If any of you are at the airport while reading this, then this one is dedicated to you.
I'm not so sure that they are an orchestra and I'm pretty sure they're not spheres, but I'll try and keep the judgments to their music.
Most of you probably know about John Cage's 4'33", but I've never seen a performance where they've taken it this seriously.
Averaging about three albums a year, Oren Ambarchi is definitely one of the more prolific musicians out there nowadays.
Ever get tired of hearing the same old instruments? Probably not, but if you are, then Harry Partch has invented many instruments that should make things more interesting.
If you're a fan of driving rhythms and strange, complex soundscapes, then you're in for a treat on tonight's episode of the LNMC.
Norman McLaren is more of a visual artist, but whether or not the sound is a byproduct of his film work doesn't make much of a difference when you consider that he did this in 1940.
That's about enough of the new stuff from me this week, so let's cool it off with some Coltrane.
There's nothing quite like avant-garde electronic music to get you into the holiday mood.
Nights At The Roundtable with The United States Of America, 60's electronica, experimental, Avant-garde group and major influence on Broadcast with a track from their one and only s/t album, "Coming Down".
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