Cagey House :: calico pastry sunshine

invited by ZhangJW, musician & coordinator of Bypass netlabel, 
here is the presentation text for "Calico Pastry Sunshine" by The Cagey House.

"Bienvenue dans le shaker des illusions perdues ! Welcome, ladies and gentlemen, and above all, be careful, for the paint is not yet dry! Scattered about,  are the remnants of formica chips (hell ! formicat, comment vais-je traduire ceci? Laminate?)  Float now, through  a powerfully atmospheric memory trip and experience complete levitation, as everywhere the particles are excessively resistant to your gracious appreciation.  Relax and  let yourself go completely. Nothing is spared, nothing is restricted.  Dave Keifer aka Cagey House may very well be a genius, an iconoclast provoking a demonic revolution ...

By now, you, of course can understand the near impossibility  of portraying such a character (though this was exactly what ZhangJW asked me) – Cagey House does not respect conventions!

Ready to dissect ?

"Lower the bubble viewer" which brilliantly opens the release, will not leave you indifferent.  If it does, you need to quickly consult a supersonic astrophysicist (I have addresses).  Where are we?  Too late!   Surrounded!  Submit to delicious words of love, a french whisper, bouncy riffs,  flexible sarabande, and many more temptations to come, but ...

Scenery change.

Speed dating in a flash of high velocity, you're transported to a delightful towering garden, flowering with whiskers.  Symbiotically echoing and reflecting, you merge into a piercing laser beam's voluptuous flash with the softness and agility of a Barbarella, while the laconic, fuzzy guitar riff brewed into the cut-up advances.

Tu et la Flea de la Plage”  will embrace you gently and will respond to you day and night, enveloping you in a strange, dreamy ballet...a very curious to and fro. If Cagey also shows a bit of a "romantic streak"
let's not become  entangled in endless, sterile discussions ..... the rhythm is there!  The rhythm is there and does not wait just until the delicate point of rupture--  you will slalom in the mode of "ritournelle".

But where are we? So ready to exit and yet so completely lost.

Could Cagey House  have surreptitiously abandoned us ?   Left us alone, destitute ...  poor harmonic orphans.  But no!  Now the ringmaster of this magnificent circus has given us his finest gift - "Ethel of the Rocks".  So much like a perfume caressing our eternal desires and illusions ..... our eternally sweet illusions .... lost."

thierry massard / 27 fevrier 2011 - 11:50

adaptation by Daria and Solange Gabrielli

:: Bypass netlabel / BP062 enter
:: Dave Keifer aka Cagey House / the questionnaire

Phoenelai :: the splatter ep


Pizo Meyer, aka Phoenelai, is ... an elusive artist - often hidden behind monikers and, overall, an artist hidden through many art disciplines, not so complementary that it can seem there - For attention! the man from Houston is still tremendously dexterous to surprise his world - Speaking of the Phoenelai project, Monsieur Meyer was, therefore, left us to the last year's perfectly combinatorial "Voices from the fire" for kreislauf netlabel - then, we could believe in a possible silence .. ... a silence filled with screams (muffled) of tortured Stickies, filled with exciting watermarks, prominent oils, a silence full of warned smiles to his friend Cy Twombly, a silence with his Skessions Sketch club friends ... but we have warned you in the introduction, the man is "elusive" indeed, but fortunately, not ... quiet !

flashback 2003-2006 / supported by the very precursor 'online label' 2063music, Phoenelai performed some feats by signing (not less) what should be the current soundtrack of Mr Lucas, THX1138, aswell as the great 'limmin' ep - then, leaving Germany, we find Phoenelai in France, along with the exciting EKO netlabel for 'The Findings' which was, in most impressed, in the very reserved ambient vip room, for the year 2006 - We will not dwell on the highly successful "My Deluxe Color Box" for retinascan, published in 2009, and just as vital to your so incomplete (so-so) discotheque.

