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Various Artists (Nonclassical) // Disruptive Frequencies 2xLP

Various Artists (Nonclassical) // Disruptive Frequencies 2xLP

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A two-disc compilation record released in July 2023 by the experimental label Nonclassical in London, England.

As part of a "research project addressing the underrepresentation of black and brown writers in the field of experimental music"Bantu andDhangsha,Dushume,Nikki Sheth,Nik Nak,Contains 12 tracks of collage-experimental techno-drone-sound poetry produced by Poulomi Desai.Gate fold specification. Comes with DL code.

Below is a commentary by the label.

"Sound artist and researcherDushume started in the music technology field in 2000. In 2021, he launched a research project addressing the underrepresentation of black and brown writers in experimental music and sound. Exploring Cultural Diversity in Experimental Sound was held at the Sound/Image Research Center at the University of Greenwich.

Disruptive Frequencies is one of the results of this research.Dushume, along with five other black and Southeast Asian experimental/electronic artists, recorded new material for release as part of this compilation.
Across noise, high-energy electronic music, deep bass, ambient, and experimental soundscapes, this compilation explores institutional whiteism, racist prejudice, lack of visibility, and access to experimental techniques. It is a challenging statement.Each work pushes the boundaries of sound manipulation, turntablism, field recording, audio fragmentation and sound collage techniques. "

Labels and other worksplease use this form. ///Click here to see more Nonclassical releases available at Tobira.

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Limited Edition Double LP in a gatefold sleeve with unique artworks designed by Antonio Roberts / hellocatfood.

Includes DL code.

Nonclassical:

"Sound artist and researcher Amit Dinesh Patel aka Dushume started working in the field of music technology in 2000. In 2021, he began a research project addressing the distinctive lack of visibility for Black and Brown artists within the field of experimental music and sound: "Exploring Cultural Diversity in Experimental Sound", hosted at the Sound/Image Research Centre, University of Greenwich.

Disruptive Frequencies is one output of this research. Patel, together with five other Black and South Asian experimental and electronic artists recorded new music to release as part of this compilation:

Gary Stewart aka Bantu
Aniruddha Das aka Dhangsha 
Amit Dinesh Patel aka Dushume 
Nikki Sheth 
Nicole Raymond aka Nik Nak - 
Poulomi Desai 

Crossing noise, high-energy electronic music, deep bass, ambient and experimental soundscapes, this compilation is a statement challenging institutional Whiteness racist biases, lack of visibility and access to experimental practices. Each contribution pushes the boundaries of sound manipulation, turntablism, field recording, audio fragmentations and sound collage techniques."

Artist: Various Artists

Label: Nonclassical

A two-disc compilation record released in July 2023 by the experimental label Nonclassical in London, England.

As part of a "research project addressing the underrepresentation of black and brown writers in the field of experimental music"Bantu andDhangsha,Dushume,Nikki Sheth,Nik Nak,Contains 12 tracks of collage-experimental techno-drone-sound poetry produced by Poulomi Desai.Gate fold specification. Comes with DL code.

Below is a commentary by the label.

"Sound artist and researcherDushume started in the music technology field in 2000. In 2021, he launched a research project addressing the underrepresentation of black and brown writers in experimental music and sound. Exploring Cultural Diversity in Experimental Sound was held at the Sound/Image Research Center at the University of Greenwich.

Disruptive Frequencies is one of the results of this research.Dushume, along with five other black and Southeast Asian experimental/electronic artists, recorded new material for release as part of this compilation.
Across noise, high-energy electronic music, deep bass, ambient, and experimental soundscapes, this compilation explores institutional whiteism, racist prejudice, lack of visibility, and access to experimental techniques. It is a challenging statement.Each work pushes the boundaries of sound manipulation, turntablism, field recording, audio fragmentation and sound collage techniques. "

Labels and other worksplease use this form. ///Click here to see more Nonclassical releases available at Tobira.

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Limited Edition Double LP in a gatefold sleeve with unique artworks designed by Antonio Roberts / hellocatfood.

Includes DL code.

Nonclassical:

"Sound artist and researcher Amit Dinesh Patel aka Dushume started working in the field of music technology in 2000. In 2021, he began a research project addressing the distinctive lack of visibility for Black and Brown artists within the field of experimental music and sound: "Exploring Cultural Diversity in Experimental Sound", hosted at the Sound/Image Research Centre, University of Greenwich.

Disruptive Frequencies is one output of this research. Patel, together with five other Black and South Asian experimental and electronic artists recorded new music to release as part of this compilation:

Gary Stewart aka Bantu
Aniruddha Das aka Dhangsha 
Amit Dinesh Patel aka Dushume 
Nikki Sheth 
Nicole Raymond aka Nik Nak - 
Poulomi Desai 

Crossing noise, high-energy electronic music, deep bass, ambient and experimental soundscapes, this compilation is a statement challenging institutional Whiteness racist biases, lack of visibility and access to experimental practices. Each contribution pushes the boundaries of sound manipulation, turntablism, field recording, audio fragmentations and sound collage techniques."

Artist: Various Artists

Label: Nonclassical