Lovely drifting drone from Ambienteer Huffduffed from http://www.ambienteer.com/2013/01/13/346-constellations/
Tagged with “drone” (11)
When you hear the word drone, images of warfare or high-tech surveillance come to mind. But the former editor-in-chief of Wired Magazine and a young Tijuana programmer have a different idea. They believe drones will revolutionize our everyday lives. Text: http://www.marketplace.org/topics/tech/drones-war-machine-today-helpful-tool-tomorrow
We look into a TumblrÂ account that lends perspective to the drone war by using Google Earth. Joining us is blogger and artist James Bridle, creator of
Weâve got the highlights from our favorite moments. And as turns out, they had quite a few interesting things to say!
From Warren Ellis: SPEKTRMODULE 04 Long Count 40 minutes and 6 seconds
A gentle thing for the new year.
“Jenny” - Madam Bovary (album: Before the End Something is Coming to an End)
Me, wandering around the house speaking over a bluetooth mic. Terrible sound quality. I like it.
“flötenmenschen 4” – Dom (album: “edge of time”)
“Regent In Burlap” - Hyaena Fierling Reich (album: Kalahest)
“Spirits” - OUROBONIC PLAGUE (album: SPIRITS /// GREMLINS)
“No Drums” – Tim Hecker (album: Ravedeath, 1972)
“Hollow” - Birds Of Passage (album: Winter Lady)
“An Expected Future Event” - Talons (album: Hollow Realm)
“Calm” - Jon Porras (album: Undercurrent)
Me once more, slightly drunk in front of the tv over Xmas
“The Ongoing Significance Of Steel And Flesh” - Powell (EP: The Ongoing Significance Of Steel And Flesh)
“Tonight Is The Last Night Of The World” – Leyland Kirby (album: Sadly, The Future Is No Longer What It Was)
from "Somewhere Between The Sun and The Moon"
John Cale has been directly involved in some of the most seminal moments in late 20th-century music. As a foundation member of the legendary New York band The Velvet Underground, the producer of The Stooges’ first album, composer of avant garde and experimental music, pioneer of drone and important solo artist, he has created some of the most influential sounds and techniques in modern music. He has worked with artists such as Brian Eno, Patti Smith, Nick Drake, Siouxie Sioux and the Happy Mondays.
“This is my first SuperCollider (SC) piece. Having just put out a CD-R release, the result of three years or so of working with Csound, it seemed like a good time to try something new. Another excuse for experimentation was provided by an invitation to participate in the first show in the Unique States series. As I prepared for this event, I ported my Csound Risset harmonic arpeggio instrument to SC and started playing around with it in real time (something which is much easier to do in SC than in Csound). This piece is what emerged. I performed it for the first time at the Unique States event at BUOY in Kittery, Maine on Friday, January 9, 2009. [snip]
If you listen to this on speakers (as opposed to headphones), please turn it up — the sound should fill the room.”
ambient drone spoken word monologue/interview? commenting on the current financial crisis (2009)
Via The Social Registry
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