The Adjacent Sector (Em085)
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Thanks to all the artists who supported this project, its took a long time to finally get it out but at last ........ http://electronicmusik.wordpress.com/ Dedicated to my Dad, musician Norman Simpson (1923 - 2008), in the sure knowledge he would have disliked all of it and would have happily spent many hours eruditely telling me why .
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Wolf Eyes (USA) began as a solo project of former Nautical Almanac member Nate Young, with Aaron Dilloway joining in 1998, and John Olson in 2000. The group has released over 100 recordings in their relatively short lifespan, on labels such as Bulb Records, Troubleman Unlimited, Fusetron, and Sub Pop, as well as on Olson's American Tapes label, Dilloway's Hanson Records, Mike Connelly's Gods of Tundra label and Nate Young's AA Records. Connelly (also of Hair Police) replaced Dilloway in early 2005, due to the latter's departure for Nepal to make arrangements for his marriage. Dilloway is no longer an active member of the group but he did some production work on their 2006 Sub Pop album Human Animal. and has performed with them on at least two occasions (Empty Bottle Chicago, IL 2/25/2006 and No Fun Fest Brooklyn, NY 3/18/2006). John Olson also performs in Dead Machines with his wife Tovah Olson. Nate Young performs solo as Hatred and with Steve Kenney and Alivia Zivich in the visual music group Demons. (taken from Wikipaedia)
Demons (USA) - In the winter of 2005 Steve Kenney and myself began Demons. Steve rescued his Pro One from New Orleans Katrina aftermath. The synthesizer was moldy, had a bad power cord and a horrible buzz (I broke it after our first gig). I played various homemade electronic devices, rewired radios, feedback, etc.. Later that week I bought a Pro One as well. Mine had no working keyboard and, of course, a horrible buzz (a grounding issue). What we found ourselves doing was not so much making music with the Pro One but rather just turning them on and listening to the synthesizer play itself. I recorded our sessions and we called it Demons. Our synthesizers are still some what broke - Nate Young
Astral Social Club (UK) - Neil Campbell left Vibracathedral Orchestra in 2006 and now concentrates on his Astral Social Club project. He has released several CD-Rs, with a "best of" CD compilation culled from the first 7 volumes released on VHF Records last year. He also issued a MP3 disc containing 256 kbit/s files of all the tracks from those 7 albums as well as a vinyl only LP for Qbico entitled Star Guzzlers. He also performs live under this name, securing the services of his friends Richard Youngs and Tirath Singh Nirmala for a performance in Glasgow in April 2006, and those of Arttu Partinen for a performance in Manchester.
Lanterns (UK) - one of the best surprises of the year! Britain’s Lanterns, after releasing more than a handfull of cdrs and tapes truly deliver on this behemoth of psychedelic groove and full-blown drone drone-meets-VanHalen-extravaganza...8/10..Foxy Digitalis
The A Band (UK) - The A Band are a British musical collective formed in Nottingham in the late 1980s. In 2005, The Wire stated that "the importance of The A-Band to the UK rock underground is commensurate with the explosive impact that groups like AMM, SME or The People Band had on the free jazz and Improv set. An ever-fluctuating group of artists, dole boys, punk conceptualists and record collectors, they were the first UK ensemble to anchor a free drone music in the muscle and scorch of the most high-energy rock, while keeping it as untutored as the most elemental folk."
The line-up of the group has never been fixed with the following people all credited on various A Band releases as participants. Many are known only by single or nicknames: Stream Angel, Tim Barker, Neil Campbell, Jean-Emmanuel Dubois, Vince Earimal, Andrea Fletcher, Andrew Fletcher, Megan Fletcher-Cutts, Sticky Foster, Ginge, Stewart Greenwood, Dave Higginson, Mick Horton, Billy MacLennan Irvine, David Large, Dr.Neil Lent (a/k/a Lenty), Niggle, Neal Pates, Greta Pistaceci, Jim Plaistow, Barry Rothery, Sarah, Isabel Scott-Plumber, Richard Thomas, Stewart Walden, Chloe Wallace, Dave Walters, Karl Waugh, Andrew Williams, Sharen Woodward, Richard Youngs.
Good Noise Bad Noise (UK) - Good Noise Bad Noise are a loose collective of improvising musicians, sound artists and video artists based in the North of the UK. They play a mixture of electroacoustic music and drone based free improvisation mixing processed field recordings and found sound with live instruments and live visuals. The group was started by Shaun Blezard & John Hall as a laptop duo as a break from their respective solo projects (Shaun with Clutter & John with The Cardboard Lung after they had toured Cumbrian village halls as a duo in 2006. The village halls tour was part of FRED an arts invasion of Cumbria and involved the duo live processing sounds of the halls and their environs into electroacoustic improvisations. The band have now grown into a multi-media collective and have played many festivals in the UK as well as just returning from their first tour of the US, where they co-headlined a tour with Atlanta based Duet For Theremin & Lap Steel
GNBN have released or have releases planned on Dokuro Records (Italy), Earth Monkey Productions (UK) & Electronic Musik (UK).
Noise Research (UK) - Noise Research is the Alter Ego of sound artists / musician Ian Simpson. Ian has worked in experimental music for many years and has material released on Electronic Musik, Casual Seizures, Bivouac, A.M.P recs, Knife in the Toaster and EMP. He works with improving quartet Id of Mobius (also on Clinical Archives), ambient project Bacillus and electronica duo Fonik. Visual artist / film maker Adam Mufti has recently used music by Bacillus as part of a film soundtrack. Ian uses effects lines / processors combined with a variety of lapsteel guitar, cheap charity shop keyboards, circuit bent toys, scratched cd's, chant generators, dictaphones, and chimera boxes.
Graham Dunning (UK) - Graham Dunning is a sound and visual artist based in the UK. His sound sources include field recordings pressed to dubplates; modified records; adapted playback equipment such as reel-to-reel tape players, turntables and Walkmans; found sounds, especially discarded footage of people's home recordings; home made electronics and circuit bends; broken cymbals and other metal objects; and inexpensive delay units.
Dunning has recently performed at temporary gallery space Outlet run by Exocet in Manchester, a Happening in Shoreditch Library and the Leytonstone Arts Trail. He also performs in improvised noise, drone and post-punk band Blood Moon; psychedelic drone and improv band Infinite Birth; and produces dubstep, techno and electronica under the name Analogg.
Solar Fire Trio (UK) - The Solar Fire Trio was formed in 2005 by Dave Jackson (Sannyasin, Hathor Duo) and Ray Dickaty (Spiritualized), two northwest sax players trying to put the energy back into improvisation after getting sick of half-arsed talentless free improvisers and bland emotionless jazz bollocks. Initially a quartet, bassist Olie Brice headed south after one gig. We played with drummers Chris Corsano and Phil Marks, then located the best drummer for the job in the multi-talented Steve Belger. This lead to regular bouts of intensive improvising at Vulcan in Liverpool and a few high energy gigs, whenever anyone dared to book them ! Solar Fire Trio have a modus operandi based on meshing free jazz with the “rebellious spirit of rock music.” What results really seems more in line with the “rebellious spirit” inherent in free jazz alone. Which isn’t to say that they dont rock or roll; on the contrary, they do both exceptionally.
Vultures (UK) - Vultures is a London-based improvising quartet, formed in late 2008, and consisting of Dan Beattie (guitar/electronics/objects), Matt Chilton (laptop/mics), Will Connor (percussion/winds/things) and Anthony Donovan (basses/zither/electronics/objects/mics). The piece included on this compilation is extracted from their first full-length album, 56:29, released by Born in Mind, in 2009.
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