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Stuntrock

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Zelonky (Crank / Low Res) has another alias again now, Suite Crude Review. Haven't heard that.
It's great, on the spiritual Jazz side though. He sent a CD of it to me ages ago and it reminded me of his Trouble Man sountrack orchestral take, mixed with Sun Ra!

He also is MVFS on AIM
 

Stuntrock

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goodness, what a find! it's lovely. it brings to mind formations by mileece, and jocy de oliveira, oddly, but really it's unique and unexpected. thank you.

Jocy De Oliveira!!! My brazilian hero! To be honest, I'm actually a little surprised to see her mentioned in this forum, but that's a pleasant surprise :) Druggy electroacoustic bossa!

Another vintage glitch LP : Daniel Arfib
 

skull kid

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you probably know these already, but here's a few of my favourites that don't often get talked about:

kid606 - gq on the eq (beautiful ensoniq asr-10 loop modulation goodness)
takagi masakatsu - pia
tetsu inoue - psycho-acoustic
 

Stuntrock

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After going through all my electronic music wax in the past é-" weeks, I noticed how little of all the IDM still sounds as interesting if not relevant . A mate slept over yesterday, and I was surprised he didn't know of Schematic, so I played the early stuff there, remembered why I liked it in the forst place, and then played Phoenecia's Brownout. The absolute best LP IMHO that ever came out from glitch/whatever, until they release the new stuff (that sounds like nothing I've ever heard!) ;)
 

nochexxx

harco pronting
goodness, what a find! it's lovely. it brings to mind formations by mileece, and jocy de oliveira, oddly, but really it's unique and unexpected. thank you.

nice one, glad you liked it! incidentally i'm looking for more playful sounding experimental electronic music, stuff like this record, but other than a couple of bits i already know of i've yet to find anything simular.
 

bruno

est malade
nice one, glad you liked it! incidentally i'm looking for more playful sounding experimental electronic music, stuff like this record, but other than a couple of bits i already know of i've yet to find anything simular.
not similiar, nothing is, but manipulated voice is playful to me, so may i recommend arnaldo antunes' corpos no mesmo espaço, which is utterly compelling and weird, espcially if you don't understand portuguese, and the jon rose track from the portuguese compilation hare hunter field. entirely different but worth getting is the philippe arthuys creel pone, which is rather wonderful and in print. accompany with a glass of wine and liberal doses of henri chopin!
 

nochexxx

harco pronting
not similiar, nothing is, but manipulated voice is playful to me, so may i recommend arnaldo antunes' corpos no mesmo espaço, which is utterly compelling and weird, espcially if you don't understand portuguese, and the jon rose track from the portuguese compilation hare hunter field. entirely different but worth getting is the philippe arthuys creel pone, which is rather wonderful and in print. accompany with a glass of wine and liberal doses of henri chopin!
thanks for the tips. this morning I listened to your Arnaldo Antunes recommendation, which i enjoyed. It probed me to think about whether or not I own any other vocal concrete. The only music I could think of is one of my Metamkine mini-cd’s , perhaps it was Luc Ferrari's peice unheimlich schon that only uses voice? will have to dig it out and jog my memory.
 

connect_icut

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Just got a bunch of Nochexxx/Asoltare stuff in the post. Highly recommended, especially the delightfully Oval-shaped Ascoltare 7" (okay, so it's not literally oval but you know what I'm getting at).

In other news, just uploaded three compilations of glitch and related sounds. More details when I get around to writing a blog post about 'em. For now, here's where they are:

http://www.mediafire.com/?yu85m5mh2jztg
 

Leo

Active member
a bit off-topic:

when did people start referring to los angeles low-end theory/beat scene stuff as "glitch"? or more importantly, why did they do it? yeah, there might be a glitchy feel to some of the tracks, but didn't they realize the name was already taken by a very different form of music?

even more off-topic:

speaking of which...what came first for the term "hardcore"? was it first used to describe the US-based minor threat-type punk, or for various forms of dance music?
 

connect_icut

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Well, these things happen, don't they? Think of all the things R&B and garage have meant over the years. Or look at the way "post-rock" now means instrumental emo rock, rather than stuff like Disco Inferno and Seefeel. I'm sure there are lots of other examples of genre tag hijacking, especially in dance music.
 

woops

is not like other people
wow, i'm sure i have started this thread at least 10 times but missed this one til now

found it via stunt rock.
 
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