Candide Pt 6 is by far the longest section of the novel. The biggest portion of this revolves around the sequence of events that take place in France, which are possibly the most complicated portion of the whole book.
200 in 2014 – that’s the number of articles so far this year. Now it’s time to improve a few things around The CerebralRift.
Constantine Katsiris of Panospria reminds us that running a netlabel isn’t always just about releasing music. It’s about supporting artists in more ways.
Stark’s Pond Origin is the first release from United Studios Corporation to be reviewed here. It’s a bright, bouncy release that mixes old and new well.
My recent excursion of Fwonk*’s BandCamp site turned up Circle of Squares. As usual I didn’t know what to expect – with Fwonk* anything is possible.
Luxe Futura tells you how to operate your mind, or rather, he explains how your mind operates according to the Eight Circuit Model of Dr. Timothy Leary.
Mastermind XS has the Freedom Of Choice and skill to decide where they want to go with their music. But is that freedom always for the best?
This week’s show is Candide Pt 5: CerebralMix 2014-10-12. Most of this portion of the story is spent in El Dorado, and what happens after Candide leaves.
I am mystified by Mystified, aka Thomas Park Jackson, the composer from Saint Lous, MO who has over 300 releases to his credit. While he downplays his production, he has found his work used in a PBS documentary and been written about by an artist and scholar interested in experimental works.
The Hybris of Sun Sunych has taught me two lessons. First, don’t read Google translations of rap lyrics. Second, Hybris is an alternative for Hubris.
Silicate Garden is Weldroid’s tenth release, and possibly the final for Tamás Zsiros under the guise of this droid…
The Red Clouds cover sun, moon and stars throwing the world into a pitch dark abyss where textures are only sensed through glimers of occasional light.
The Miracle Rebirth of Helaku is in the way he takes samples and mashes them up. He is taking the familiar and making it different while still maintaining enough of the original familiarity.
On this week’s show we present Candide Pt 4, the continuation of the infamous Voltaire novel. When things seem to have gotten crazy, they only go more crazy.
I know I have gushed over the way Weldroid makes robots dance before. I’ve mentioned that he was one of the artists that I discovered on the Kahvi Collective netlabel when I was first getting into Creative Commons music and netlabels. So, it’s no wonder that I am thrilled and honored to have been given the opportunity to do an interview with him.