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Label: Soopa / Radon / Base Recordings
Catalog ID: SoopScum
Squidco Product Code: 7682
Packaging: Cardstock Foldover in a clear vinyl sleeve
Recorded at Jamboree hall, Maus Habitos, Porto, Spring/Summer 2004.
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"Gabby Fluke-Mogul (b. 1991) is an improviser/composer living in New York.
They exist within the threads of improvisation, the jazz continuum, noise, & experimental music.
Their playing has been described as "embodied, visceral, & virtuosic."
Gabby is humbled to have collaborated with Kyle Bruckmann, Nava Dunkelman, Wendy Eisenberg, Fred Frith, Jordan Glenn, Phillip Greenlief, Jacob Felix Heule, Brandon Lopez, Lisa Mezzacappa, Kanoko Nishi-Smith, Pauline Oliveros, & Danishta Rivero, among many other musicians, poets, dancers, & visual artists.
GFM holds a MFA in Music Performance & Literature from Mills College, a BA in Music & Education from Hampshire College, & a Deep Listening certificate from The Center for Deep Listening at Rensselaer."-"Gabby Fluke-Mogul Website (https://www.flukemogul.com/)
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2. for ladies and gentlemen (5:51)
3. folk you (2:11)
4. mother of vibration (3:11)
5. "and they welcomed thy radiance" (4:30)
6. return of the flatliners (8:01)
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descriptions, reviews, &c.
A twisted and weird mix of free jazz, electronics, ea-improv, and noise - fitting for the name of the project - which was sent to us for review, and quickly found it's way into our weekly Squidco Radio show. The release is based on hours of improvised sessions performed by members of the US based Radon Collective with Portugal's Soopa collective, painstakingly sculpted into individual compostions. One track features The Stooge's Steve Mackay on sax, while Lydia Lunch/The Residents collaborator Kamil Kruta sings on two tracks. Very odd, very interesting, for fans of bands like peeesseye.
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