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posted a comment on Alexander Robotnick - Les Grands Voyages De L'Amour. about 5 hours ago
I can confirm that the song is indeed only 1m46s. The youtube upload is from my own copy and that's the whole song. Both A3 and B3 are very short tracks.
posted a review of Ay-O & Emmett Williams - Fluxus Song #2 / Meditations 1. 2 days ago
B1 and B2 is Emmett Williams reading the visual poem "Meditation 1" horizontally (B1) and vertically (B2), which you can see here:
posted a review of Andrea Belfi - Alveare. 28 days ago
I strongly recommend the book from Matthias Heiderich who is a really talented photographer. If you like the work of Gerry Johansson, you will like Heiderich's work too (his work is in colour tho, where Johansson only publishes in black and white). I ... See full review
posted a review of Aythar - Astronautica. 28 days ago
Compare the first track of this album with "Pulsation - Pulsar" (which is Pete Namlook & Maik Maurice)and you'll hear how "genius" this album really is...
posted a review of L7. about 1 month ago
Definitely the best female "grunge" group of the 90s. Furious, mind wrecking, mad, bitchy and dirty. All L7-albums are insanely good. Grab all of them and beat the shit out of your neighbours.
posted a review of José Luis Castillejo - The Book Of J's. about 1 month ago
This box is - let's say - strange, to say the least. Art has no boundaries (and let's be thankful for that)so you can take it to extremes. This work - for me - is pretty extreme, extreme minimalism. Poetry/writting/the alphabet and visual poetry ... See full review
submitted Fenêtre Ovale - Deuxième Volet. 3 months ago
submitted Various - Text-Sound Compositions 8: Stockholm 1971. 3 months ago
submitted Ghérasim Luca - Théâtre De Bouche. 3 months ago
submitted Robert Filliou - Sings Marquis De Sade. 3 months ago
submitted George Cremaschi, Irene Kepl, Petr Vrba - Resonators. 4 months ago
submitted Ariel Guzik - Cordiox. 4 months ago
posted a review of I.F. - I.F.. 5 months ago
A bit of a cult album because it's a bitch to lay your hands on but it's a good album for sure. Very laidback sounding downtempo with great 303 sounds. But to be honest, I think I.F. 2 is slightly better, it's more mature and it has more diversity but it ... See full review
submitted Eduardo Kac - Pornéia (Porn Art Movement). 5 months ago
submitted Ulises Carrion - The Poet's Tongue. 5 months ago
submitted Enzo Minarelli - Romanzi Nelle I. 7 months ago
submitted Marc Baron - Un Salon Au Fond D'Un Lac. 7 months ago
submitted Giovanni Fontana - Epigenetic Poetry. 7 months ago
submitted Walter Marchetti - Concerto Per La Mano Sinistra In Un Solo Movimento. 7 months ago
posted a review of Philip Corner - Gong Ear/Oreille. 8 months ago
Bloody intense, I would say this is the "darker" side of Philip Corner
submitted Philip Corner - Through Mysterious Exotic Barricades: Asian & African. 8 months ago
submitted Rahayu Supanggah, Philip Corner - Together In New York. 8 months ago
submitted Valise (2) - FE II. 9 months ago
submitted Gianni Menichetti - Sheer And Other Poems. 9 months ago
submitted Elodie (4) - Grisailles. 9 months ago
submitted Jean Dubuffet - Expériences Musicales 1961. 9 months ago
posted a comment on Konty - Introught The Night. 9 months ago
On the other hand, that kind of mistakes was typical for Italo-Disco records back then, so it makes sense :)
posted a comment on Eleh. 9 months ago
I would call this "Eliane Radigue, The Sequel" and sequels are mostly inferior to the classic first one. I don't say Eleh is bad but it doesn't have the depth, challenge and artistic integrity of f.e. Eliane Radigue. Like written below Eleh transports ... See full review
submitted Arrigo Lora-Totino - Trio Prosodico. 9 months ago
submitted Hartmut Geerken - Orpheus. 9 months ago
submitted Michael Moser - Antiphon Stein. 9 months ago
submitted Robin Hayward - Stop Time. 10 months ago
submitted Oneirich - 's Nachts. 10 months ago
submitted A. Avenue - Golden Queen. 11 months ago
posted a comment on La Monte Young / Marian Zazeela - The Theatre Of Eternal Music* - Dream House 78'17". about 1 year ago
I can't compare it with the original (that one is only for the richy rich bunch)but this pressing is really good. You do have to turn up the volume a bit tho. But I think that's normal considering that there is almost 40 minutes of music on each side. ... See full review
submitted Kevin Verwijmeren - Those Glorious Heights. about 1 year ago
submitted Ilta Hämärä - Origo. about 1 year ago
submitted Various - 5 Jaar Gekerm. about 1 year ago
submitted Karen Power - Is It Raining While You Listen. about 1 year ago
posted a review of b°tong - Prostration Before Infinity. about 1 year ago
An absolutely stunning album. Dark and mysterious droney melodies absorbed by cold and thrilling field recordings. The occasional manipulated voice samples only add to the suspence of this music. Highly, highly recommended!
submitted Yan Jun - New York Revolution Plan/New York Counterrevolution Plan. about 1 year ago
submitted Current 93 - The Moons At Your Door. about 1 year ago
posted a comment on Intersystems - Intersystems. about 1 year ago
The sound quality is very good and the artwork is simply gorgeous: a thick high quality box, beautiful sleeves, great colored insert and a large book. A well crafted box set. Not cheap but worth every cent imho.
submitted Intersystems - Intersystems. about 1 year ago
submitted Anton Bruhin - Vogelsang/Vogelsong/Vogelsung/Vögelsäng. about 1 year ago
submitted Frederik Croene - F.C. Me Fecit. about 1 year ago
posted a review of Philip Corner. about 1 year ago
A musical genius, it can be that simple. He deserves much more recognition and credits for the way he re-invented the experimental side of classical music - whether he uses classical instruments or electronic machines - and how he explored gamelan music. ... See full review
posted a comment on Eleh - Polarizer 2. about 1 year ago
The ultimate posers record. Ridiculous...
submitted Philip Corner - PoorManMusic. about 1 year ago
posted a review of Max Richter - From Sleep. about 1 year ago
He's the Brad Pitt of modern classical but it's undeniable that his music is sheer beauty. From Sleep is no exception. One could indeed use it as sleeping music so to speak but it never gets boring, on the contrary, most of the pieces have a very ... See full review