Not all Sunday’s have a quiet drift. Sometimes Sunday can sound like this and be challenging in a good way…
GOL, Ana-Maria Avram, Iancu Dumitrescu And Members Of Ansamblul Hyperion – Musique Directe (Full)
“Volume 1, hence the title “Musique Directe”, shows the band facing the leaders of Roumenian spectralism Ana-Maria Avaram and Iancu Dumitrescu. Electric and intense spontaneous experiments, on the edge of electroacoustic music and primitive avant-garde.” – Soundohm
Sofia Gubaidulina: Vivente – Non vivente (1970)
Sounds Of The City
by Maria Teresa Luciani
Original recordings 1972
“…. found sounds, radiophonic samples, tape loops, early electronic music experiments, mechanical folk, cinematic vision, sound design, educated music theory, political pop and high concept art-as-noise…” – finders keepers
It’s with sadness that I write that one of my long term heroines has died. Constance Demby was an important pioneer of electronic New Age and Spacemusic, a composer, multi instrumentalist and instrument builder.
The idea of Throwback Tracks is to spotlight electronic music that’s older than last week : D
In all seriousness, some are well known pioneers but many are lesser known artists who might have fallen through the listening crevices, so to speak. It’s always eclectic and hopefully you may come across something that will become part of your listening collection.
by Lily Greenham
The recordings date from between 1968 and 1984.