HAPPY NEW YEAR

Champagne-Pop FEM copy

Well, it has been quite a hectic couple of months since setting up Feminatronic and I wasn’t sure how it would go down with everyone but I have been pleasantly surprised at the positive reaction.

I just wanted to take this opportunity to thank you all –

Artists, DJ’s, Web Admins, Bloggers, Radio Stations, E-Zines, everyone on FB who have taken the time to read, like and comment throughout these past months – without you I might have given up this crazy idea.

Finally, I wish you all a very Happy New Year and may 2014 be

Creative and Peaceful

Best Wishes

O / Feminatronic

SHORT DIGEST #5

I thought that it might be best to put together short Digests of about 5 or 6 items that may be of interest on this blog. This will be easier for you to read and keep up with and for me to put together. So here goes…

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CHARLOTTE BEBE BARRON

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THE BARRONS : FORGOTTEN PIONEERS OF ELECTRONIC MUSIC
SUSAN STONE – NPR MUSIC – 2005

THE FOLLOWING LIST OF WORKS BY CHARLOTTE BEBE BARRON IS FROM BARRY SCHRADER

  • Heavenly Menagerie (1951-52) Tape
  • Bells of Atlantis (1952) Film score
    • For an Electronic Nervous System (1954) Tape
    • Miramagic (1954) Film score
    • Forbidden Planet (1956) Videotape or Laserdisc MGM/UA Home Video, 1991
  • Jazz of Lights (1956) Film score
  • Bridges-Go-Round (1958) one of two alternative soundtracks, the other composed by Teo Macero
  • Crystal Growing (1959) Film score
  • Music of Tomorrow (1960) Tape
  • The Computer Age (1968) Film score
  • Time Machine (1970) on Music from the Soundtrack of ‘Destination Moon’ and Other Themes, Cinema Records LP-8005
  • Space Boy (1971) Tape; revised and used for film of same name, 1973
  • More Than Human (1974) Film score
  • Cannabis (1975) Film score
  • The Circe Circuit (1982) Tape
  • Elegy for a Dying Planet (1982) Tape
  • New Age Synthesis II on Totally Wired (1986) Pennsylvania Public Radio Associates Cassette Series
  • What’s the Big Hurry? (date unknown) from Sid Davis Productions
  • “Mixed Emotions” by Bebe Barron (2000) CD

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TUJIKO NORIKO

Celebrating the eclecticism of Electronic Artists who identify as female

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