28 04 2011
#2763
22 04 2011
#2762

eMEGO 108 / Bruce Gilbert "The Shivering Man"

Have been keeping this album on repeat for a few weeks now... unknown to me until the recent Editions Mego reissue (album was originally released on Mute in 1986). Brilliant electronics and moods, highly enjoyable and thoroughly recommended.

http://editionsmego.com/release/eMEGO+108

20 04 2011
#2761

Angus MacLise | DREAMWEAPON | Opens May 10th at Boo-Hooray Gallery

“Angus was a dream percussionist. A dream person.” -- Lou Reed

DREAMWEAPON
The Art and Life of Angus MacLise (1938 – 1979)
May 10 - May 29, 2011
curated by Johan Kugelberg and Will Swofford Cameron

Opening Party, May 10th
6pm to 9pm at 521 W23rd Street

Art Exhibition - May 10 - May 29
521 W 23rd Street, New York

Sound Installation
265 Canal Street, Suite 601, New York

Film Night at the Anthology Film Archives
32 Second Avenue, New York, May 12th at 8 PM.

Boo-Hooray Gallery Website 

This is the first overview of the lifework of a major American 20th century artistic polyglot.

Angus MacLise was an American artist, poet, percussionist, and composer active in New York, San Francisco, Paris, London and Kathmandu from the 1950’s through the 1970’s. Best known as the original drummer of the Velvet Underground, MacLise’s lifework included music, calligraphy, performance art, poetry, drawings, plays, and limited edition artist’s books.

A suitcase of Angus MacLise’s artwork, publications, and manuscript as well as more than 100 hours of recorded music was left with La Monte Young and Marian Zazeela for safe-keeping thirty years ago. This extraordinary time-vault is the foundation of the exhibition, with additional materials drawn from private previously unseen collections and archives.

The 521 West 23rd Street exhibition features manuscript, calligraphy, ephemera, photography, artwork, memorabilia, posters and handbills illuminating MacLise’s multi-faceted career through a narrative of original artifacts.

The 265 Canal Street Suite 601 sound installation, the premiere exhibition at Boo-Hooray’s new Chinatown space, features previously unheard recordings from the 1960’s and 1970’s featuring Angus MacLise performing alongside notables such as: Tony Conrad, La Monte Young, John Cale, Billy Name, Terry Riley, William Breeze, Piero Heliczer, Jack Smith, Lou Reed, Sterling Morrison and Maureen Tucker among others. Each day one may experience a unique set of curated programs of MacLise’s music. Every day is different.

The exhibits are open every day from 11am - 6pm, with the curators hosting Walks and Talks at the 521 West 23rd Street location on Saturday May 14th at 3pm & Saturday May 21st at 3pm

For more information contact Michael Daley / michael@boo-hooray.com 

19 04 2011
#2760
19 04 2011
#2759

Simon Fowler's Sunn O))) "Oskorei" Roadburn 2011 Prints available for mailorder from the artist

Simon Fowler / Cataract Publishing announcement:
- Now available to order - 
Sunn O))) "Oskorei" Roadburn 2011 Prints by Simon Fowler, produced in collaboration with Stephen O'Malley.
B2 (520mm x 720mm) two colour screen-prints in two colour versions.
Limited numbered editions of 75 each signed by the artist. 
£30 plus postage and packaging world wide. 
Maximum of two prints per order in any combination. 
Only 25 of each version available direct from - simon@cataract-operation.com

19 04 2011
#2758

Another reason to say "fuck religion"

In this Sunday April 17, 2011 photo provided by the museum: "The Church (Sœur Jeanne-Myriam)", a 1990 picture by American artist Andres Serrano is shown damaged as part of the Collection Lambert in a museum in Avignon, Southern France, Sunday April 17, 2011. Assailants attacked three guards at this modern art exhibit and used a hammer to destroy a controversial photograph of a crucifix bathed in urine and this picture entitled The Church.(AP Photo/P.Daval) 

 

Vandals damage divisive photo at French exhibit

CECILE BRISSON

PARIS (AP) - Police questioned witnesses on Monday in their search for a man who took a hammer to a controversial photograph of a crucifix bathed in urine at an art exhibition in an Avignon museum.

The modern art museum, the Collection Lambert, in southern France, said an assailant destroyed the photograph by American artist Andres Serrano, "Immersion (Piss Christ)" on Sunday and apparently accidentally damaged another of the artist's works while struggling with a guard.

It was not immediately clear whether the assailant was part of a demonstration a day earlier by a right-wing group denouncing the 1987 photograph as blasphemous and demanding its removal from the exhibition, entitled "I Believe in Miracles."