Tabula rasa ... the splatter ep

'the intruder' ... the tone is set ! monstruous material sound moving, pulsating, caught by a structural sound combining a post-apocalyptic landscape desolation to the slow and tortuous materialization of a spectrum voice that do not eventually enter and organically abuse of any vital downturn ! Phoenelai is a messenger and the message is perfectly clear - hell ! Thus, "the splatter" would be an upheaval fomented any imminent invasion, larva migrans? a wandering ship of an irradiated flying dutchman ? a final attempt to preserve? The response is immediate ! Yes, but the 'first call' has gradually taken possession of things, cryptographying a message consumed by the breath of a particle echo, an echo strongly but apparently distant, a resonance crossed by electrical harnesses, splitting any will - irreversible ! lonely, isolated, such an elliptic curve, the 'signals' of Phoenelai restore hope, the hope of a potential memory, sensory fragments deliberately placed there, abandoned on the ground, a suspended hope, a start ... a nonchalant wave to fail and then finally discovering a 'found tape', before it is, perhaps, too late ...

:: the splatter ep

Pizo Meyer, aka Phoenelai, est un artiste insaisissable - souvent dissimulé derrière quelques pseudonymes, et, surtout, à travers quelques disciplines artistiques, pas aussi complémentaires qu'il puisse n'y paraitre - car attention, l'homme de Houston est toujours terriblement agile pour surprendre son monde - Parlant du seul projet Phoenelai, Monsieur Meyer en était donc resté à ses combinatoires "voices from the fire" pour le netlabel kreislauf - et puis, nous avions pu croire à un possible silence ... un silence rempli de cris (étouffés) de post-its torturés, rempli de passionnants filigranes, d'huiles saillantes, rempli de sourires avertis à Cy Twombly, de Skessions Sketch Club avec ses amis ... mais, nous vous avions prévenu en préambule, l'homme est certes insaisissable, mais fort heureusement, pas ... silencieux !

flashback, 2003-2006 - soutenu par le très précurseur 'online label' 2063music, Phoenelai accomplit quelques prouesses en signant (non moins) ce qui devrait être l'actuelle bande son du THX1138 de Mr Lucas, ainsi d'ailleurs que le formidable ep 'limmin' - puis, quittant l'Allemagne, nous retrouvons Phoenelai en France, en compagnie de l'enthousiasmant netlabel EKO pour 'the findings' qui fit, grande impression dans le plus que très réservé, carré vip, ambient, du millésime 2006. Nous n'insisterons pas d'avantage sur le très réussi "My Deluxe Color Box" pour retinascan, paru en 2009, et toujours autant indispensable à votre si incomplète (mais si, mais si) discothèque.

Mais ... tabula rasa ! the splatter ep !

'the intruder' ... le ton est donné ! monstrueuse et mouvante matière sonore, pulsante, happée par un signal sonore structurel combinant un paysage de désolation post-apocalyptique et la lente, la tortueuse matérialisation d'un spectre vocal qui n'en finira pas de saisir et d'abuser organiquement du moindre repli vital ! Phoenelai est un messager et le message est parfaitement clair - diable ! ainsi donc, "the splatter" serait donc une tourmente fomentée, une quelconque imminente invasion, larves migrantes ? le vaisseau errant d'un hollandais volant irradié ? ultime tentative de préservation ? La réponse est immédiate ! Oui, mais le 'first call' a déjà pris graduellement possession des choses, cryptographiant un message rongé par le souffle d'un écho, de particules, un écho résolument et apparemment distant, un écho traversé de faisceaux électriques, fractionnants toute possible volonté - irréversible ! seuls, isolés, telle une courbe elliptique, les 'signals' de Phoenelai restaurent un espoir, l'espoir d'un souvenir potentiel, fragments sensoriels délibérément posés là, abandonnés sur le sol, un espoir suspendu, un sursaut, une vague nonchalante s'échouant puis découvrant enfin une 'found tape', avant qu'il ne soit, peut-être, trop tard ...

