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Operative – Biopic

These guys remind me of a modern version of live Kraftwerk circa Radio-Activity. Inspiring dancing!

John Cage & Takehisa Kosugi Play Cactii with Feathers

Michael Snow once told me that the first record player he owned as a teenager used a cactus needle as a stylus. Perhaps John Cage had this same player.

 

http://youtu.be/Pbgr74yNM7M

 

In related news, Takehisa Kosugi’s masterpiece Catch Wave has now been reissued by Phoenix Records. Get a copy while you can, this album is one of my all-time favourite immersive listening experiences.

John Foxx: Making New Perceptual Universes

John Foxx in the studio with his latest collaborator, Benge. Another amazing interview by Electric Independence.

Chris & Cosey on Electric Independence

Inside the home studio of electronic pioneers Chris Carter and Cosey Tutti.

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