Elizabeth Joan Kelly – Music for the DMV — Yeah I Know It Sucks

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Recent listening on a recommendation –

 

 

Artist: Elizabeth Joan Kelly title: Music for the DMV keywords: experimental ambient classical collage electronic industrial instrumental trance New Orleans website: https://elizabethjoankelly.com/ Melancholic electronica comes at ya, when letting the music for DMV by Elizabeth Joan Kelly into your head and mind for a pretty unusual but wonderful listening session. Before we know it, the […]

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Gazelle Twin’s Edgy Electronic Music is Fueled By the Current Moment — Bandcamp Daily

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The artist explores the unrest in her home country of the U.K.—and develops a new stage persona to match.

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Reblog – Kusum Normoyle Interview: “What else the voice might do” — Difficult Fun

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I first knew of Kusum Normoyle because she was the woman who dressed completely in black—black shirt, black pants, black shoes—and screamed, really loudly, in public spaces. She was untouchably cool. But more specifically, these series of performances were called S.I.T.E. (Screaming in the Everyday), where Normoyle would scream into a microphone, her body curved […]

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Reblog – Hidden Gems: People Like Us, “Lowest Common Denominator” — Bandcamp Daily

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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.

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Reblog – EMPOWERMENT OF WOMEN IN MUSIC : PART FOUR — Empowerment of Women in Music : India

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“Firstly I wish to thank all the people and groups who have read this blog plus all the feedback and input from the readers. Immense gratitude towards all the women and men who have contributed with their views, artwork, information and ideas. It is a small feat yet to say with pride, that this blog […]

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I have enjoyed reading the series these last weeks and recommend this highly informative and positive series of posts. Sounds like there are big plans for the future and I hope they come to fruition. More of the series here

Reblog – Interview with Christina Vantzou — Headphone Commute

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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 […]

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released April 6, 2018

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Reblog – Meuko! Meuko! ~ 鬼島 Ghost Island — A Closer Listen

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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 […]

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