CON010 Various Artists – ‘Misapplications’
Releases September 5, 2017
A compilation featuring tracks by Steven Andrew Flato, Darius Ciuta, @c, Kurt Liedwart, Dave Phillips,
Jin Sangtae, Gabi Losoncy, Carlos Santos, Angélica Castelló, Isabelle Duthoit, Phil Julian, MKM,
Gerard Lebik, Billy Roisz, Simon Whetham, Jeph Jerman, Billy Gomberg, Kurvenschreiber,
Vanessa Rossetto, Jacob Wick, Kai Niggemann, Mads Emil Nielsen, Yui Onodera,
Mathieu Ruhlmann, Nicola Ratti, Dmytro Nikolaienko, SEC_, Vlad Dobrovolski, Stephen Vitiello,
Robert Piotrowicz & Juanjose Rivas.
The last release on Mikroton Digital sublabel.
The first show features excerpts from Reloc (Martin J Thompson and Lucia H Chung), Georgia Rodgers, Sarah Angliss, Ain Bailey & Shenece Liburd, Tristan Clutterbuck, Pawel Dziadur, Sandra Ka, Tom Mudd and La Leif (Francine Perry):
The second features Jack Goodwin, Charles Celeste Hutchins, Steph Horak & Tom Richards, Ben Harper, Ingrid Munk Plum, Phil Julian, Visa Kuoppala, Ian Stonehouse, Grundik Kasyansky, Bill Thompson and Pouya Ehsaei:
Interview by Paul Margree for his “We Need No Swords” podcast now available online:
New track recorded for the Podcast here:
Available for pre-order via Entr’acte
Release date: March 2017
1. Relay (6’43”)
2. Coherence I (3’08”)
3. Aperture* (5’06”)
4. Field (7’39”)
5. Coherence II (2’31”)
6. Tropic (11’46”)
Recorded and mixed 2014–16 in London except * (ventilation system field recordings, New York, 2012)
These recordings originated as multichannel pieces presented at events organised around Goldsmiths University, London, by Sandra Kazlauskaite and Tom Mudd during 2015. These have been reworked and reconstructed here for stereo.
All the recordings have their origins in repeating patterns or sequences which then drift over time or start to collapse entirely, either by design or by accident — e.g. poor quality or non- existent synchronisation between different devices, fluctuating or random/unstable voltages, human interference etc.
Edition of 150 copies
“Spools Out” podcast #78 by Tristan Bath features the Cheapmachines/Dieter Müh split tape:
Ed Pinsent at The Sound Projector reviews the “Bind” CD:
“This book offers an up to date survey of this field for anyone with an interest, from seasoned practitioners to curious readers. This book takes the stance that experimental music is not a limited historical event, but is a proliferation of approaches to sound that reveals much about present-day experience. An experimental work is not identifiable by its sound alone, but by the nature of the questions it poses and its openness to the sounding event.”
Published by Bloomsbury Publishing