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domingo, 21 de septiembre de 2014

Larynx & Step Dancer - Live Session In Požarevac (October, 1988) | Step Master - Brainmapping (April, 1992)

Step Dancer (later Step Master) is Dušan Jakovljević from Banja Luka, Bosnia and Herzegovina and he has been active in Yugoslav noise and avantgarde scene since 1986 making several recordings on wide variety of instruments that were issued on DIY tapes with limited distribution to friends and via fanzines.

He was also regular collaborator of Larynx (aka LX, King Nothing, Demencija Prekoks) or 

Đorđe Dimitrijević from Požarevac, Serbia, a sound artist active from 1983 to 88/89, with whom he has recorded two sessions (1988 and 1989) which became notorious in the Yugoslav avantgarde. 


Live session recorded in Požarevac (Serbia) in October 1988, Larynx + Step Dancer.
Recording includes guitars, drums, keyboard, voice, tapes. They were initially released under Key A No tapes project, and segment was published in January 2011 on vinyl compilation Ex-Yu Electronica Vol I: Hometaping In Self-Management on Monofonika label by Dušan Hedl (Subkulturni Azil, Maribor) and Nenad Vujić (A Hogon’s Industrial Guide, Beograd).



This is the final recording by Jakovljević under pseudo Step Master made in his bedroom as the war in Bosnia was unfolding in April 1992.

Recording includes live radio (crisis in Višegrad and Sarajevo) with tapes (Grunding 4 track) overrecording, multi-speed dicta-phone, guitar, flute, voice and water/street sounds.



lunes, 4 de agosto de 2014

Dino DiMuro - A Real Pretty Rose (Phantom Soil, 1986)

A little difference while I'm still myself...

Early casette by American veteran of home-taping, sound effects editor, composer, musician, and writer Dino DiMuro. Fifteen songs of idiosyncratic song form, Combining idioms as diverse as classical music, sound effects, and prog. Released on his own label Phantom Soil in 1986, and while mr. DiMuro is singing dirges for Lynda Barry, I feel like I've grabbed God's balls.