Episode 111, Some Assembly Required
01 Double Dee & Steinski – “Jazz”
02 Public Works – “Substance”
03 Jeff Sconce - “Mouse house”
04 DJ Frenchbloke – “Ego on earth”
05 Laso Halo – “Stanley”
06 Osymyso – “Cut Up Nonsense”
07 Emergency Broadcast Network – “Dream Induction”
08 People Like Us – “Dolly Pardon”
09 Kid Koala – “Fender Bender”
10 The Residents – “Beyond The Valley Of A Day In The Life”
11 Freelance Hellraiser - “Trapped dreams”
12 The Tape-beatles – “The simple way”
13 Lecture On Nothing – “Turk Song”
14 Tommy Tee – “Aerosoul”
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Great show (as always)!
This also may be of interest to fans, concerning the 'Phonostatic' magazine which Lloyd Dunn edited. All ten cassettes from the series are being hosted by ubu.com here:
Here is the description per the ubu page:
PhotoStatic was a magazine, a periodical series of printed works, that focused on xerography (photocopy) as a creative medium. Founded by editor Lloyd Dunn in 1983, the title continued in some form until as late as 1998. During that time, PhotoStatic served as a forum to collect art works made using xerography and other machine art techniques. Its scope was soon extended to embrace not only graphic works, but also the world of sound art as well.
A companion publication on audio cassette was dubbed PhonoStatic, with the inaugural issue appearing in 1984. In all, ten cassette issues were released at roughly six-month intervals, culminating with the "Audio Collage" cassette in 1989.
The first issue was edited by Paul Neff, and thereafter, Lloyd Dunn took over (both were to become members of the Tape-beatles). A quick look at the track lists will reveal that a handful of artists were quite regularly represented among the dozens who participated. It can also be said that many of these pieces were made by artists who also contributed graphic work to the pages of PhotoStatic. It is fair to see that as representative of the intermedia emphasis in the alternative or 'otherstream' communities of the day, a movement (generally speaking) that rejected many artistic conventions, specializations, and categories.
Oh, and the other works by Tape-beatles/Public Works also hosted by ubu.com.
Excellent, thanks for the heads up!
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