Keith Fullerton Whitman on his exclusive mixtape for Ears Have Ears:
"Here's a mix covering my recent listening habits, entirely sourced from a series of vinyl rips of recent acquisitions & perennials I made to listen to remotely whilst my collection was locked away in a shipping container for a few months during its trans-pacific voyage. A blend of psychedelic Musique Concrète, anthemic Berlin School ragers, no-wave presaging synth-punk, electronic free jazz, cracked Sound Poetry, and the like. This should give you an idea of where my head is at, musically, at the moment."
1.Jacques Lejeune - Petite Suite • Danse (EMI La Voix De Son Maître, France 1970)
2.Jean Yves Labat - Matrix 16 - (Barclay, Canada 1976)
3.Philiipe Doray - D'Ici à Là (Gratte-Ciel, France 1977)
4.Hans Anton Knall - Merde (Gump, Sweden 1975)
5.V.D.B. Joel - Martian Invaders (Colorsound Library, Germany 1987)
6.Rolf Liebermann - Symphonie "Les Echanges" Komposition Für 156 Maschinen (Turicaphon, Switzerland 1964)
7.Robert "Cleve" Pozar & Michael Sahl - Good Golly Miss Nancy (Savoy, USA 1967)
8.Ernest Hood - Saturday Morning Doze (Thistlefield, USA 1975)
9.Leo Küpper - Automatismes Sonores (Deutsche Grammophon, Germany 1971)
10.Angel Rada - Asesinato Musical (Uranian, Venezuela 1983)
Keith Fullerton Whitman is a musician currently based in Brunswick, VIC. These days his creative energies are largely put into the continued development of a singular take on Live Electronic Music incorporating an ever-changing hardware-based system, allowing for a complexity of sound & vision. While this work had manifested itself as a pair of albums for Editions Mego entitled "Generators" & "Occlusions," it's largely intended for the stage. More recently, Keith has been performing a piece titled "Redactions," incorporating thematically & geographically relevant Concrète elements into the modular setup.
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