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LEAKY SOCKET 2015 - Chattanooga's Biggest Experimental Music Fest

When I joined this site, I wanted to use this place to discuss my experiences with experimental music. So I figured what better way to start that then with Leaky Sockets, Chattanooga’s biggest experimental music fest. 2,202 more words

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"A Crowd of Stars" by Revolutionary Army of The Infant Jesus

Revolutionary Army Of The Infant Jesus is the name of a mysterious collection of Liverpool musicians with an obscure but revered catalogue of 3 albums… 172 more words

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I Recently Was Interviewed...


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I was interviewed by my friend Abed Hathout from Khalas and the music startup I belong to named Indiepush for an awesome independent news site. 22 more words

Episode 2: Graphic Scores - György Ligeti

György Ligeti was a Hungarian émigré who left his home country to escape the violent oppression of the Soviet State. In Cologne, Ligeti met Karlheinz Stockhausen and Gottfried Michael Koenig, who introduced him to their experiments in electronic music. 57 more words

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Episode 2: Graphic Scores - Cornelius Cardew

British composer Cornelius Cardew served as an assistant to Karlheinz Stockhausen from 1958 until 1960 at the Studio for Electronic Music. A keen draughtsman, Cardew developed an affinity for Stockhausen’s experiments with graphic notation and soon began composing pieces that expanded on these ideas.  71 more words

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