Great series Hidden Gems and this is a real gem, especially when you realise how it was created..
“ First released in 1994, deleted for around 20 years now! It had uninspiring track titles but that’s what it was like in 1994. All composed pre-multitrack era – on an Amiga 500 computer tracker program with an 8-bit sampler (Technosound Turbo – cost 28 pounds!) and a bunch of willing friends. Original cover is a 12 inch square paper collage.”
A sound collage work that will warp all perceptions of reality.
via Hidden Gems: People Like Us, “Lowest Common Denominator” — Bandcamp Daily
Hello Christina, where are you these days and what have you been up to this past weekend? I was near Brussels visiting a friend this past weekend and we went to a Neolithic grave in a forest. I must admit, back when you released No. 1 on Kranky I had a feeling that there would […]
via Interview with Christina Vantzou — Headphone Commute
released April 6, 2018
A fast and fierce story accompanies this intriguing EP by Taiwanese artist Meuko! Meuko! It tells of a dream in which the narrator finds herself a part of a small gang of scavenger children in a Blade Runner landscape of a city seemingly too old to represent the future. The music is industrial both in […]
via Meuko! Meuko! ~ 鬼島 Ghost Island — a closer listen