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Sunday, August 15, 2010

Listen With Art Glut – Number One – (8/15/10)

15:44 – A collection of some of the coolest Creative Commons Music presented by Rubber Room Entertainment Labs Archivist, Art Glut!  A quick conglomerate of fun stuff!

Attribution by PQ Ribber .  All Music is Creative Commons, further information is included, below.

Released August 2010 on The Overnightscape Underground (onsug.com), an Internet talk radio channel focusing on a freeform monologue style, with diverse and fascinating hosts and amazingly unique programs.

Paza – Ninjani Diskus
Chasing Bits
Take one Atari ST, one microphone, a toy keyboard with animal sounds, throw in a few UFOs along with some ninjas and colliding asteroids and you have ‘Ninjani Diskus’ Paza’s debut release on 8bitpeoples. So pump up the volume and let Paza take you on a nonstop YM2149 thrillride through all of the levels and right to the highscore with his powerful and addictive blipps. This release contains the strength of 10 ninjas wailing on guitars.
Judith Peacock Cummings
Unidentified Jig 2 (January 21, 2002)
From the Patrick MacDonald Collection. From an unrealised Whistlebinkies project. Recorded Craig Armstrong’s studio, Glasgow, 21 January 2002.
Part of the Raretunes Archive- see
http://www.raretunes.org/recordings/unidentified-jig-n2/
John Storm: Severe Sensational Teenage Soul  (noisyguy)
Recorded 2010 at Rl’yeh, CA, USA
Abraham Lincoln’s Pizza Cabin
Black Square netlabel is about synthesis between image and a sound, music and a photo.
http://blacksquarenetlabel.blogspot.com/
blacksquarenetlabel@gmail.com
Carlos Lemosh
I Doctor
BS013 Organics (April 8, 2010)
“The sound that I was collecting I transformed that in instruments. The sound of Machine Gun, Plastic Bottles, A Tennis Player, Running Water, White Noise, Microsoft Sounds, X-Files, District 9 and 2012 Movie Trailers.” – Carlos Lemosh
Also Black Sqaure Label (as above)
Cagey House –
We Buzz Away
B for Breakfast [BP055] (March 21, 2010)
Cagey House creates ethereal and energetic instrumental music. Cagey House music has been featured on over one hundred alternative-oriented music podcasts, and also used as background, bumper, and theme music on many other non-music-oriented shows. Have had a couple of net-releases through Nishi, Umor-rex, Dog Eared, bumpfoot, and a few other netlabels.
B for Breakfast is Cagey House’s latest production. The album has varied between being kind of pop/rock-ish and instrumental experiments. All the tracks focused on melody and rhythm, but with lots of unexpected twists and turns, and with some dada-style vocal samples mutually interacting.
Credits: Written, Produced by Cagey House. Re-mastered by ZhangJW. Artwork by Kinle Wo.
Contact: http://www.myspace.com/cageyhouse
Bypass Netlabel – bp.bai-hua.org
Alan Morse Davies –
View 1 (1987)
Batavia EP (2010)
At Sea Music
This companion EP to “It Is Glorious to Make Electricity for Socialism” is about the British commercial war against the Dutch in the 18th century, Dutch colonialism in Indonesia and the amazing synergies between British and Indonesian folk songs. I’ve been having these ideas for over 20 years, so here are my musical thoughts over time. I’m not celebrating colonialism, I’m celebrating the connections between people made evident through music.
Sakee Sed –
I Am Drunk
Alle basi della roncola (ca365)
Clinical Archives Collection
SAKEE SED The band was born as DE SEEKAS Letters turned upside-down, like in a mirror. The Sakee Sed are Marco Grezzi and Gianluca Perucchini, guys from Bergamo, Italy, born between 1984 and 1986, grown in the nearby of the “Roncola”, a grey mount in Bergamo. After a two-years experience with the band De Seekas, a band with a stoner-rock attitude, the two guys began to deal with Howard, a piano from the beginning of the century, which drives them to turn letterally upside-down their style and name.
“Alle basi della Roncola” (At the feet of the Roncola) is the title of their debut album as Sakee Sed, coloured and dark at the same time, compact and multifaceted but of great impact. The album contains 13 tracks that blend a sense of lightness with paranoia, friendship and hate, fairy and frenzy, everything hanging by a grey rural dimension and a coloured world soaked in LSD.
Old and vintage instruments, very simple and low-fi recording characterize the album. On the Howard’s tunes and on a dancing drumming, we find ourselves catapulted back to the old saloons of the 50s and we can even smell tobacco. Everything is surrounded by harmonies of acoustic and electric guitars, vibraphones, banjo, ukulele, horgans, basses, chorus, melted with Marco, just awake, voice.
Puns, metaphores and allusions characterize the lyrics. The reality of some images fits in novels that remind of a melancholy fairy.
Sakee Sed still seem to be able to listen to the children novels, the sound of nature and its becoming human, and involve all: introspective sound and stories of drugs and alchool, medicines, fears, everyday life and love.
Sakee Sed usually change their live sets, sometimes unplugged, sometimes loud and electric, and they are supported on stage by “the family”, some friends and musicians of them, like Roberta Sammarelli (Verdena), Nicolas Restivo [n!], Martina Togni e Thomas Maffi.

