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  1. George Orwell Meets 2017's USA
    Ride The Train Of  Dissonance To "Untopia"

    Our hero, Glarmen Glamours, takes on today's Big Brother with sound collage and dramatic electro-acoustical vigor.  

    Curious?  Click the Pic Below and Go:

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    The first review is already in (quote Gerbil Bliss...)

    The perfect soundtrack to Washington crazy.  Tired of trying to apply logic to the sh*t going down in our federal and state governments? Here's a soundtrack of a response. The Universe help us all! Enjoy while we still have an open Title II regulated Internet.

     

    1. I.v. Martinez

      I.v. Martinez

      Fantastic work! I am so pleased and honoured :)

  2. I didn't know that organs were part of the synthesizer catalog here on the site, but seeing this old gem reminds me that in the early 1990's, one of my generous compatriots from Herd Of The Ether Space gave me an indefinite loan of a Yamaha C-30 organ, and it appears on several of my solo albums, Herd Of The Ether Space albums, and Disism albums recorded in those days (not that I played it with a single degree of virtuousity mind you...). It was a real heavy (literally) piece of equipment, and never left my home for live shows. I don't have any photos of the thing that were taken back in the day, sadly, but here's one that pretty much looks like it that I got from the internet. Here's a little recording attached from my Volatile Volitions album to letcha here one of the things with it too. Thanks Jon for bringing back some memories... Fink Void
  3. Jon... did you build one of these? Do you have one yourself today?
  4. Raymond Scott special on this week's Deprogramming Center broadcast.  Features Scott music plus some Scott tributes, including pieces by Encyclotronic's own Jack Hertz and Jon Johnson. 

    Live on KOWS, 12 AM Saturday (midnight Friday) USA Pacific Daylight Time here: 

    KOWS

    if this appointment is inconvenient, a (p)replay is available here for the next month or so...

    Deprogramming Center #44

  5. Yes! Listened and enjoyed, thanks for posting. Interesting that this audio preview does not appear on the regular BASTA soundcloud site -- I assume you have some special access to secret soundcloud posts. Funny that you posted this right now, since I am in fact right now working on the Scott radio show set list... should be broadcast next Friday night on KOWS if all goes as planned. I'm not an expert on this subject by any means, but instead have only this year began to really explore the man's revolutionary productions and inventions, much due to your promotional activities Mr. Hertz -- I owe you a debt of many thanks for this, many thanks many thanks many thanks. More details on the show next week.
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    Hey James, I've been tuning in ... was very pleased you shared Turkey Makes Me Sleepy's SANDMAN with your listeners on Wednesday night -- many thanks for your interest in the Aural Films Goff Bio release! Wednesday's set list was all over the place musically too, which I also found refreshing and the perfect fit for TMMSleepy. Keep up the good work, CIII
  7. This review of TONE TELEGRAMS was posted yesterday (May 19, 2017) directly on the post at archive.org. The 5 star rating was that of Mr. Bliss -- I personally thought the stars were irrelevant, but the Encyclotronic web blog program thing does not allow reviews to be posted here without stars : Reviewer: Gerbil Bliss May 19, 2017 Subject: Totally coherent sonic aesthetics The amount of care that goes into these recordings is phenomenal. Charles Rice Goff III rewards each increase in attentiveness with sonic treats. This is serious music with a lightness, a light heartedness, that is completely free of pretensions, yet rewards any amount of serious listening (think Pauline Oliveros, classical symphonic music, the most heartfelt jazz) with revelations. Thank you Mr. Goff!!!
  8. Ah, how wonderful. I've been listening quite a bit to the Aural Films Scott Bio of late, as well as to some of his baby music albums, and all that listening has got me sort of preparing to do a special on Mr. S. on an upcoming Deprogramming Center radio broadcast. It will likely be on air before this new album comes out. I'll keep all you Encyclotronitians posted when and where. thanks for sharing the good news...!
  9. Tone Telegrams
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    Good show. I especially enjoyed the Katarina Zavaloka piece. I used to send tapes to the radio station at UVic out on Vancouver Island back in the 80's -- got some nice playlists back from them in the day. Back then I had some great musical exchanges with Canadians from all over the country too, but I haven't heard from most of those artists in years. There is one I still hear from every once in a while though -- ever listen to Jaws Of The Flying Carpet? Keep up the good work James.
  11. Hmmm... This DOES look interesting, thanks for posting. Since the 1980's I've been using a Micronta (Radio Shack) Biofeedback Monitor to generate unique tones into various sound projects. I brought it with me to use in my performance at the Denver Noise Fest in 2010 as well -- 'twas a hit!
  12. Degenerate Art
  13. I saw the world premier of Compassion when TR played a benefit with the Tubes at Bimbos in SF in late 1980. It was just a month or two before this show that Rundgren had been robbed in his home, tied up by the robbers as they picked over his stuff, humming "I Saw The Light." I've always thought that the Healing album was created as a salve for the wounds suffered during this incident. If it had been me going through all this, I'm sure I would have created an album to help sooth the pain...
  14. Ah yes, here's a place I can respond to the Lockington interview. At this point, I'd simply say Job Well Done, Jack! The similarity of this story to Bradbury's Chronicles brings the subject close to home (got a couple of related albums in the Taped Rugs Catalog). And, of course, the salvaging and creation of instruments from non-instruments is also very near and dear to my heart. Always glad to see opportunities for the world to expand its sonic awareness. Keep spreading the news!
  15. This week's Deprogramming Center is worth a listen for all interested in new-classical and percussive orchestration. Here live on KOWS: KOWS Here any time for the next month: Deprogramming Center