2010

Stephen O'Malley - Cocon & Oiseau De Nuit (Cass)

Program repeats both sides.
Recorded November 2006, NYC.
Reamped through 2 x SUNN2000S w/ Oekel custom cabinets / G12M speakers, June 2010, Paris.
Mastered August 2010 at Piethopraxis, Cologne.

First catalog# taken from the label's website, second from cassette.

Edition of 250 copies.

©2010 Editions Mego Stephen O'Malley

2009

Stephen O'Malley - Keep An Eye Out (12", Etch, S/Sided, Ltd, Ora)

Part of Guitar Series Vol. 4

℗ 2008 Ideologic Organ (BMI)
℗© 2008 Table of the Elements

 

Stephen O'Malley - Keep An Eye Out (12", Etch, S/Sided, Ltd, Cle)

Part of Guitar Series Vol. 4

℗ 2008 Ideologic Organ (BMI)
℗© 2008 Table of the Elements

 

Stephen O'Malley - Petite Géante (Cass, Ltd)

Petite Géante (1 x stereo) 31:42 – program repeats on both sides.

Recorded in 1208 Saalfelden, 01-0209 Brest. Stephen O'Malley: Electrical guitar, Supro, Fulltone tape echo, sine wave, field recording. Originally commissioned for the Enter sound installation series at Tou Scene, Stavanger, Norway curated by Anne Hilde Neset. Appears as a 4 channel work which loops for a full day, on a cycle with 9 other artists, every tenth day, for at least two years. More information about Tou Scene and Enter can be found at www.touscene.com. Published by Ideologic Organ (BMI) administered by Rough Trade Music Publishing. Thanks Anne Hilde Neset, Gisèle Vienne, Edwin Pouncey. For Takehisa Kosugi & Oren Ambarchi.

This two-sided one track cassette is a product of The Tapeworm – "…two questions – why? and what?"
TTW#03, copyright 2009 The Tapeworm

Edition of 350 copies.

2008

Stephen O'Malley - Salt (CD, Album, Ltd)

Recorded in 230 W 108 #4d, NYC spring 2005.
Mastered & bass wave assistance at Aleph, Seattle.

Limited edition of 600 copies in oversized cardboard cover.

SALT is the audio component created for "Bleed", the initial collaboration between sculptor Banks Violette and musician Stephen O'Malley. First shown at Barbara Gladstone Gallery, NYC summer 2005. Subsequently the piece was acquired by The Guggenheim Museum and remains in their collection in NYC.

Long playback loops of acoustic guitar and bass sine waves sparsely moved to the ear on it's own, but was designed to instead suggest modulation an border to the viewer/listener through their movement around and in relation to the work itself.

Published by Ideologic Organ (BMI), administred in Europe & Australasia by Touch Musci [MCPS].
Thanks to Anne Kugler, Banks Violette, Jose Friere/TEAM, Neville Wakefield, Barbara Gladstone & Mell Dettmer.

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