First in a series of themed LP dedicated to improv / experimental / & noise music, this LP including Talibam!, Fessenden, Mialessot w/ Daniel Carter, &c.
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Label: Pendu Sound Recordings
Catalog ID: PSR-0016
Squidco Product Code: 9399
Packaging: Vinyl 12" LP
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1. Dirty Churches - Eat Birth
2. Spin-17 - Fin Fang Foom
3. K.P. - Birds Fucking Outside My Window
4. BIG A little a - Yves St. Sean
5. Fessenden - Pt. III/II
6. Eager Meek - To Accidental Crashes and Long Naps
7. Mialessot w/ Daniel Carter & Old Ghost - Hemorrhage
8.Maria Chavez - Untitled (live)
9.Talibam! - Talibam Eat a Sound Soup
10.Excepter - Sonja
descriptions, reviews, &c.
Getting Rid of the Glue is a tribute to the continuing positive influence of John Cage on free /improv /creative /& noise music. It is a compilation of New York/Chicago musicians representing a wide-ranging diversity of experimental music that is both new and relevant to a chaotic and unstable 21st century.
Getting Rid of the Glue is a phrase first used by Henry Cowell before introducing the music of Christian Wolff, Earl Brown, Morton Feldman, and John Cage at a New School concert in 1950's. John Cage in his influential lecture entitled "History of Experimental Music in the United States" recounts the remarks of Henry Cowell. "...That here were ... composers getting rid of glue. That is: Where people had felt the necessity to stick sounds together to make a continuity, we ... felt the opposite necessity to get rid of the glue so that sounds would be themselves." - John Cage
This will be the first in a series of "Getting Rid of the Glue" themed LPs dedicated to improv / experimental / & noise music."-Pendu Sound
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