wormstudio on 08/19/2013 at 03:58PM» 0 COMMENTS
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wormstudio on 10/11/2012 at 12:31PM
Here's an edit that Rutger made from the recordings he made @worm studio last summer.
If you want to hear the whole thing; it's called 'Doepfer Worm' released on cd on Entr'acte
(discription; Synthesizer based collages, partly recorded on vintage synths at WORM, Rotterdam. Not your average Machinefabriek release ).
(makes you wonder what a regular machinefabriek release is...)
wormstudio on 10/11/2012 at 12:13PM
Pedro was the first artist that worked in the (then) new worm studio, a year ago. He gave us this track (and we finally found it back so posted it here).
TAGGED AS:cumbia folk experimental
wormstudio on 10/09/2012 at 12:37PM
Marco Cher-Gibard visited the worm studio last summer and he came up with two tracks we just posted on FMA.
wormstudio on 06/29/2012 at 12:09PM
Another concert from Implausible Music #1; Mecha Orga & Roel Meelkop
This duo did a residency at the worm sound studio that resulted in this piece, played live@worm, on the last day of their residency.
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wormstudio on 06/20/2012 at 04:09PM
Live concert@worm, rotterdam, implausible music #1 event, april 2012 (the photo is from elsewhere, looks like canberra)
wormstudio on 06/20/2012 at 03:45PM
The radiopiece “The Fatalistic Flatworm" in English language is the first in a series of radioplays about “Animal Perversities & Empathy”. The live recording includes more improvised musical or sound parts around the texts. The idea was to play a few live concerts and 'learn' the real pace of the piece by playing it for a live audience. The recording here is done at ORF Kunstradio in Vienna.
wormstudio on 06/16/2012 at 06:07AM
Fowley visited WORM in the company of his dominatrix Snow Mercy. He explains on the track how the cooperation with the Worm all-stars band went. This was the last song of the evening. And sharing some of Mr Fowley's wisdom;
"...rock n roll is not death
it's only asleep for a while
the drugs change
the haircuts change
and the diseases change
and rock n roll is always gonna be here..."
wormstudio on 06/14/2012 at 02:19PM
On the occasion of the 41st Poetry International Festival in June 2010, the Danish poet Ursula Andkjaer Olsen was invited to join the Worm Crew (Henk Bakker - bass clarinet & electronics; Yuko Uesu - voice Nina Hitz - harp & cello; Lukas Simonis - guitar & voice ) to make a radiophonic work that has Olsen's text "Gardensensibilities" as the basis . (The poet himself is heard in the work.) The final piece, full of paving, garden wood and furniture, provides all your needs in and around the garden. For private and gardener.