Read about Francisco Lopez’ fascinating “Mamori Art Lab” project he is raising funds for and see other information regarding one of the world’s most important experimental artists.
Issue #112 of Dick Metcalf’s review and information site, “Improvijazzation Nation” is loaded with music reviews ( including Dino DiMuro’s latest CD), and links to his own Zzaj catalog.
Yoga Records is offering some classic obscurities is their new catalog. Obscure and bizarre, the way we like it.
The latest edition of Charles Rice Goff’s “Lo Finest radio show” is on legendary singer and DJ, Lord Litter. A real nice retrospective of his recording oeuvre.
Hal McGee has updated his current catalog and listening it on his web site. Take a look at this incredible body of work.
Some very cool sounds from Down Under on the “New Weird Australia” site. Free music to download and lots of interesting info.
C-drik Fermont runs the Syrphe label which has deep roots in Asian as well as European experimental and improvised music. His projects are well worth seeking out.
Quartet With Pyramid Scheme is a streaming sound installation that changes and morphs every 2 weeks. Expect silence and the unexpected.
Some great pictures of the “Leaderless” art installation in New York in 2007 put on by Dominick Fernow, Chris Freeman, Barbara Moore and others.
A remix project of The Haters “Polywelle Tykit” is downloadable for free here.
Some fantastic archival footage of women at Mills College playing Harry Partch’s music in the 1950s.