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undRess_Beton on 07/03/2015 at 03:30PM

Jaan Patterson - 'Ergo Protagonists' Help needed to keep domains alive!

d/eaR Friends & Followers,

with this album Jaan Patterson - 'Ergo Protagonists', including: J. Karl Bogartte, Leif Elggren, AG Davis, Seiei Jack, Jeremy Gluck, Herr Penschuck, Vziel, Clutter, John M. Bennett, Darius Greene, ION, Anthony Donovan, Runar Magnusson, Dada AG, Jochen Arbeit, Vania Rovisco, The Implicit Order, Bryan Lewis Saunders, Otto von Rhinau, Erick Diego, Hopek Quirin, suRRism, Acedia Nuit, Jurica Jelic, John Hyatt, Anton Mobin, Patrizio Pica, Lezet, Travis Johnson, William Davison, The Recordists, S. Higgins, C. Hinz, J. Bailey, P. Mosher,  L. Feesey, Binary Slim, John Juan, Yoshihiro Kikuchi, MaCu & Alessandra Celletti.

i'm trying to crowdfund enough money to keep the domains for suRRism.Phonoethics & Classwar Karaoke running. If you can spend a dime, please do so via this page at bandcamp https://surrism-phonoethics.bandcamp.com/album/ergo-protagonists i'd be very grateful for your support!

This Album at the Free Music Archive

love,

jaan patterson

 

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cheyenne_h on 06/25/2015 at 10:00AM

Radio Free Culture #53: The Song-O-Phone Project with Dina Maccabee

Image courtesy of Dina Maccabee. Used with permission.

WFMU and the Free Music Archive are proud to bring you a fresh episode of Radio Free Culture, a bi-weekly podcast exploring issues at the intersection of digital culture and the arts. 

In this episode, Cheyenne Hohman, RFC host and current Director of the FMA, spoke to Dina Maccabee, a musician and scholar who headed up a project called "Song-O-Phone." The project has a home on the Free Music Archive, allowing listeners to trace the changes of the song as each artist in a series of 30 interpreted and performed the same song. A selection is below, but check the full series out at the Song-O-Phone curator page

FMA Volunteer Ethan has also made a Song-O-Phone inspired playlist, called "Phone-O-Songs." You can listen to it here!

Check out the podcast on WFMUPRX, or subscribe to the Radio Free Culture on iTunes

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badpandarecords on 06/20/2015 at 07:22AM

Plastic Flowers "Lucy"

Dream Pop duo Plastic Flowers unleash their new EP, "Summer of 1992" which was recorded at their home studio in London. The video of "Lucy" was directed by Pedro D. Takahashi and follows the steps of a young man whose life is in pieces and Lucy(?) still haunts his dreams. 

The EP is now available on Bandcamp.

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King_Capisce on 06/18/2015 at 03:58PM

King Capisce - The Future Cannot Be Born Yet....

Album Cover: The Future Cannot Be Born Yet, It Is Waiting For The Past To Die

 

King Capisce return to the fold with a new album, renewed ambition and arguably their most mature work to date. 'The Future Cannot Be Born Yet, It Is Waiting For The Past To Die' is an eclectic mix of influences that broadly take in the Jazz and Post/Alt rock spheres, but aims to move beyond that into their own dynamic, instrumental and thought provoking sound, from the cinematic to wall of sound.

The new record, 'The Future Is Not Born Yet, It Is Waiting For The Past To Die'.  

Press for the album.

“Frantically intelligent instrumental jazz”- Drowned In Sound 

“It could easily have been them on the Mercury Prize 2014 short list – maybe next year” - The Guardian 

“An exciting cross-genre talent, fusing jazz with other influences to create a sound that is unmistakably their own” – Tom Robinson, BBC6 Music 

“Jazzy post-rock gold done to a ludicrously high standard” - Artrocker Magazine

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Listen to Vitamin Pets Premixes!

vitamin pets premix pack

Vitamin Pets released a pack of stems from their upcoming album, "Horse Helpers of the High Country." FMA community members used them to make new creations - released before the album itself! Click the image above to listen. 

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