:: the splatter ep

Thierry Massard / lundi 26 sept. 2010, 16:00

Adustam :: galapagos escalator

Qui donc osera bouder son plaisir ? fascinant (et véritable) condensé de foisonnante énergie (à valeur positive), cet escalator pour les galapagos n'en n'oublie pas, pour autant, quelques perles bien intitulées "2" et "galapagos" - et puis, quand on s'inscrit sous les bienveillants hospices de "Ed Wood", on ne peut craindre que ... le meilleur.

thierry massard / 4 sept.2010 - 00:00

:: archive. org
:: sayonara records

noCo...mment blog

selective guide for demanding ears, noCo...mment remained active from april 29th 2007 to april 29th 2010. Coordinated by thierry massard and mainly oriented to the free netaudio musical scene, these are around 700 posts or reviews, covering this period, that you are invited to discover out of here - thank you.

guide sélectif pour oreilles exigeantes, noCo...mment est resté actif du 29 avril 2007 au 29 avril 2010 - Coordonné par thierry massard et principalement focalisé vers la scène musicale libre netaudio, ce sont environ 700 posts et chroniques, couvrant cette période, que nous vous invitons à découvrir - merci.

thierry massard / jeudi 29 avril 2010 - 00:00 gmt


no updates since april 2009

OCP :: gasto

air density accelerative textures, gasto reminds us that the operador de cabine polivalente is not just there to make an appearance without enduring feature our constantly stalking minds. scrolls, modulations and convolutions, we are still at the dawn of a new day.

:: OCP

Apparent Symmetry :: mourn



under a perfectly wise and brilliant surname, Zach, aka Apparent Symmetry, explores dark variations and provides us with distant and evanescent aerograms - enriched with soundscapes on very high amplitude, that early 2010 production of abstrakt reflections, will continue to draw the outlines of broken or forgotten perspectives far after that sudden oblivion will hit these places ...

:: abstrakt reflections
:: Apparent Symmetry > souncloud
:: Apparent Symmetry > mysp

Dilo :: rise ep




















d'un curieux retour, une nostalgie sans doute, la douce grâce d'un instant presque suranné ... vous étiez à Buenos Aires en septembre 2005, et Juan Franco Di Lorenzo aka Dilo s'infiltrait, rappelez-vous, subrepticement et durablement dans notre subconscient.

:: series media
:: discogs

Lameb 57 :: filic 9





















particles parts of a parenthesis (as we might think ... magic)

:: crazy language
> soundcloud page

DJ Zovi :: frayed rainbow ep

concave cursors, convex sliders, an infinite fully space, a pulse as solution, a saturate frayed rainbow, Harajuku's dream in supersonic fragmentation, trying to look over a monitors wall of sound as an explanation and/or repulsion - concave cursors, convex sliders ...

:: sayonara records
:: DJ Zovi

Humberto Luis Schenone :: soltar… saltar



ces 14 pièces de l'argentin de Buenos Aires sont autant de joyeux drones mutants à l'inspiration expressionniste et d'une turbulente espièglerie neuronale - "soltar...saltar" est un album, certes, prudemment débordant mais surtout, le fruit du travail d'un artiste à l'intelligente agilité - particulièrement contagieux !



:: soltar...saltar > archive.org
:: clinical archives
:: discogs
:: Humberto Luis Schenone > mysp.

Kaneel :: here is a heart so you can remember how much i hate you


quelques traces fraîches de notre passage, vous percevez le témoignage - une fois encore, il est des évidences, comme d'une mélancolie elle aussi passagère, en apparence, à moins que l'on ne cache ce qu'ils appellent, et en dignes spécialistes dématérialisés qu'ils sont, une hypersensibilité aux choses, aux gens, qui sait ? Depuis bien longtemps déjà, Guillaume Richard promène une discrète élégance enrubannée d'un camouflage de bienfaisant faiseur car il ne s'agit pas d'être pris à défaut - "Here is a heart..." confirme une règle, mais laquelle ? cherchez bien - les félins domestiques, tout lilas chinois soient-ils, ont la prunelle microscopique et le rebond précis ; et si le rêve semble parfois amer, il convient d'en apprécier toute la riche et délicate saveur si peu suave - nul doute, à l'heure où l'on vous parle, avec (une apparente) considération, d'autres murmurent, Kaneel, quant à lui, fait partie de cette seconde catégorie - et la décision ne fut pas longue à prendre, chanceux que nous sommes - so you can remember.