According to police, citing witnesses, two people tried to enter the museum late Sunday morning carrying a can of paint spray and a chisel in their jackets. The guard removed the objects - just as a third person took a hammer to "Immersion."

The attacker struggled with a guard, but helped by an accomplice, managed to escape, police said. In the struggle, he apparently damaged another work, "The Church (Sister Jeanne-Myriam)," which shows a nun praying.

The police officials asked not to be identified by name because they weren't authorized to discuss the investigation publicly.

The museum's doors were shut Monday for its weekly closing. However, it said it will reopen Tuesday with the destroyed works on display so that the public can view the damage. The museum closed early Saturday because of a protest of the protest.

Serrano made the controversial work by placing a crucifix in urine and blood, and it has drawn criticism in the past from some Christian groups.

Young far-right Christian activists from the General Alliance Against Racism and for the Respect of the French and Christian Identity is taking the Collection Lambert to court Wednesday to try to have the crucifix photograph removed from the exhibit. The group denounced the photograph on its Web site, saying it "insults and injures Christians at the heart of their faith."

The exhibit opened Dec. 12 and is to run until May 8.

© 2011 The Associated Press. All Rights Reserved.
From AP News.com

14 04 2011
#2757

IDEOLOGIC ORGAN, the record label

IDEOLOGIC ORGAN, the record label, has been launched. Curated/produced by Stephen O'Malley (in collaboration, manufactured and distributed by Editions Mego) IO will focus on vinyl releases of high quality production, alongside digital download releases of the same material. The first two titles focus on acoustic spectral music: the initial being a double LP titled "Trowo Phurnag Ceremony" from Moscow based group PHURPA. Led by contemporary artist Alexei Tegin, Phurpa is a vocal ensemble performing beautiful and arcane music in the Tibetan Bon tradition. Eyvind Kang & Jessika Kenney's duo album "Aestuarium" will be the second production: a minimal spectral duo between the two disciples of voice and viola recorded by Mell Dettmer. These two titled will be released in June/July 2011. More information at http://editionsmego.com/ideologic-organ/

13 04 2011
#2756

SOMA on Adventures In Modern Music 7 April 2011

Listen to 'Adventures In Modern Music 7 April 2011' (Stream)

Adventures In Modern Music 7 April 2011

The Wire On Air
By: Anne Hilde Neset | Featuring: Stephen O'Malley
Hosted by Anne Hilde Neset, with a mix by Stephen O'Malley
Kurosh Yagmahei
"Reyhan"
from Back From The Brink: Pre Revolutionary Psychedelic Rock From Iran 1973–1979
(Now Again/Stones Throw CD)

The Sea And Cake
"The Moonlight Butterfly"
from The Moonlight Butterfly
(Thrill Jockey CD)

Bibio
"Feminine Eye"
from Mind Bokeh
(Warp CD) 

Sightings
"Reduction"
from Absolutes
(Load CD)

Maria Minerva
"10 Little Rock Chicks Listening To Neu!"
from Tallin At Dawn
(Not Not Fun MC)

Ciccone Youth
"Two Cool Rock Chicks Listening To Neu!"
from The Whitey Album
(Blast First CD)

Snorkel
"Stop Machine"
from Stop Machine
(Slowfoot CD)

Peter Evans
"Ghosts"
from Ghosts
(More Is More CD)

The Sea And Cake
"Lyric"
from The Moonlight Butterfly
(Thrill Jockey CD)

Captain Beefheart
"When I See A Mommy I Feel Like A Mummy"
from Bat Chain Puller
(bootleg CD)

STEPHEN O'MALLEY MIX (dedicated to SAVX)

Teitanblood
"Infernal Abomination Of Death"
from Black Putrescence Of Evil
(Nuclear Winter CD)

Grave Miasma
"Pillars"
from Exalted Emanation EP
(Sepulchral Voice CD)

Black Majesty
"From The Kingdoms Of Edom"
from Come Ye Forth/Seventh King Of Edom
(Death Rituals 7")

Bastard Priest
"From Beyond"
from Merciless Insane Death
(Zombie Ritual MC)

Dead Congregation
"Morbid Paroxysm"
from Graves Of The Archangels
(Nuclear War Now! LP)

Sonne Adam
"I Dream The Devil Sign"
from Armed With Hammers EP 
(Imperium Records 7")

Swallowed
"The Dying Misted In The Bloodstream"
from Swallowed 
(Emptiness Records 7")
Posted 11/04/11

09 04 2011
#2754

BURNING WITCH news

Some guy named Pinched Harmonicas recently unleashed this brilliance unto the internet world. EDGY apparently approves. Very very amusing. No, BW will not be reforming. Thank you very much.

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