BJÖRK – MEDULLA ANNIVERSARY VIDEO (feat. Mike Patton & Rahzel)

A short compilation video made for the anniversary of Björk's Medúlla (released August 31 2004), which highlights her collaboration with Mike Patton and Rahzel for the album. The footage used to create this short video was taken from "The Inner or Deep Part of an Animal or Plant Structure", the official DVD released by… Continue lendo BJÖRK – MEDULLA ANNIVERSARY VIDEO (feat. Mike Patton & Rahzel)


Cardiacs Tribute – R.E.S. (Toneheim folkehøgskole 2010)

From the DVD of the final concert at Toneheim folkehøgskole 2010. Sindre Dybvik - vocals and general madnessAxel Magnus Gaasø - keyboards and arrangingPer Elling Kobberstad - guitarTorgeir Aase Løseth - drumsSimen Eifring - tromboneSigurd Waldemar Nybo - bass [Verse 1]A stitch in time saves nine in timeTo stay alive 'cause we are so… Continue lendo Cardiacs Tribute – R.E.S. (Toneheim folkehøgskole 2010)

CARDIACS – A Little Man and a House

Sourced from the recently unearthed VHS courtesy of Cardiacs discord user gen, this is a different version of the clip that was commercially available on the "Pirates Of The Panasoniks" tape, with no video mixing effect. Stereo audio taken from 2015 reissue of "The Seaside" Cardiacs are an English rock band formed in Kingston… Continue lendo CARDIACS – A Little Man and a House

SECRET CHIEFS 3 – Perichoresis

Perichoresis (from Greek περιχώρησις perikhōrēsis, "rotation") is a term referring to the relationship of the three persons of the triune God (Father, Son, and Holy Spirit) to one another. Circumincession is a Latin-derived term for the same concept. It was first used as a term in Christian theology, by the Church Fathers. The noun first… Continue lendo SECRET CHIEFS 3 – Perichoresis

SECRET CHIEFS (UR) – Circumambulation

Secret Chiefs 3 (or SC3) is an American avant-garde group led by guitarist/composer Trey Spruance (of Mr. Bungle and formerly, Faith No More). Their studio recordings and tours have featured different lineups, as the group performs a wide range of musical styles, mostly instrumental, including surf rock, Persian, neo-Pythagorean, Indian, death metal, film music, and… Continue lendo SECRET CHIEFS (UR) – Circumambulation

JOHN ZORN – The Dreamers (live @ Moers Festival, 2006)

The Dreamers is an album by John Zorn released in 2008 featuring performances by a band which would later become known as The Dreamers. It is viewed as continuation of the Music Romance tradition expressed on his 2001 album The Gift. The Moers Festival is an annual international music festival in Moers, Germany. The festival… Continue lendo JOHN ZORN – The Dreamers (live @ Moers Festival, 2006)

NURSE WITH WOUND – Lumb’s Sister [fvll albvm] (2014)

Nurse with Wound (abbreviated NWW) is the main recording name for British musician Steven Stapleton. Nurse with Wound was originally a band, formed in 1978 by Stapleton, John Fothergill and Heman Pathak. The band's work has explored genres such as industrial, noise, dark ambient, and drone. Their early recordings, all made quickly, were heavily… Continue lendo NURSE WITH WOUND – Lumb’s Sister [fvll albvm] (2014)

JOHN ZORN – Kristallnacht (live @ the Knitting Factory, 1992)

John Zorn's live performance of his visceral suite "Kristallnacht", depicting a timeline surrounding the Nazi pogrom against Jewish sites and businesses on 9-10 November 1938, had a shocking effect on audiences in Munich and New York. The New York Times offered this review of the 1992 performance at the Knitting Factory: "Kristallnacht," John Zorn's… Continue lendo JOHN ZORN – Kristallnacht (live @ the Knitting Factory, 1992)

YOKO ONO & JOHN ZORN – Improvisation (live @ The Greene Space 2012)

Spinning on Air's 25th Anniversary with Yoko Ono, Sean Lennon, John Zorn, and Diane Cluck. The event was hosted by the show's creator David Garland, and featured performances by, and conversations with, very special guests including Yoko Ono, Sean Lennon, John Zorn, and Diane Cluck. The eclectic weekly music program Spinning On Air was… Continue lendo YOKO ONO & JOHN ZORN – Improvisation (live @ The Greene Space 2012)

JULIÁN CARRILLO – Balbuceos para Piano Metamorfoseado

Julián Carrillo Trujillo (January 28, 1875 – September 9, 1965) was a Mexican composer, conductor, violinist and music theorist, famous for developing a theory of microtonal music which he dubbed “The Thirteenth Sound” (El Sonido 13).