:: petite&jolie netlabel
:: discogs

:: noCo...mment / avril 2010 > carte blanche to G.Richard, aka Kaneel

carte blanche to Guillaume Richard :: 03/03

guest of the project, "carte blanche", Guillaume Richard have been invited to give his personal view about the actual history and relationship between music and home computers ::

" netlabels


If I remember correctly, I think I first read the term "netlabel" in 2001 or so but it's during the year 2002 I came across it more and more.

Most of the time, it was about tracking groups just renaming themselves to netlabels… some even decided to switch to releasing mp3s even when the tunes were composed in soundtrackers… you can't blame them, the urge to release music made with better samples, a music that is actually mastered…for your pleasure only!

Netlabels like Arghprkl, Commie, Jecoute, Kikapu, Disciple of Ageema Blues or Ogredung opened their doors, all bringing their own ideas to the big pattern.

Obviously, the idea behind "netlabels" wasn't only coming from the tracker scene people. There are evidences of websites like "no-type" that were "virtual labels" back in 1998. After all, such kind of ideas weren't so original since a new media was coming.

Still, I strongly believe the final "kick" into what we know as the "netlabel scene" came for sure from the tracker scene.

The "death of the module format", the closing of tracker-related portal websites, irc becoming less and less popular pushed tracker groups, collectives or whatever like Sunlikamelo-d, Tokyo Dawn Records, Thinner, Mono, Kahvi, Chillproductions or youngsters like Camomille to finally take on the netlabel name.

Of course, some groups vanished.

So here it is, more musicians appeared on the internet so new rooms must be built.

While the first netlabels were mostly about electronic, techno or ambient music, new genre-specialized netlabels opened their doors and here we are in 2010, with many netlabels all over the world, spreading on the internet. The common pattern being "one musician, one netlabel" (ok, that was mean).

With all these netlabels flourishing everywhere, no wonder some like Miasmah decided to step aside and become real labels.

Or is it the desire of releasing more selected artists?

What's the meaning of it all since marketing agencies and majors are finally embracing the realm of the Internet and famous bands are now releasing their music for free?"

avril 2010

/*
Thanks to Esa Ruoho, William Lamy, Ändrew Zendic, Fabien Lasserre, Cyril Pereira, Reynald Deliens, Ronny Pries, Felix Petrescu and Nick Smith for helping myself remembering some groups.

Many <3 to Camomille, Ogredung, NOiSE, Milk and Hellven… we miss you! */ actor involved in recent developments of online music, Guillaume Richard, aka Kaneel, is a musician and a label coordinator.

:: mynameiskaneel
:: petite&jolie
:: the questionnaire
:: discogs

Phoenelai :: voices from the fire






















nous frôlons la piquante réalité - nous frappons ces abstractions de formes et, non contentes, celles-ci nous répondent dans une crispation, érosion de soupirs, les cloches se patinent, luisantes en filandreuses extensions, puis saturant l'air, soudainement se retractent en un bloc cristallin, éclat - cut up - Voices from the fire ended a long await of Phoenelai since the more than perfect "my deluxe color box" for retinascan - cut up - bruit blanc d'un cadencement, circonstanciel et de haute tenue, ce n'est pas tous les jours, allons allons, surtout restons concentrés, il ne s'agit pas de rater le passage au bord du guet - cut up -
desperate crackles lost in the echo of an abrupt cavity hanging on a vanishing perspective, vanishing and infinite rebounds - cut up - nous appartenons aux désirs tubulaires, silencieuse incurvation - cut up - the amplitude became strictly true, the far rhythm had melted in turn, a whirlwind of vocal textures, screaming reversed - cut up - difficile d'imaginer cette pièce, Phoenelai dévore quelques tourments en activant les bruleurs and the last sigh is for this oscillation perceptible in a cortex convolution, graceful and gentle spiral - final cut, up.

