People Like Us | The MirrorDiscrepant (LP/DL) People Like Us (Vicki Bennett) has most definitely left her indelible mark on the world of experimental sound since the early 90’s, now and forever. Released on vinyl by Discrepant these eleven tracks on The Mirror were previously out on CD last year (Cutting Hedge). Bennett’s signature brand […]
via The Mirror by People Like Us — The Future of Music One Record at a Time
People Like Us ( Vicki Bennett) is a true master of the dark arts of plunderphonics.
“Since 1992, she has developed an immediately recognisable aesthetic repurposing pre-existing footage to craft audio and video collages with an equally dark and witty take on popular culture”.
You get to my age and it’s spot the song from my past but it’s done with such seemless magic that something so familiar becomes wholly new and shiny.
Vicki Bennett reflects on The Mirror, unlocking the archives and a curious cease and desist order
The Wire – May 2018
The Spires That In The Sunset Rise member considers the negotiations between bodies and environments, time and space.
via Ka Baird’s Transcendent Experimentalism — Bandcamp Daily
I have known of Ka Baird’s music since starting this journey and I always felt that here was an artist who was wonderfully creative and expressive in her art.
This was proved to me when I watched her performance at Tusk Festival here in the UK via the livestream. Her presence on the stage was sheer “ecstatic energy and a cathartic experience” and her vocal manipulations and electronic processing of her flute was a joy to watch and listen.
But hey, don’t listen to me, make your own minds up –
Dominique Vaccaro: field recordings, tape manipulation, stereo looper
Experimental, abstract, field recordings, free form, improvisation, minimalist, reel to reel, tape loops, tape manipulation, tape music, texture.
Thanks to Toneshift for leading me to tonight’s listening. Read the review here –
Toneshift on Mixcloud presents a special edition of its history-defining and defying sub-series Origins: Sonic Women. And there are some fourteen exquisite nuggets to contemplate here. When designing a weekly podcast for our readers to listen to, I felt it necessary to offer some context and background, however diverse, as possible. I dug into the […]
via Sonic Women — The Future of Music One Record at a Time
Playing tracks by
Meredith Monk, Laurie Anderson, Nina Hagen, Wendy Carlos, Björk and more.