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Patrick Farmer - Green rings around the eyes, this grass in vibrant motion.
A really great cd. I love the music. The tenderness of noise. Noise is becoming tenser and warm like Daniel Jones "on When on and off collide", or Malfatti/Rowe. Is this frightning or just a new sensability from a new aestheic?

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J.F. wrote: I guess what I basically look for is no-wave/noise-rock/experimental post-punk stuff with female singers (or more precise: without male singers)
Now I get it. And you have already choosen the right ones. Probably try "Micachu & The Shapes" too.
Reminds a little bit to Slits.

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The Room has now solidified into a classicism so balanced that the rhythm guide of the loop station going off feels like a solid base on which to rest a compositiononal theory ( = acquaintance breeds teleology).

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Wombatz wrote:The Room has now solidified into a classicism so balanced that the rhythm guide of the loop station going off feels like a solid base on which to rest a compositiononal theory ( = acquaintance breeds teleology).
do you know that Keith is doing an extended version for DVD-A? it'll be on ErstSolo also, probably sometime in 2012.

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I think you mentioned something was in the works. That's great, to me that whole work complex (big word, but why not) will show how far the programmatic aspect of the music will carry. (Also looking forward to the release of the thematically related 2007 Rothko Chapel gig. (I'm right now trying to do an embedded remix of my cover art primer, which would earn me a copy and a nice opportunity to have it signed, I hope.))

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someone is releasing the rothko chapel show? who?

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ReverendLove wrote:
J.F. wrote: I guess what I basically look for is no-wave/noise-rock/experimental post-punk stuff with female singers (or more precise: without male singers)
Now I get it. And you have already choosen the right ones. Probably try "Micachu & The Shapes" too.
Reminds a little bit to Slits.
Oh, wow. I remember very well picture-googling that band because I wanted to see more photos of that one (longhaired) girl. For some reason I didn't think of having a listen to what they do. Image
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if you really mean no wave you need teenage jesus and the jerks for the first wave and scissor girls for the second. people label that 00s wave as 'no wave' but i don't think it's a very useful tag, as the scene was mostly dance-punk thrown back to post-punk and doesn't get into the meat of no wave at all. if you want the erase errata dance/punk side of things, that comes straight from the slits and the raincoats (and a bunch of bands with dudes on vox, but i'm not sure if that's what you're looking for) probably you already know all those bands, though.

deerhoof is the only one you've mentioned that i consider fairly unique. i wouldn't toss them in with any of the above, especially not across multiple albums.

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mudd wrote:someone is releasing the rothko chapel show? who?

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Should be in conjunction with this Berlin exhibition:
http://www.luettgenmeijer.com/upcoming.html

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mudd wrote:scissor girls
That's another new name - thanks. Looks like I'm going to buy a whole bunch of CDs soon.
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Wombatz wrote:
mudd wrote:someone is releasing the rothko chapel show? who?

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Should be in conjunction with this Berlin exhibition:
http://www.luettgenmeijer.com/upcoming.html
nice. i'll have to keep an eye on that.

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Inien . favoriten (schraum)
Axel Haller (bass), Johannes Tröndle (cello)

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“In a kind of middle-aged crisis, it dawned upon me that there was a possibility that music might not even be an art form.”

Morton Feldman


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new stuff from Senufo

Bellows Handcut (really lovely)
Jennifer Veillerobe Zweifarbige Gesten (totally stripped and raw - subtle but challenging)

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Roberto Mallo/Miguel Prado/Ryu Hankil - Sannakji

Still sounding fresh and pretty great to me (and such a wonderful front cover!).
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Jim O'Rourke - Old News volume 5

Pleasantly surprised! Now if I could just get hold of volumes 2 and 4 of this series I'd be mega chuffed!
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Daniel Jones wrote:Image
Jim O'Rourke - Old News volume 5
is this available now? is it vinyl only?

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mono tony wrote:
Daniel Jones wrote:Image
Jim O'Rourke - Old News volume 5
is this available now? is it vinyl only?
It is a vinyl only release, yes. I pre-ordered mine directly from the Mego site whilst I had some funds in my paypal account and it arrived about a week ago now... I've seen it available to buy from shops though.
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Upgraded In a Silent Way from awful cassette dub to Cd after all these years. Side A suffers from that, the edits are glaring and the band without murk is pretty sloppy, especially Mc Laughlin's timing (before Tony took care of it) is awful. Side B is still totally amazing.