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[bandcamp width=100% height=120 album=615002735 size=large bgcol=ffffff linkcol=0687f5 tracklist=false artwork=small]

 

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*posts vespertine*

 

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orite

 

 

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Verstuurd vanaf mijn ONEPLUS A3003 met Tapatalk

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lovin dis thread!

 

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Recent, where do you even begin?

 

Maria W Horn:

 

https://www.discogs.com/artist/4140579-Maria-W-Horn

 

Kate Carr:

 

 

Gwen, a local lady from Cardiff, continues to intersect genres. Really enjoy her dedication to strangeness, drone tones & textures:

 

https://soundcloud.com/rumblin_cynth_rampo

 

Stacks of mint inclusions already.

 

Legacies?

 

Daphne Oram, Pauline Oliveros (Deep Listening is surely a book that's required reading for anyone with an interest in music?) & Eliane Radigue's works already covered. Adore the latter's L'Île Re-Sonante, Songs of Milarepa, Trilogie de la Mort & Kyema/Intermediate States + DO's Oramics takes some beating for sheer wtf-ness

 

Ellen Fullman deserves a link or two. Worked w/Pauline Oliveros & although her long string instrument thingy looks cumbersome, it sounds sublime:

skip to 6:50-ish

 

 

https://ellenfullman.bandcamp.com/album/staggered-stasis

 

Ann Kroeber, Alan Splet's wife, has a sound-design cv to die for. Worked w/David Lynch across various projects plus all manner of audio for music, film & documentaries. Just wish she'd team up w/Chris Watson, cos they seem like natural allies.

 

DiY's original free-party godess Emma. Deeeeepest House. Hope she plays their 30th birthday this summer:

 

 

 

 

 

 

One aspect to add to the already extensive posts is this cracking read - just the right balance of education & entertainment:

 

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96 banger by Andrea Parker

 

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Verstuurd vanaf mijn ONEPLUS A3003 met Tapatalk

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Herr Jan bringing the goods. Shame on me for forgetting about Ruth White and Inga Copeland, and I even own that Beatriz Ferreyra album on vinyl :facepalm:

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Sia first charted in 1999 featuring on this DJ Friendly track:

 

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Sia first charted in 1999 featuring on this DJ Friendly track:

 

FYI, this remixed a stripped down vocal track ("Mad Love") she had released on her 1997 debut.

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