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Various Artists (Ultraviolet Light) // FEEDBACK TAPE

Various Artists (Ultraviolet Light) // FEEDBACK TAPE

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Experiment/collage label in Baltimore, USAUltraviolet LightIs a compilation cassette released in November 2023 with a limited edition of 12.

As the title suggests, it contains nine drone to noise songs created by all participating artists using feedback techniques such as no input mixing and recursive patching. DL code included.

Ultraviolet Light Other worksplease use this form. ///Click here to see more Ultraviolet Light releases available at Tobira. 

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Cassette in norelco case. Edition of 300. 

tracklist:

  1. Dan Deacon - Wascally 08:00
  2. Todd Barton - Relentless 06:05
  3. Doug Lynner - Circuitous Cycling Sonorities 06:46
  4. Jimmy Joe Roche - Happy Void Exploration 03:06
  5. Toshimaru Nakamura - Nimb #76 08:47
  6. Keith Fullerton Whitman - The Blues Scale 11:30
  7. Dani Dobkin - Burnout 08:56
  8. Sarah Belle Reid & Ryan Gaston - The Chairs' Inexorable Absence 04:31
  9. Robert Aiki Aubrey Lowe - As Tempests Ululate 07:29

Todd Barton and Jimmy Joe Roche:

"Cassette label Ultraviolet Light is ecstatic to announce Feedback, a compilation of new works from Todd Barton, Dan Deacon, Dani Dobkin, Robert Aiki Aubrey Lowe, Doug Lynner, Toshimaru Nakamura, Sarah Belle Reid, Ryan Gaston, Jimmy Joe Roche, and Keith Fullerton Whitman. Each track utilizes some form of acoustic feedback, no-input mixing or recursive patching techniques as the central compositional principle.

Closed circuit and acoustic feedback have been prominent features within experimental electronic compositions for well over 50 years. In 1968 Steve Reich made extensive use of audio Feedback in his work “Pendulum Music”. David Tudor and Alvin Lucier incorporated feedback systems in many iconic compositions. Much of John Cage's interest and questions of noise and its relation to music could be seen as an extension of concepts explored when artists introduce feedback into their performances and recording. Arguably the most prolific and influential artist who integrated feedback into her compositions is the French composer Éliane Radigue.

Feedback is released as a 300-copy limited edition cassette with 4-color risograph printed artwork by Never Brush my Teeth. A digital download card is included with each cassette. 60% of the digital sales of the album will be donated to Earth Justice annually ."

Artist: Various

Label: Ultraviolet Light

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Experiment/collage label in Baltimore, USAUltraviolet LightIs a compilation cassette released in November 2023 with a limited edition of 12.

As the title suggests, it contains nine drone to noise songs created by all participating artists using feedback techniques such as no input mixing and recursive patching. DL code included.

Ultraviolet Light Other worksplease use this form. ///Click here to see more Ultraviolet Light releases available at Tobira. 

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Cassette in norelco case. Edition of 300. 

tracklist:

  1. Dan Deacon - Wascally 08:00
  2. Todd Barton - Relentless 06:05
  3. Doug Lynner - Circuitous Cycling Sonorities 06:46
  4. Jimmy Joe Roche - Happy Void Exploration 03:06
  5. Toshimaru Nakamura - Nimb #76 08:47
  6. Keith Fullerton Whitman - The Blues Scale 11:30
  7. Dani Dobkin - Burnout 08:56
  8. Sarah Belle Reid & Ryan Gaston - The Chairs' Inexorable Absence 04:31
  9. Robert Aiki Aubrey Lowe - As Tempests Ululate 07:29

Todd Barton and Jimmy Joe Roche:

"Cassette label Ultraviolet Light is ecstatic to announce Feedback, a compilation of new works from Todd Barton, Dan Deacon, Dani Dobkin, Robert Aiki Aubrey Lowe, Doug Lynner, Toshimaru Nakamura, Sarah Belle Reid, Ryan Gaston, Jimmy Joe Roche, and Keith Fullerton Whitman. Each track utilizes some form of acoustic feedback, no-input mixing or recursive patching techniques as the central compositional principle.

Closed circuit and acoustic feedback have been prominent features within experimental electronic compositions for well over 50 years. In 1968 Steve Reich made extensive use of audio Feedback in his work “Pendulum Music”. David Tudor and Alvin Lucier incorporated feedback systems in many iconic compositions. Much of John Cage's interest and questions of noise and its relation to music could be seen as an extension of concepts explored when artists introduce feedback into their performances and recording. Arguably the most prolific and influential artist who integrated feedback into her compositions is the French composer Éliane Radigue.

Feedback is released as a 300-copy limited edition cassette with 4-color risograph printed artwork by Never Brush my Teeth. A digital download card is included with each cassette. 60% of the digital sales of the album will be donated to Earth Justice annually ."

Artist: Various

Label: Ultraviolet Light