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▶ loving the new Segue album: Over The Mountains available now via Silent Season


▶ Nisennenmondai meet Adrian Sherwood via xlr8r podcast


▶ check out the first ever performance of Daphne Oram’s Still Point by The London Contemporary Orchestra


▶ beautiful new album by Message To Bears: Carved from Tides


▶ nicely done!


▶ David Lang’s “man made,” So Percussion with the LA Phil


Make it rain!


A lot of the early digital eurorack modules were not even CD spec, which is fair enough if you are emulating or recreating a 12 bit drum machine or chiptune generator, but respect is due to Intellijel for creating Rainmaker – a multi tap spectral delay & comb filter/resonator – with 24bit 96khz internals!
Just waiting on an Intellijel 7U performance case to exit customs so I can start playing… its going to be my Buchla Easel Twin… And I am slowly going to replace/rehouse all the modules in my trusty old Doepfer G6 racks, so fire me an email if you’re local & interested in one – I have 3 x G6 cases + 1 x G3 case – I think one G6 is spoken for but will see how progress goes as I redesign my modular for the next project!

Thank you @ClockFaceModular – great service!

Detritus 397


▶ browser based project: Musical Chord Progression Arpeggiator via the verge


by Niklas Roy via Justin Lincoln’s notational


▶ Great article & interview with owner of legendary Harajuku synth shop FiveG


Rus Khasanov: “I shot this video in 4K with Sony a7R II and Sony FE 90mm f/2.8 Macro G.
Music by Dmitry Evgrafov


▶ by Fellek Malstrøm: “All audio (exept the original piano) and video are generated in realtime through different spectral processing techniques, based on the studies of Jean Francois Charles in PD and Max. The video is part of a live concert performance.”


▶ Science agrees, silence is good for you


▶ whats that old joke? Teenager: “My mother just told me to stop treating our house like a hotel… She’s going to regret that when I submit my review to TripAdvisor” – except NOT!


▶ love this!


▶ Is jazz entering a new golden age?


Snow ghosts – haunting images of derelict Soviet infrastructure


▶ “What we obtain too cheap, we esteem too lightly” – Thomas Paine #quote


▶ Ten films that use silence brilliantly


Spatial Bodies

Spatial Bodies by AUJIK depicts the urban landscape and architectural bodies as an autonomous living and self replicating organism. Domesticated and cultivated only by its own nature. A vast concrete vegetation, oscillating between order and chaos.
Music specially composed by Daisuke Tanabe.
Filmed in Osaka, Japan.


Paris 1969

Miles Davis – Trumpet
Jack DeJohnette – Drums
Chick Corea – Fender Rhodes
Dave Holland – Bass
Wayne Shorter – Sax

1. Introduction 0:00
2. Directions 0:34
3. Bitches Brew 8:33
4. Paraphernalia 22:50
5. Riot 35:21
6. I Fall In Love Too Easily 38:42
7. Sanctuary 40:53
8. Miles Runs The Voodoo Down 45:13
9. The Theme 1:02:45