Influences: raster-noton, daphne oram, brian eno, biosphere, mika vanio, pauline oliveros
First time FAWMer... I've been looking forward to this for a few months now... I think. Looking forward to an opportunity to justifiably focus on being creative and indulging my penchant for outrageously overwrought concepts...
I visited a wonderful exhibition about the history of collage at the National Gallery of Scotland late last autumn. My plan is to write my album based on various ideas and thoughts about collage....
Here’s the isbn-10 for Kingsbury’s monograph: 1566398916. Your university library might have both. 😀
Thank you very much! I am releasing everything from this month as a 29 song collaboration album for leap Year. I like your new track a lot!
Thanks for the c&c!
You might find this a fascinating read. Debunking the notion of 'genius' in classical music by exposing the very real social class structures and power dynamics that get people ahead. About as punk as you can get in the historical musicology world during the time of first publication.
This looks tempting, as well. https://www.oxfordhandbooks.com/view/...
Gush away! Appreciate it.
Thank you so much for your comment on my “I Never Heard of Van Halen” song. It was a real compliment to know that, though the style is out your normal listening zone, you took the time to listen and appreciate it. Happy FAWM 2020 to you!
Django is the man! i appreciate the feedback. this has been a really fun experience so far. i think you have a cool concept, i'm stoked to see what you do with it.
Looking forward to your take on collage. Thanks for stopping by my page!
Thanks for the amazing feedback Jeye, I'm really attempting to get a sense of cohesiveness throughout the album, it's a first for me.
Thanks so much for checking out my creations from 78rpm records ... your comments are quite insightful and flattering. The first two tracks were heavily eurorack-based ... but tonight I made a new track and didn't use the modular at all. Right tool for the job, I guess?
Looking forward to hearing your music ... happy FAWM!
Thanks! Yes, Arturia. I don't think I could even fit a real CS80 in this room, haha.
I appreciate you checking out my tune and for the double thumbs up! Welcome to FAWM and I'm excited to hear your songs 😊
thanks for stopping by earlier to listen and comment. Will reciprocate when you post a track 😀
Thanks for the feedback, especially noting the drum loop switcheroo. I am totally intrigued by collages too and looking forward to hearing your FAWM!! Plus, Daphne Oram!
ty for the very detailed and thoughtful comments on my first track of 2020!!
Many thanks for stopping by and taking the time to listen and comment. It's very much appreciated!
Thanks for the critique! I appreciate the careful listen. It took me forever to find a drum combo that would fit this. I also have the wonderful/terrible habit of singing behind the beat - so that confuses everything. I'll see if someone wants to volunteer a rhythm track. Else, I'll come back to it post FAWM, give it another listen, and see if I agree with you. 😀 😝
Also, I love the idea of collage!
Haha if previous years have taught me anything.. then EVERYTHING 😂 It’s all part of the Fawm rollercoaster! Let’s go!
Yes, Brian Eno's approach to music production and to life in general is just as inspiring to me as his music.
Welcome to Fawmland! 😁
Welcome to FAWM!
Good to see another Eno fan here!
Welcome to Fawm. "Outrageously overwrought concepts"...you definitely are in the right place.:) Have fun.