Posts Tagged: electroacoustic

Mark Templeton + Kyle Armstrong ~ Extensions

“Rapidly we approach the final phase of the EXTENSIONS of man- the technological simulation of consciousness.” -Marshall McLuhan, Understanding Media (1964)     After a bit of a delay, Mark Templeton inaugurates his new label Graphical Recordings with the release

Mark Templeton + Kyle Armstrong ~ Extensions

“Rapidly we approach the final phase of the EXTENSIONS of man- the technological simulation of consciousness.” -Marshall McLuhan, Understanding Media (1964)     After a bit of a delay, Mark Templeton inaugurates his new label Graphical Recordings with the release

Sound Propositions 07: Lemures (Enrico Coniglio + Giovanni Lami)

    A CLOSER LISTEN was honored to have published a translation of sound artist Enrico Coniglio’s noWHere manifesto. Coniglio described his manifesto to me as:  Just a small initiative, trying to clarify / provoke the “world of live electronics.”  Too many

Sound Propositions 07: Lemures (Enrico Coniglio + Giovanni Lami)

    A CLOSER LISTEN was honored to have published a translation of sound artist Enrico Coniglio’s noWHere manifesto. Coniglio described his manifesto to me as:  Just a small initiative, trying to clarify / provoke the “world of live electronics.”  Too many

Sound Propositions: Enrico Coniglio’s noWHere Manifesto

In December of 2012, the Italian sound artist Enrico Coniglio published noWHere – ideale manifesto per sound artists, an old-fashioned  manifesto articulating a set of core values about how we as artists should approach “live electronics.”  Below you’ll find my

Sound Propositions: Enrico Coniglio’s noWHere Manifesto

In December of 2012, the Italian sound artist Enrico Coniglio published noWHere – ideale manifesto per sound artists, an old-fashioned  manifesto articulating a set of core values about how we as artists should approach “live electronics.”  Below you’ll find my

Nicola Ratti ~ Ossario (Volumes I and II)

The way I work lately is focused on a live improvisation approach. Streengs is my first solo work where I practiced that way of playing. It is a work made by a single concept and the same set of instruments

Nicola Ratti ~ Ossario (Volumes I and II)

The way I work lately is focused on a live improvisation approach. Streengs is my first solo work where I practiced that way of playing. It is a work made by a single concept and the same set of instruments

Call for Contributions – eContact! 16.4 — Experimental Practices and Subversion in Sound

A Call for Contributions that may appeal to many of our readers.  If you don’t have something to submit, I’d recommend checking out the eContract! archive anyway. (JS) The Canadian Electroacoustic Community’s (CEC) electronic journal eContact! is now accepting submissions

Call for Contributions – eContact! 16.4 — Experimental Practices and Subversion in Sound

A Call for Contributions that may appeal to many of our readers.  If you don’t have something to submit, I’d recommend checking out the eContract! archive anyway. (JS) The Canadian Electroacoustic Community’s (CEC) electronic journal eContact! is now accepting submissions

Sound Propositions 04: Steve Roden (part I)

a big circle drawn with little hands was created from a box of things sent to me by sylvain, who runs the ini itu label. the box contained everything from newspapers, coins, wooden toys, pamphlets, plastic objects, plastic bags, broken

Sound Propositions 04: Steve Roden (part I)

a big circle drawn with little hands was created from a box of things sent to me by sylvain, who runs the ini itu label. the box contained everything from newspapers, coins, wooden toys, pamphlets, plastic objects, plastic bags, broken

A Closer Look: Montreal’s AKOUSMA Festival

Québec has  long nurtured creative and  experimental arts & music. The Québécois are something of an historical anomaly, an island of Francophones adrift in a sea Anglophones.  This fact, combined with its relative geographic isolation and the paradox of containing the

A Closer Look: Montreal’s AKOUSMA Festival

Québec has  long nurtured creative and  experimental arts & music. The Québécois are something of an historical anomaly, an island of Francophones adrift in a sea Anglophones.  This fact, combined with its relative geographic isolation and the paradox of containing the