Tag Archives: sound collage
Part III of a series of videos showcasing Sean Derrick Cooper Marquardt’s improvisational ‘accidental guitar’ technique. Part I | Part II | Part III | Part IV ‘miniatur film clip’ – “A Thousand Points of Light”, an illuminating intravenous invocation cinema and composition … Continue reading
My Brother Daniel creates an hypnotic, 10 minute, improvised sound collage live in Rockport. Visit his YouTube channel for more live performances. Video credit: Courtney P.
Artist: Cat Pain Black Udder Title: 133 Running Time: aw:hi:le Catalogue Number: ijCat1 Release Date: 31st August 2011 About: For an interpretation of this work we’ll hand over the reins to our good friends GSSNI. “Ecstatic advanced and procured civility not absolute but continued, overcame breeding … Continue reading
Artist: Stopscape Title: Can’t Quite Recall Running Time: 00:33:13 Catalogue Number: ijs01 Release Date: 15th August 2011 About: Engaging and evocative abstract, shifting sound collage from Craig Gillman who also happens to be one half of Clockwork Keyboard. Take a journey through multi-layered samples and staccato bursts … Continue reading
“Radio Buddha is a new collaboration album between electronic improviser My Brother Daniel and radio art connoisseur Anton Mobin. The two met and team up on the Itsu Jitsu net label this August for a transatlantic improvisation spanning either end … Continue reading
Artist: My Brother Daniel & Anton Mobin Title: Radio Buddha Running Time: 00:54:00 Catalogue Number: RSVP004 Release Date: 26th August 2011 About: “Radio Buddha is a new collaboration album between electronic improviser My Brother Daniel and radio art connoisseur Anton Mobin. The two met and team … Continue reading
Artist: The Blasted Muffins Title: Godspeed You, Chocolate Albino! Running Time: 00:09:59 Catalogue Number: TBM1 Release Date: 28th June 2011 About: The Blasted Muffins are either; A mixed media art duo composed of Gianluca Missero and Jason Kavanagh, formed in 2011 in a titanic blur of tracks, … Continue reading