Article published in eContact! 16.4: Experimental Practices and Subversion in Sound

I’ve written about three of my projects for eContact!, the online journal of the Canadian Electroacoustic Community. The “Gallery” post features images of some of my equipment and explanations of how I work. Click here for my article, or see below for more info about the full publication.

Communauté électroacoustique canadienne (CEC) Canadian Electroacoustic Community Contact! 16.4 Experimental Practices and Subversion in Sound / Pratiques sonores expérimentales et subversives Guest Editor: Karin Weissenbrunner

[E] The ephemeral and varied character of subversion in musical creation makes it a challenging, complex concept to clearly define and illustrate. In this issue it is approached and reflected upon via a range of experimental practices with turntables, tapes and other devices, fringe genres, sound sculptures, and alternative models of music distribution.
[F] Le caractère éphémère et diversifié du concept de subversion dans la création musicale en fait un concept complexe, difficile à définir et illustrer. Dans ce numéro, on l’aborde sous l’angle des pratiques expérimentales avec tourne-disques, cassettes et autres dispositifs, des genres marginaux, de la sculpture sonore et des modèles alternatifs de distribution musicale.
Subversive Qualities in Experimental Practices by Karin Weissenbrunner
The Musical Underground and the Popular and Classical Overground by Stephen Graham
Plunderphonics, or Audio Piracy as a Compositional Prerogative by John Oswald
Negative Money: Care of Editions by Gary Schultz
Copyriot by dieb13
A Personal Approach to Subversion by Antony Maubert
Scherzophobia: Toward a postmusic by Jon Panther
Épater la bourgeoisie… whatever. On the obsolescence of subversion by jef chippewa
Instant Cut by JD Zazie
[GALLERY] Graham Dunning
[GALLERY] Martin Howse
[GALLERY] Timo Kahlen
A Snapshot of My Deepest Psyche: Interview with turntablist Joke Lanz [EN]
Eine Momentaufnahme meiner tiefsten Psyche: Interview mit Turntablist Joke Lanz [DE] by Karin Weissenbrunner
Analogue Synthesizers, Phonetics and the Human Voice: Conversation with Romanian-American composer Gheorghe Costinescu by Bob Gluck
From “Doing the Dirty Jobs” to Electronic Music Composer: Conversation with Spanish composer Andrés Lewin-Richter by Bob Gluck

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