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  • Jan 18, 2016
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Daniel Bennett & Stephen Cornford – Fellfield Draff

Daniel Bennett & Stephen Cornford – Fellfield Draff We finished this about March 2014, so I’m very pleased to see it finally out in the world. You can hear a bit of the record below, combined with something to look at: namely Stephen destroying the innards of a digital camera, and me making some kind […]


  • Oct 16, 2015
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Seth Cooke in The Wire

Seth Cooke – the man responsible for 95% of BTB these days, and for 100% of the sonic output of Seth Cooke – is interviewed in the Wire this month. Many people reading this page won’t be surprised to find a piece full of Seth’s straightforwardly intelligent thoughts on field recording, feedback, improvisation & combinations […]


  • Jul 30, 2015
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Interview with Joe Panzner

Joe Panzner is a composer, mastering engineer and musicologist based in Ohio. For nearly a decade now he has been building what is, for our money, one of the most consistently exciting & intelligent bodies of work in noise & computer music.


RIP Nick Talbot

It’s odd writing this, trying to transmit a feeling that’s really only going to connect with people who knew Nick, because Nick was less a part of this crowd and so I have no idea how many of the people who’ll read this knew him. I guess most people will know him best via his […]


  • Dec 3, 2014
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Xenakis in America

A new book on Xenakis. And free. Smashing! A few pages in and we’re disappointed to learn that not all of Big X’s experiences in the US were artistically satisfactory. Still, we’re glad to have learned that he wrote music for a German toothpaste commercial. If you make noise or computer music you probably need […]


  • Nov 28, 2014
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On Reverse Engineering

Excellent long post from Nick Seaver on the hidden cultural work of engineers in web 3.0 On Reverse Engineering


  • Nov 4, 2014
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Aigon DAAC at Spirit of Gravity – Brighton 23/10/14

Dominic Lash – Double Bass Stuart Chalmers – Tapes/FX Dan Bennett – Modular Synth


  • Oct 3, 2014
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Dan Bennett’s Set from June 2014’s Bang the Bore at Cafe Kino

From our show earlier this year with Kostis Kilymis and Tony Bevan Computer, Phono Cartridge, Prepared Speaker and 9v battery recording. Computer generates saw waves, pulse trains and raw voltage offsets, and controls feedback level and playback of a recording of a 9v battery discharging through a speaker and a potentiometer. Sound sources are mixed […]


  • Mar 27, 2014
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Dominic Lash – Chord Sequence with Interruptions

In this Second instalment of Bang the Bore’s Interviews With Composers series, we spoke to Dominic Lash about his piece Chord Sequence with Interruptions
 


ACT

A few months back I opened up a fairly minimal “text score”  for responses from posters on the Bang the Bore forum. The text score itself was called ACT, it was the product of a slow morning spent with scores by Cage, Brecht and others on my mind. I liked the idea of instructions that were at the […]


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