Ideologic

Ideologic

Stephen O’Malley

Ausstellung Laibach Kunst

Posted: Feb 28, 2011

Ausstellung Laibach Kunst

Ausstellung Laibach Kunst
Perspectives 1980-2011
24 February–17 April 2011

UGM l Maribor Art Gallery
Strossmayerjeva 6
Maribor, Slovenia
www.ugm.si 

Curated by: Simona Vidmar, Claudia Richter and Laibach The internationally renowned multidisciplinary collective and performance group Laibach are returning to the exhibition space! After 30 years of provocative activities and 'performances', Umetnostna galerija Maribor / Maribor Art Gallery presents a review of Laibach's visual artwork. Since their for...

2 new concerts with Dumitrescu & Avram in Paris March 2011

Posted: Feb 23, 2011

2 new concerts with Dumitrescu & Avram in Paris March 2011
2 new concerts with Dumitrescu & Avram in Paris March 2011
2 new concerts with Dumitrescu & Avram in Paris March 2011

After 2 exciting collaborations with Dumitrescu and Avram in Israel January 2011 (and a fantastic ensemble) I am honored to be invited to perform their compositions with them again in my adopted hometown of Paris!

Concert 24 mars 2011
Les Rendez-vous Contemporains de Saint-Merri
Ensemble "Le Balcon" (France), Ensemble Hyperion (Roumanie)
soliste Stephen O'Malley
Direction: Iancu Dumitrescu, Ana-Maria Avram

Ana-Maria Avram: Nouvel archae pour vois assistées par ordinateur  (14")
Avram: "Axe epsylon ...

Electrical Guitar

Posted: Feb 22, 2011

Electrical Guitar

The newest mare in the stable.

Kevin at Electrical built this BEAUTY for us recently... highly recommended.

http://www.electricalguitarcompany.com/

Octobass

Posted: Feb 22, 2011

The 12-foot tall Octobass plays so low, it's lowest string when played fully open is barely in the human hearing registry. To play it, a musician must stand on a stool and use leavers to fret the notes. It resides at the new Musical Instrument Museum in Phoenix, Arizona, and is the only one in North America.

I shot this with the Canon 5dmkii to run as a multimedia piece to go with stories we are running in The Arizona Republic about a new musical instrument museum in Phoenix. Photog Pete Schol...

LUGUBRUM & ALUK TODOLO in Paris

Posted: Feb 17, 2011

LUGUBRUM & ALUK TODOLO in Paris

This is a pairing of le bizarre!!!

 

our la première fois en France : 

 

Lugubrum + Aluk Todolo : samedi 19 février 2011

au Pixi - Bagnolet - Paris - France

 

LE PIXI  : 82 avenue de la République - 93170 Bagnolet

métro: GALLIENI (ligne 3) ou ROBESPIERRE (ligne 9)

bus: 102 & 318 (arret "Republique-Robespierre" face au bar)

voiture: Porte de Bagnolet à 300m (direction Montreuil centre)

 

Capacité très limitée, prévente conseillée !

http://www.digitick.com/lugubrum-aluk-todolo-concert-dark-metal-le-pixi-bag...

Victor Sjöström's "Körklaren" ("La Charrette fantôme") @ Louvre Paris w/ soundtrack by KTL

Posted: Feb 14, 2011

Victor Sjöström's "Körklaren" ("La Charrette fantôme") @ Louvre Paris w/ soundtrack by KTL

In case you are interested: Louvre is projecting a version of Victor Sjöström's 1921 classic "Körklaren" ("La Charrette fantôme" or "The Phantom Carriage") with a soundtrack that KTL (Peter Rehberg and I) Completed on a commission from Tartan Films in 2007.

KTL will not be performing live at this projection of the film (as we did with FW Murnau's "L'aurore" in December 010), but our score will be played back through their fantastic system.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Phantom_Carriage 

 

Lifer

Posted: Feb 12, 2011

Lifer

Excerpt from a great interview with Wino from :

http://theobelisk.net/obelisk/2011/02/03/winointerview/

 

You keep going anyway. It doesn’t seem to hold you back.

It affects you, of course, but I’m gonna keep going. This is all I do. 50 now, It’s not like I’m gonna learn a trade or something. That’s one thing about it. Sometimes when I’m home, I see people walking around in the middle of the day and I catch myself thinking, “Man, wouldn’t it be nice to have a regular, stable nine to five?” but ma...

Ideologic v2

Posted: Feb 12, 2011

Ideologic v2

After a few months of work, the new Ideologic has been finished. Although it may be the most mundane thing to update a website these days, we havent really done anything major to ours since the first posts back in 2003. Well, a few bits but not much. 

v2 allows searching from external engines like google, etc. Theres also a new store page in progress... the words section is much more organized and the discography has been linked to discogs.com. There are a massive amount of albums which Im lis...

RIP TURA SATANA

Posted: Feb 10, 2011

RIP TURA SATANA
RIP TURA SATANA
RIP TURA SATANA
RIP TURA SATANA

Tura Satana dies at 72; actress starred in 'Faster, Pussycat! Kill! Kill!'
Satana gained cult status for her role as Varla, 'the Arnold Schwarzenegger of bad girls,' in the 1965 Russ Meyer film.
February 07, 2011|By Keith Thursby, Los Angeles Times
Tura Satana, an actress who gained cult status for her role in the 1965 Russ Meyer movie "Faster, Pussycat! Kill! Kill!," died Friday of heart failure at a hospital in Reno.

Satana's death was confirmed by her manager, Siouxzan Perry, who said Satana w...

Chiharu Shiota @ La Maison Rouge & MOMA FOMA

Posted: Feb 8, 2011

Chiharu Shiota @ La Maison Rouge & MOMA FOMA
Chiharu Shiota @ La Maison Rouge & MOMA FOMA
Chiharu Shiota @ La Maison Rouge & MOMA FOMA
Chiharu Shiota @ La Maison Rouge & MOMA FOMA

This post is in reference to her exhibition in Paris soon.

"Tous Cannibales"!
http://www.lamaisonrouge.org/spip.php?article727&date=venir

and: http://www.detached.com.au/exhibition.html

January 3, 2011: Japanese artist Chiharu Shiota set fire to a grand piano in a Hobart street as part of an art installation for MONA FOMA 2011.

The burnt piano will form the centrepiece for an artwork to be exhibited at Detached gallery from January 14 to April 3.

Chiharu Shiota will then spend 10 days spinning a va...

JERRY HUNT

Posted: Feb 6, 2011

JERRY HUNT
JERRY HUNT

Very interesting American composer.
This SongDrapes CD is one of the more compelling albums I've heard in some time... invigorating, humorous, bizarre.

Thanks to Maestro Volkov for the introductions

www.jerryhunt.org