:: kreislauf
:: discogs

carte blanche to Guillaume Richard :: 02

guest of the project, "carte blanche", Guillaume Richard have been invited to give his personal view about the actual history and relationship between music and home computers ::

" the tracker scene"

Years passing by, the 90s slowly killed these old platforms, introduced the PC era and so, new soundtrackers were coded.
Between all the new soundtrackers available, FastTracker II and ImpulseTracker2 were the two most widely used and it was quite common to read and hear discussions about which one was the best (actually, we all know it was ImpulseTracker…)

New musicians were emerging, inspired by every new genres which were being explored during this period. Internet kicked in, people were now able to hear about trackers without being a part of the demoscene and finally, the "tracking scene" was born.

At a certain moment, the term "tracking group" was coinced. I guess it was following the term "demogroup"… actually, even if the tracking scene was evolving aside the demoscene, at some moments, some demosceners had no idea about some musicians that were into the tracking scene and vice-versa. In the end, it was a funny "troll" to start on some irc channels. Mentioning the tracking scene on a demoscene-related channel was always a good recreation… as much as trying to answer to these questions:
What is exactly a soundtracker?
What is the difference between a soundtracker and a sequencer? (Answer: 90°)

The whole deal behind "tracking groups" was about uniting some guys under the same collective, just like a label. They were releasing their source files (named "modules") on the internet so anybody could download and listen at them.
The idea wasn't about about "staying underground" or "being against the music industry". They were releasing their module files because… well, they always did.
Nowadays, you hear about a lot of long and dull explanations to justify "the right motivations" behind "the free music scene" while during this dark (and pleasant) era, there were no real other explanations except "well, why not?"

The tracking scene was getting so important that one of the two main PC scene e-zines was focusing on the music part of the scene only.

Yes, internet magazines… right… around 1995…
Indeed, the web2.0 is older than you thought.

Its name was Traxweekly and it ran for 119 issues from March 1995 to February 1998, ending with a circulation of over eleven hundred subscribers. It featured interviews, reviews, demoparty reports, tips and some jokes (yes… what is the difference between a tracker and a sequencer?).

For the record, many other followed but I think the two most important were Staticline and Music massage.

KFMF, NOiSE, Five Musicians, Milk, Mono211, Hellven, Tokyo Dawn Records … were for sure the most reknown groups on the web.
On top of them, we should add Theralite, Miasmah, Charlie Brown Records, Black Sista, Chillproductions, Schleudertrauma, Rohformat, Language Lab, Inpuj and Kyoto Republic.

Yes indeed, there were a bunch of them, releasing very different genres for sure. All the groups mentioned above got their own audience and some known trackers were sometimes releasing on many of these different groups.

They were releasing some amazing modules, each of their musicians got an almost unique style and they introduced new ways of going beyond the limitations of a soundtracker, new ways of making a beat sound, news methods… new shapes… new heroes?

People were collecting their modules and were burning them on CDRs or copying them on tapes so they could listen to these guys everyday ( actually I believe some did… as I did).
And even some friends of mine did that when I made them discover these stuff.
Come on, let's just open a facebook group entilted "I was burning modules to CDRs before going to holidays with my parents".

In the late 90s, making music with a computer was still expensive, dealing with real-time virtual synthesizers almost impossible considering the power of computers and connections weren't fast enough to deal with mp3s on a regular basis.
On the other side, soundtrackers were free and a module file could be so small that many more tracking group emerged.

Big databases got unleashed and the first community websites arrived. The most famous was named "traxinspace" and was a huge collection of tracker music where every trackers could even upload their own creations and get reviewed, ranked and listened!

And please, let's not forget about United-trackers and modarchive. " ...

02/03 - to be continued

<< 01/03 demoscene
>> 03/03 netlabels

actor involved in recent developments of online music, Guillaume Richard, aka Kaneel, is a musician and a label coordinator.

:: mynameiskaneel
:: petite&jolie
:: the questionnaire
:: discogs

undRess Béton :: stuckhousing quantum gums


aventure quotidienne permanente, à cet instant précis, vous ne savez pas encore où vous en serez dans 59 minutes et 45 secondes ... tant mieux !

