“Erewhon Calling: Experimental Sound in New Zealand is a lavishly-illustrated new publication from the Audio Foundation and CMR. It is a survey of how a bunch of antipodean misfits and malcontents have forged new ways and new reasons to make noise, here at the end of the earth.” Edited by Bruce Russell of the Dead […]
we wish you a happy deathday, September 12th 2003.
Logan K. Young presents a provocative piece on the work and ideas of Karlheinz Stockhausen. Discussing improvisation, composition, and his studies with the composer.
If you would like to see how a very interesting man, called Patrick Feaster, transformed the above image of a record into the sounds of that record, click here.
Some wonderful person, has collated a fancy archive of all of Caroliner Rainbow’s homely witterings. Generally considered by all right-minded folks to be the greatest band that ever existed (in the 1800s Mid West), Caroliner Rainbow are a twirling kaleidoscope of wonder and befuddlement. Leave mere rationality and taste aside, and wallow in their grubby […]
Well, no, i lied. It probably wasn’t exactly twenty-four years ago today – but i needed some excuse to get this onto the front page…. UPDATE (from Seth): … and it’s been fun to chart the development of the Chapman Stick through the years since:
Even hardened sun-worshippers must now agree with my contention that ITS TOO HOT. With this in mind, let us remind ourselves of colder times…
Bang The Bore is proud to present it’s second compilation: “here”. An open call for submissions was sent out, with participants asked to submit a track reflecting the current locale they found themselves in. This track would be a reflection upon, reaction to, and/or exploration of that locale. They were also asked to submit an […]
Well, i’m not sure I have too much to say really; the last year seems to have been one marked by increased hermitry… On a personal level, its been equal parts grief and joy; but I feel like 2011 has been a year of building foundations for myself and my activities. I’ll take that. For […]