Have been asked many times to contribute lists for 2011 to blogs, mags etc.
Have not accepted because it seems there are around twenty times as many lists this year as I can recall even in 2010. Everyone's got a voice these days. My favorite list is the NYTimes "Rock Is Dead" list... what a revalation! How many times has that been declared? Usually means that things are thriving in the underground and the mainstream writers have been trapped in the firm grasp of industry crap, probably cant hear anything heavy any more anyway because their $300 ear buds are shoved so far up their asses cranking .AAC compressed dance files. Anyway...
This is the late December 2011 list
"Fools Crow" James Welch
"Source" Austin & Khan
"Are We Still Rolling? Phill Brown
New Yorker, Harpers & Vintage Guitar magazines
TALK TALK "Laughing Stock" & "Spirit of Eden" (Phill Brown)
WOVENHAND "Mosaic" & "ten Stones" & "Black of The Ink" (just hearing this great band now for the first time...)
AMI SON "Primitive Expression" LP
Michael von Biel RZ 2002 CD (amplified BBQ grills and hunting brass ensemble)
Sutekh Hexen "Ordo Adversarial" & Daemons" 7"s
Celestiaal "Desolate North" LP & Handmade Birds label in general
Esoteric "Paragon of Dissonance" 2CD
Jean-Claude Eloy "Anahata" 3CD & "Yo In" 4CD
NADJA live @ MadeiraDIG... and MadeiraDIG in general, great festival
Christian Wolff & Takahesa Kosugi live @ Théâtre de la ville Merce Cunningham Dance Company final tour shows
Wish you all a great 2012.
Die Reihe was a German-language music journal, edited by Herbert Eimert and Karlheinz Stockhausen and published by Universal Edition (Vienna) between 1955 and 1962 (ISSN 0486-3267).
PDF version is available courtesy of UbuWeb at my [media/shop] link on ideologic.org
In honor of Lemmy's birthday (actual age unknown) I have reposted the Motörhead 1978 tour program, and the amazing BLOW TO MY SOUL! garage funk compilation in the MEDIA/SHOP section
I also finally had DESCENT MAGAZINE vol III (1996) fully scanned, you can check it out as a pdf. Third issue of my old fanzine created with the great help and collaboration of Tyler Davis, and with contributions by Runhild Gammelsæter, Bard "Faust" Eithun and others. Interviews with: Blood Axis, Monumentum, Cradle of Filth, Emperor, Brighter Death Now, Satyricon, Ved Buens Ende, Death In June, Dissection, Allerseelen, Sol Invictus, Gehenna (NOR), MZ.412, Coven, Evoken, Smell & Quim, Trial of The Bow (ex-DISEMBOWELMENT), Kari Rueslatten, Taint, Tor Lundsvall, ATWA (Charles Manson, Lynette Fromme & Sandra Good), plus hundreds of slanderous and praise-filled reviews. Layout hugely inspired by Cold Meat Industry design of the time, albeit with a naive touch and junior typography skills, therefor quite hard to read in many places.
Hard to believe this is 15 years old already, and that many of these musicians are still around in one form or another. I believe we printed 1500 copies of this "tome".
I will continue to upload the other issues of this zine as they are scanned. If anyone out there can help with issues 2, 4 & 5 please be in touch. I will trade discs for scanning.
Lastly a 165 page portfolio of the great, inspiring, always relevant/revanent Russian artist Ivan Bilibin has been posted.
Check any/all of these pieces here: MEDIA/SHOP
Thanks for reading & listening.
All our best for 2012.
This is the first solo performance of Piano Phase where one person is playing both piano parts simultaneously. Steve Reich was in attendance for the performance. Music for 18 Musicians was also performed that night. The concert was held on March 28, 2004 in Kulas Hall at Baldwin-Wallace College Conservatory in Berea, OH. The pianist was Rob Kovacs. He was 21 years old at the time.
"Plasma Pool 20th years anniversary show come to do some old school EBM party if you are around!" -Attila CSIHAR wrote today
Great project from Kevin Yuen & Scoitt Miller.
Looks like they have a triage of 7"s... I just have the one mentioned above and "Ordo Adversarial".
Will be scouring for the third...
BLACK SABBATH @ BERCY June 2012 tix & BURNING WITCH 4LP+DVD boxed sets arrive at the same moment today. As Wotan on his winter solstice hunt... merci!
In a post-apocalyptic world, in which a large part of the population consists of demented and deformed mutants being kept in reservations, a man embarks upon visiting the ruins of a museum buried under the sea which can only be accessed during low tide.
Written and directed by Konstantin Lopushansky
Director of Photography - Nikolai Pokoptsev
Music by Vikor Kisin (II), Alfred Shnitke
Production Designer - Valery Yurkevich
© LENFILM, 1989.
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