Thursday, June 16, 2016

aphronesis: improvisations and interludes; music for repaired piano - aboombong (2016)

artist: aboombong
album: aphronesis: improvisations and interludes; music for repaired piano
release date: June 2016
style: ambient, new age, musique concrète
player: aboombong, piano, treatments
equipment: restored 1906 Hobart M. Cable Piano (upright), surface pro, audacity

An album of contemplative music for unreasonable times.

Sunday, April 24, 2016

Dynamo Stairs - DImwit (2016)


The latest from the most active Choke alumnus. Tight.

Tuesday, March 8, 2016

Southern Romance Song (Circle of Bears covers AOS)


A vocal painting from Raul and his son. Seems to be the week for father son projects 'round here. 



The original

Saturday, March 5, 2016

noisy bees




This one features Random, age 5, on piano and hot wheels. I did effects, images, editing. Prequel to the next album

Thursday, December 17, 2015

Digging the Idaho dirt - ancient psychic


Some nice roots from Idaho. 

Tuesday, November 17, 2015

Bandcamping


 Some nice stuff on bandcamp to take note of...


Wednesday, September 30, 2015

Alastair Galbraith


New Zealand's Alastair Galbraith is, to my mind, a singular musical voice that everyone should know - sadly few do. The first album I heard by him was mirrorwork. It changed the way I thought about the concept of "song" in ways that I can't really express. It is now available along with some of his other works at Bandcamp.

To my taste, the 2008 album Orb is, next to mirrorwork, the stand out from the four available on bandcamp.



But you really can't go wrong with anything that Galbraith has been involved with. If you can track it down his work with Plagal Grind is particularly nice.



Being immersed in Galbraith's works was a huge player in my being able to contribute in a small way to the Dustdevil & Crow records, which are really some of the work I am most proud of. Bendle's work is tilted on a different axis than Galbraith's, but they share some strange orthogonal relationship to each other and the rest of the musical world.

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