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 Post subject: Re: Inner Spaces: Drone, Ambient, Experimental, etc.
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never heard about this Basinski sir
really liked that video
where should i start?

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I deleted a lengthy and aggrieved post about this the other day as I didn't want to derail the thread however, trying to keep it brief, I really don't care for the Disintegration Tapes stuff. I think the music is really dull and the focus on the process and circumstance in which they were created rubs me up the wrong way.


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but do you enjoy his other music?

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Birds in Hell wrote:
I deleted a lengthy and aggrieved post about this the other day as I didn't want to derail the thread however, trying to keep it brief, I really don't care for the Disintegration Tapes stuff. I think the music is really dull and the focus on the process and circumstance in which they were created rubs me up the wrong way.


I doubt that music would have seen the light of day as an album release had the process of accidental disintegration never occurred.

I love Basinski's discography... almost all of it. But I agree, the Disintegration release is a chore to get through. I love the folklore behind it... of accidentally creating something completely out of your control; using time as a tool. But I rarely ever listen to this. That being said, this album is how I discovered Basinski, so it will always hold a place for me.

@psycho.. I dunno even where to tell you to start. I really love Melancholia, 92982, Cascade. His collabs with Richard Chartier are also interesting. I think you can find most of his discography on Spotify


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Birds in Hell wrote:
I deleted a lengthy and aggrieved post about this the other day as I didn't want to derail the thread however, trying to keep it brief, I really don't care for the Disintegration Tapes stuff. I think the music is really dull and the focus on the process and circumstance in which they were created rubs me up the wrong way.


I doubt that music would have seen the light of day as an album release had the process of accidental disintegration never occurred.

I love Basinski's discography... almost all of it. But I agree, the Disintegration release is a chore to get through. I love the folklore behind it... of accidentally creating something completely out of your control; using time as a tool. But I rarely ever listen to this. That being said, this album is how I discovered Basinski, so it will always hold a place for me.

@psycho.. I dunno even where to tell you to start. I really love Melancholia, 92982, Cascade. His collabs with Richard Chartier are also interesting. I think you can find most of his discography on Spotify

i listen to it all the time, dlp 1.1 and dlp 6 especially. sometimes to help me sleep, sometimes to calm anxiety or sometimes just to listen to.
@psycho.. i'd recommend checking out melancholia next.

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the best, jerry, THE BEST!


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Enjoying the Psychic Ills album "Inner Journey Out" this afternoon. Features Hope Sandoval!

In the interests of the thread however, here's Ra Wah Wah to float along with.



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Hope Sandoval is just the bee's knees. I'm excited for her song with Kurt Vile.

But sorry, didn't mean to derail the thread...

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Couple of oldie but goodies that popped up in my play today:




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since this came out in 1995, maybe some of you know it. but i literally have no idea how or why this album (robert rich & b. lustmord - stalker) made it on to my player- no clue where it came from. but this is good stuff. dark, haunting, even scary.






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holy shit i completely forgot about Lustmord :shock: I know what I'm listening to for the rest of the day. Thanks for the reminder!


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anyone getting the new daniel lanois album?

you can stream the whole album on youtube here: http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL ... GAfhRnzyk5




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i read a review of it this morning and am going to be listening while at work


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 Post subject: Re: Inner Spaces: Drone, Ambient, Experimental, etc.
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new Caretaker, holy shit



Quote:
Stage 1:
Here we experience the first signs of memory loss.
This stage is most like a beautiful daydream.
The glory of old age and recollection.
The last of the great days.
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'Everywhere at the end of time' is a new and finite
series exploring dementia, its advance and its totality.

Featuring the sounds from the journey The Caretaker
will make after being diagnosed as having early
onset dementia.

Each stage will reveal new points of progression,
loss and disintegration. Progressively falling further
and further towards the abyss of complete memory
loss and nothingness.

Viewing dementia as a series of stages can be
a useful way to understand the illness, but it is
important to realise that this only provides a rough
guide to the progress of the condition.

Drawing on a recorded history of 20 years of
recollected memories this is one final journey
and study into recreating the progression of
dementia through sound.



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Stage 2 - Released in March 2017

Stage 3 - Released in September 2017

Stage 4 - Released in March 2018

Stage 5 - Released in September 2018

Stage 6 - Released in March 2019


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First in a series of Six albums by The Caretaker to be released over the next 3 years, slowly cataloguing the stages of early onset dementia. Each album will reveal new points of progression, loss and disintegration, progressively falling further and further towards the abyss of complete memory loss and nothingness...

Embarking on the Caretaker’s final journey with his first release in four years, Everywhere At The End of Time sets off with the familiar vernacular of abraded shellac 78s and their ghostly waltzes to emulate the entropic effect of a mind becoming detached from everyone else’s sense of reality and coming to terms with their own, altered, and ever more elusive sense of ontology.

The series aims to enlighten our understanding of dementia by breaking it down into a series of stages that provide a haunting guide to its progression, deterioration and disintegration and the way that people experience it according to a range of impending factors. In other words, Everywhere At The End of Time probes some of the most important questions about modern music’s place in a world that’s increasingly haunted or even choked by the tightening noose of feedback loops of influence; perceptibly questioning the value of old memories as opposed to the creation of new ones, and, likewise the fidelity of those musical memories which remain, and whether we can properly recollect them from the mire of our faulty memory banks without the luxury of choice

As the first in the series, and despite its typically frayed loop construction, this volume is the most lucid, as subsequent instalments will continue to move into faded obscurity and material erosion. We’ve only ingested this first volume so far, so we cannot predict whether the ensuing journey and results will be lush, tortuous or, perhaps more likely, an ambiguous weaving and unpicking of the two and all interstices between.

We encourage you to join The Caretaker on this, his final journey thru the endless haunted ballrooms and mazy corridors of his wasting mind...

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Excellent stuff as always.


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Birds in Hell wrote:
Excellent stuff as always.


Fuckin great.
Cant wait for the other 5.

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A new discovery for me (albeit from '81):



Wonderful record.


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