Paza – Ninjani DiskusChasing Bits Take one Atari ST, one microphone, a toy keyboard with animal sounds, throw in a few UFOs along with some ninjas and colliding asteroids and you have ‘Ninjani Diskus’ Paza’s debut release on 8bitpeoples. So pump up the volume and let Paza take you on a nonstop YM2149 thrillride through all of the levels and right to the highscore with his powerful and addictive blipps. This release contains the strength of 10 ninjas wailing on guitars.

Judith Peacock CummingsUnidentified Jig 2 (January 21, 2002)From the Patrick MacDonald Collection. From an unrealised Whistlebinkies project. Recorded Craig Armstrong’s studio, Glasgow, 21 January 2002.Part of the Raretunes Archive- see http://www.raretunes.org/recordings/unidentified-jig-n2/

John Storm: Severe Sensational Teenage Soul  (noisyguy)Recorded 2010 at Rl’yeh, CA, USAAbraham Lincoln’s Pizza CabinBlack Square netlabel is about synthesis between image and a sound, music and a photo.http://blacksquarenetlabel.blogspot.com/blacksquarenetlabel@gmail.com

Carlos LemoshI DoctorBS013 Organics (April 8, 2010)“The sound that I was collecting I transformed that in instruments. The sound of Machine Gun, Plastic Bottles, A Tennis Player, Running Water, White Noise, Microsoft Sounds, X-Files, District 9 and 2012 Movie Trailers.” – Carlos LemoshAlso Black Sqaure Label (as above)

Cagey House -We Buzz AwayB for Breakfast [BP055] (March 21, 2010)
Cagey House creates ethereal and energetic instrumental music. Cagey House music has been featured on over one hundred alternative-oriented music podcasts, and also used as background, bumper, and theme music on many other non-music-oriented shows. Have had a couple of net-releases through Nishi, Umor-rex, Dog Eared, bumpfoot, and a few other netlabels.
B for Breakfast is Cagey House’s latest production. The album has varied between being kind of pop/rock-ish and instrumental experiments. All the tracks focused on melody and rhythm, but with lots of unexpected twists and turns, and with some dada-style vocal samples mutually interacting.Credits: Written, Produced by Cagey House. Re-mastered by ZhangJW. Artwork by Kinle Wo.
Contact: http://www.myspace.com/cageyhouse
Bypass Netlabel – bp.bai-hua.org

Alan Morse Davies – View 1 (1987)Batavia EP (2010) At Sea MusicThis companion EP to “It Is Glorious to Make Electricity for Socialism” is about the British commercial war against the Dutch in the 18th century, Dutch colonialism in Indonesia and the amazing synergies between British and Indonesian folk songs. I’ve been having these ideas for over 20 years, so here are my musical thoughts over time. I’m not celebrating colonialism, I’m celebrating the connections between people made evident through music.

Sakee Sed – I Am DrunkAlle basi della roncola (ca365) Clinical Archives CollectionSAKEE SED The band was born as DE SEEKAS Letters turned upside-down, like in a mirror. The Sakee Sed are Marco Grezzi and Gianluca Perucchini, guys from Bergamo, Italy, born between 1984 and 1986, grown in the nearby of the “Roncola”, a grey mount in Bergamo. After a two-years experience with the band De Seekas, a band with a stoner-rock attitude, the two guys began to deal with Howard, a piano from the beginning of the century, which drives them to turn letterally upside-down their style and name.”Alle basi della Roncola” (At the feet of the Roncola) is the title of their debut album as Sakee Sed, coloured and dark at the same time, compact and multifaceted but of great impact. The album contains 13 tracks that blend a sense of lightness with paranoia, friendship and hate, fairy and frenzy, everything hanging by a grey rural dimension and a coloured world soaked in LSD.Old and vintage instruments, very simple and low-fi recording characterize the album. On the Howard’s tunes and on a dancing drumming, we find ourselves catapulted back to the old saloons of the 50s and we can even smell tobacco. Everything is surrounded by harmonies of acoustic and electric guitars, vibraphones, banjo, ukulele, horgans, basses, chorus, melted with Marco, just awake, voice. Puns, metaphores and allusions characterize the lyrics. The reality of some images fits in novels that remind of a melancholy fairy.Sakee Sed still seem to be able to listen to the children novels, the sound of nature and its becoming human, and involve all: introspective sound and stories of drugs and alchool, medicines, fears, everyday life and love.Sakee Sed usually change their live sets, sometimes unplugged, sometimes loud and electric, and they are supported on stage by “the family”, some friends and musicians of them, like Roberta Sammarelli (Verdena), Nicolas Restivo [n!], Martina Togni e Thomas Maffi.

posted by pqribber at 12:32 pm filed in Aug10,music,PQ  

1 Comment »

  1. Most entertaining ten minutes of music ever!

    Comment by Neal — August 17, 2010 @ 7:47 am

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