‘Big Ears’ is the alter-ego of one of Australias leading experimental musicians. ‘Big Ears’ began playing his handmade instruments in abandoned buildings but his pursuit of new sounds eventually lead him underground.
The All Girl Electronic 8-week pilot program was produced by I.C.E. in partnership with MusicNSW. The program is an answer to the call for gender and cultural diversity within the areas of electronic music production and programming, working with an all-female team of facilitators and mentors.
This video features music produced by participants of the 2016 pilot program.
More info: http://ice.org.au/project/all-girl-el…
SCA Hub Cafe Ambience.
Recorded on Wednesday, 02 June 2016, Lunch break 1.20 – 1.50pm.
Opening Performance :: Akio Suzuki at Lismore Regional Gallery
Presented at the Official Opening of Buyuhyn-wana: The transformative persona
The McDonald’s placemat: just a paper placemat that turns into a full music production station! McTrax. By the use of conductive ink on a piece of paper you can connect your smartphone to our placemat via Bluetooth.
Max Eastley | Installation Recordings: 1973-2008 | Paradigm Discs | 2010
This 2CD is essentially a retrospective of Eastley’s installation work. As such, it updates and adds many new examples to the 1975 release “New and Rediscovered Musical Instruments”, which was released as a split LP with David Toop on Brian Eno’s Obscure Records. Continue reading Max Eastley
Paul Panhuysen was a Dutch composer, visual and sound artist. He founded and directed Het Apollohuis, an art space that functioned during the 80’s and 90’s having artist doing sound installations, sound sculptures and concerts about free improvisations, experimental musics and electronic music.