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  1. Surprised this hasn't been posted already, should hopefully appeal to a few watmm's... MEAT BEAT MANIFESTO VS. TERRY RILEY Jack Dangers of Meat Beat Manifesto in a unique remix of Terry Riley’s legendary minimalist masterpiece ‘In C’, performed by the Grand Valley State University New Music Ensemble. Composed in 1964, first recorded for release in 1968, this 2009 performance was remixed within earshot of the same San Francisco Bay foghorns which inspired Riley in the early sixties. Limited edition album of just 499 copies on neon yellow vinyl, available now for pre-order only fr
  2. New bits, olde bits & new/olde bits, there's just about everything here. The ambient soundscapes of Harold Budd, Biosphere & Luc Ferrari, experimental explorations by La Monte Young, Alvin Lucier & Terry Riley, with a trajectory set to the outer limits for full meditations with Robert Ashley, Jon Hassel, Brian Eno & Weather Report. All spiced oop with some NASA sounds, get it down you. Track-list soon: https://soundcloud.com/cwmbran-city/invocation-of-ffawydden
  3. BLUE FOURTEEN: HENRY PLOTNICK C70 + download BUY HERE Playful, meditative, painless. The stacks of entwining loops that comprise Henry Plotnick’s music are so colourful and vibrant that they become visual - you picture them as perfect circles of dots, dashes and hues rotating, multiplying, blinking in and out. This isn’t music that you have to think hard about to find enjoyable. Its appeal is as universal as sunshine and crushed ice. Though these six pieces can build into dense patterns of information - only to be stripped right back to the bare ticks, tocks and puls
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