 21, 2014

Diego’s Moments Amidst the Madness: Live Accounts of 2013 The timing was uncanny. I had just decided, in a fit of frustration, that I would not commemorate 2013 with the requisite “best-of” list. There was too much, too little, and the narrative thread of my life too disorganized, for me to think of any orderly summation. Then our Herr Editorr Crawford... 

New Interfaces #3: Faces of the Modern Cassette Underground

December 5, 2013

New Interfaces #3: Faces of the Modern Cassette Underground So far, we’ve been focusing primarily on electroacoustic music from Western European countries, created during the decades immediately after World War II. It was during this period that early electronic and magnetic tape technology began to reach a broader audience: clusters of talented individuals...