:: archive.org
:: undRess Béton

Thomas Fehlmann :: gute luft



















scoring a TV film "24H Berlin" (not seen) about the fascinating city, Gute Luft is the sixth release of Thomas Fehlmann since the man emerged from the palais - result of an impressive work, these 15 slaloming and highly expressionnist sequences are the perfect soundtrack for any visitor running after the proteiform atmosphere of a (so) desired area - tour de force, Gute Luft is a charming sort of trouble - mixing fleeting images, brushing the flashes of lights outlining the contours of walls and spaces where intersecting lives, aspirations, rhythms, dreams also, stories ... no further look for a tour guide.

:: kompakt records
:: Thomas Fehlmann > mysp.
:: discogs

carte blanche to Guillaume Richard :: 01

guest of the project, "carte blanche", Guillaume Richard have been invited to give his personal view about the actual history and relationship between music and home computers ::

" noCo...mmencement : demoscene

Once upon a time, there was no Internet.

No really, I'm being very serious. I'm talking about the 80s.

There even was a time where cat pictures weren't necessarily captioned, where computer were funny-looking machines and video-games really were inventive and challenging.
During this time, the few lucky enough to have a computer at home were often friends of each others at school and called "nerds" by the others who weren't really understanding the whole thing about swapping floppies instead of caring about "normal social interactions".

And sometimes, when they were not swapping videogames, they were swapping demos!

To make it short, demos are executable animations.
It's calculated real-time, like a videogame but you can't really interact with it… you just sit in front of your screen and watch. Eventually, you'll wave your arms and even dance if you really enjoy the music but anyway, people will never understand why you just love watching these "plasma stuff" and "moving typos".

As I've been saying, there was no internet. Some people were starting to make graphism, illustrations and music on their computers and what was the best way to show your style?
Yeah, I guess you get it: Get a coder, a graphician and finally, a musician, make a production and meet at a demoparty!

There were sceners in many countries of Europe, on many different platforms… c64, amiga, Atari ST, Amstrad CPC to name a few.

Back in this time, making music on computers wasn't as common as nowadays since having your own home-studio was expensive. Still, there were tiny applications named "soundtrackers" that would allow you to create tunes with only a computer and nothing else aside. On some platforms, you would have to create your sounds using the sound chip of the computer and on some others, you would only load samples that you could finally rip from other "soundtracked" music. In any cases, you would just enter notes on rows and here we go, you made your first catchy (or not) tune!

People using soundtrackers were called trackers (yeah, I know, it's a bit messy) and finally, some of these guys became famous for decades amongst other trackers.
Some even worked and are still working for videogame companies, some others joined labels and some decided to enjoy their life another way… sadly. " ...

01/03 - to be continued

>> 02/03 the tracker scene

actor involved in recent developments of online music, Guillaume Richard, aka Kaneel, is a musician and a label coordinator.

:: mynameiskaneel
:: petite&jolie
:: the questionnaire
:: discogs

Cagey House :: b for breakfast

la légèreté d'être, d'entendre et probablement de voir aussi, à chaque nouvelle réalisation de Cagey House, Dave Keifer nous enchante, nous ravit et nous permet, encore et toujours, d'espèrer que le monde pourrait être ainsi fait, de brics et de brocs, de timballes enchantées, de fanfares chamarrées, de libertinages écervelés, d'accords de guitares de dentelles, de divas supersoniques et d'un sourire de Kurt Schwitters, d'un collage libellule de Kinle Wo, de tambours battants, du voisinage d'un lièvre de mars, d'enfants toujours farceurs, d'adultes faisant d'amusantes grimaces à l'ordre et la raison, et avant de s'enfuir, l'instant suivant, vers une nouvelle et malicieuse espièglerie. un instant fugace, un instant de ... bonheur.

