venerdì 17 dicembre 2010

Thomas Brinkmann - "Rosa"

First compilation of tracks that was issued by Germany's Thomas Brinkmann, original released in 2000. This CD compiled many of the legendary Ernst 12" series, partly with new mixes and versions. That series of classic late 90s orange sleeved/labeled 12"'s, featured all German-ish female names for tracks (aka Anna/Beate, Clara/Doris, Erika/Frauke, Gisela/Heidi, Inge/Jutta, Monika/Nicola, Petra/Olga, Susi/Trixi, Ulla/Vera, Wilma/Xenia, Yvette/Zora). Ultra-minimal, cutting, Brinkmann-esque. Some of the most riveting electronic music of the last decade and self-defining. With one bonus previously unreleased track.


martedì 14 dicembre 2010

Temple Of Static Christ - "Parish"

2 long tracks of immersive, ominous and unsettling drone from Lea Cummings (KYLIE MINOISE, OPAQUE etc) Ruaraidh Sanachan (NACKT INSECTEN) and Alan Sinclair (Wwcat)


giovedì 9 dicembre 2010

francisco lópez - “untitled music for geography”

composed and recorded at messor studios (madrid) and the dark room, yale repertory theatre (new haven), during the spring of 1997. sound engineer: rob gorton.

this work was commisioned by the ralph lemon company for geography, a dance theatre work directed by ralph lemon, commissioned and premiered by the yale repertory theatre, new haven, ct. geography was also commissioned in part by 651, an arts center, brooklyn, ny and the national dance project of the new england foundation of the arts. additional fnuding was provided by the multiarts production fund of the rockefeller foundation and by 651’s africa exchange program, which is generously supported by a grant from the ford foundation.


domenica 5 dicembre 2010

Carl Michael von Hausswolff - "Three Overpopulated Cities ..."

By visiting Lagos in 1983, Tokyo in 1999, 2000 and 2001, Bangkok several times between 1986 and 2002 and Mexico City in 2002 and 2003, CM von Hausswolff came, as thousands of other people, to the conclusion that something is running amok. An uncontrollable avalanche consisting of the construction of houses, streets and in-between spaces develops in large cities as independent "anything can happen"- status.