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Malaikat Dan Singa Live on WFMU / Talk's Cheap May 18th, 2010 by Arrington de Dionyso

Album Description

Released:May 18th, 2010
Host: Jason Sigal
Engineer: Dave Mambach

You may know Arrington de Dionyso from his post-punk-freak-folk group Old Time Relijun, or from his trance-inducing solo experimentations with overtone-singing, shruti-box, jaw harp, and Kadri Gopalnath-inspired bass clarinet. He also teaches workshops on "Unleashing the Voice", and plays in ESP-Disk's free-jazz quartet The Naked Future. His paintings offer a visual depiction of said future, where humans, animals, and angels live in naked, bestial harmony. Malaikat Dan Singha (K Records, 2009) is an album that melds all of these influences and more: Arrington's unleashed vocals are sung entirely in Indonesian, and may contain translations of William Blake and the Zohar.

Arrington de Dionyso brings Malaikat Dan Singa on the road with a full band -- Nehemiah on bass, Ruben on drums (trading w/ Germaine), and Arrington on Vox/Guitar/BassClarinet --

engineer: Dave Mambach

[WFMU Playlist & Streaming Archive for Talk's Cheap 5/18/2010]


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Malaikat Dan Singa Live on WFMU / Talk's Cheap May 18th, 2010

Malaikat Dan Singa Live on WFMU / Talk's Cheap May 18th, 2010 by Arrington de Dionyso is licensed under a Attribution-Noncommercial-No Derivative Works 3.0 United States License.
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katya-oddio on 12/30/10 at 12:33AM
Since his appearance on TALK'S CHEAP on WFMU in May, I keep coming back to Arrington de Dionyso and his recording lathe. I can no longer look at plastic party plates without thinking the blasted wastes should all be recycled into records. I love that this equipment originally made for Aunt Ethel's organ playing, Linda-Lou's clarinet recital, Grandpa Orville's letters home from abroad, and all those tacky holiday greetings from the family has fallen into the hands of a freak folk playing, overtone singing, free jazz wailing individual like Mr. de Dionyso.
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