:: bypass
artwork by :: Kinle Wo

>> 1902
>> lark
>> the cartoon mouse regards

Philip Sulidae :: an high land


An high land ... une terre au rythme d'un ballet, frictions, parfois grimaçantes, de plaques tectoniques en mobilité fusionnelle, accouplement protéiforme de matières, de masses érodées - An high land ... où la lenteur prend durablement possession d'un espace sonore repoussé à la plus strict expression des frontières d'ombres graduellement solidifiées par une recouvrante pellicule, poussière ? crachat magmatique ? An high land ... une énigme individuelle (nighthill), pour tout voyageur en process d'égarement - An high land ... la puissante réponse de Philip Sulidae au naufrage avéré des indifférences.

:: dontcaresulidae
<< the questionnaire > sept 2009
<< southwest

Autechre :: oversteps




Practicing the science of the title with excellency ... "oversteps" - set the stage - not less than two years after a return (success) in graceful humanity, and (fortunately) far from the extreme disembodiment of 2005, Rob Brown and Sean Booth have worthily aerosolized into 14 strata, and it is a highly recommended success. pssshhhittt!

Pratiquer la science du titre avec excellence ... "oversteps" - le décor est planté - pas moins de deux années après un retour (réussi) en gracieuse humanité, et (heureusement) bien loin de l'extrême désincarnation de l"année 2005, Rob Brown et Sean Booth se sont dignement aérosolisés en 14 strates , et c'est un succès ultra recommandé. pssshhhittt !

:: Autechre

Alexander Kibanov & Norihito Kodama :: through fire walk with me

un interstice, initialement pluvieux, entre réalité et fiction, à moins que celà ne ressemble à un gouffre, qu'importe - Cette nouvelle collaboration entre Kibanov et Kodama, se poursuit avec notre consentement quant à la perspective de s'entourer de flammes et comme nous aurons autant de difficultés d'oublier les aéroports, fussent-ils abandonnés.

:: bump foot
:: just not normal

:: Alexander Kibanov > mysp
:: Nryy > discogs

Eurasia :: glooming in the twilight


la proximité sonore quasi immédiate est tellement évidente et opérante que l'on se surprend à interroger notre très officieuse mémoire - Ce crépuscule n'est pas loin de devenir lumineux, voir incandescent.

© thierry massard / mars 2010
originally edited through the blog :: noCo...mment
(restored links as far as possible)

J.CNNR :: finis natura

singulière réalisation, de l'exigeant tres catorce, ce finis natura de J.CNNR, sorti en janvier dernier, n'a de cesse de mettre en péril l'effacement graduel de nos mémoires sensorielles, de rebooter les disques durs en phase de sédimentation, tel le gant, d'un candidat au voyage temporel, balayant les parasitages givrés d'un monitor obsolète - cette réanimation constructive est une réussite.

:: tres catorce netlabel
:: J.CNNR > mysp.

Sardinia Bass Legalize :: timeless



suspension and distance, an equation, the figure of timelessness - King Kietu and Sensitive Dub overlook a human soundscape, an ellipse found from the right measure of distance between people in motion - Let your eyes make it circular, and don't take care, your ears will makes you back to reality with the unavoidable trumpet of Zen.I - an equation suspended, a timeless suspension.

:: aQuietBump
:: Sardinia Bass Legalize
:: King Kietu > the-questionnaire

<< visions on my land
<< sbl
<< italian dub community - vol 1

Leonardo Martins :: quick McLuhanian guide for transmigration

"the medium is the message" and if, by chance, we speak of hopping merging perceptions, this selective guide of Leonardo Martins will not be far.

:: pandafuzz

Glenn Ryszko :: soundwalk

... "Sound is visual. When I listen to sound, whether these are field recordings, environmental sounds, abstract soundscapes or just an ordinary pop album, I always have images popping up in my mind. A collection of memories. Our brains seem to recollect memories each time our senses are activated. We internalize what we hear or see externally." ... the message is perfectly clear, Glenn Ryszko gives us an objective answer, the soundwalk is a mental image, coming from "a" reality, a reality all made of our subjectivity, a reality coming and going, a reality in motion, particles of signals captured and stored carefully away in our pocket, a treasure

:: konkretourist
:: Glenn Ryszko
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