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New Release by onewayness + dRachEmUsiK


The Silence is a Lie
is the first of three live releases by critically acclaimed, collaborators onewayness and dRachEmUsiK.
These recordings were made during their Summer 2014 tour in support of their release Immeasurable.
The Silence is a Lie – Live Improvisations Vol. 1 is a collection of three improvisations created during performances at the Lemp Neighborhood Arts Center, St. Louis, MO and Canvas, Chicago IL. The music includes ambient, drone, glitch and musique concrète.

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New Release by onewayness + dRachEmUsiK


The Silence is a Lie
is the first of three live releases by critically acclaimed, collaborators onewayness and dRachEmUsiK.
These recordings were made during their Summer 2014 tour in support of their release Immeasurable.
The Silence is a Lie – Live Improvisations Vol. 1 is a collection of three improvisations created during performances at the Lemp Neighborhood Arts Center, St. Louis, MO and Canvas, Chicago IL. The music includes ambient, drone, glitch and musique concrète.


Atlanta Sessions Vol. 3

MCSD NetLabel
Atlanta Sessions Vol. 3, Frank Schultz & dRachEmUsiK
Atlanta Sessions Vol. 3
Atlanta Sessions Vol 3 brings together Frank Schultz of Duet for Theremin and Lap Steel and Charles Shriner of dRachEmUsiK. The music was created and recorded at Forensic Audio Labs in Atlanta, GA on November 14th 1012. The end result is an eminently listenable collection of five pieces that combine elements of Ambient, Drone, modal Jazz and Glitch all with a lower-case sensibility.

This Month at MCSD NetLabel

Atlanta Sessions Vol. 2, Scott Burland & dRachEmUsiK
Atlanta Sessions Vol. 2v2smlTheremin and Electronic Wind Instrument are the primary instruments used to create this spontaneous sonic journey. Recorded in 2012 between the afternoon of November 12th and the morning of the 13th, there was very little planning regarding approach, structure, instrumentation or style. We would talk, share about our lives, eat, go to the market, sleep and in-between sit down and make music. The end result was a musical conversation between elements of our unconscious; a dream-world mirror of the surrounding shared conscious reality. Close your eyes, relax and experience what these simple yet emotionally rich dialogs have to say to you.
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Atlanta Sessions Vol. 1, Klimchak & dRachEmUsiK.
atl sessions vol 1 v2Immerse yourself in this whimsical, disturbing, soothing, raucous, ethereal universe of organic, alien soundscapes.
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Faux Pas Quartet, Mflt Favorites Vol. 2
Kokopelli in a Deep Space Cargo Ship
cover mflt web vol3Faux Pas Quartet has performed live improvisations on the streaming radio and podcast “Music from last Thursday” (MflT) on radio.electro-music.com since 2010. “MflT Favorites Vol. 3; Kokopelli in a deep space cargo ship” contains music performed on MflT in the early part of 2012

This Month at MCSD NetLabel

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The Atlanta Sessions Vol. 1
atl sessions vol 1 v2Immerse yourself in this whimsical, disturbing, soothing, raucous, ethereal universe of organic, alien soundscapes.
Percussionist, composer Klimchak joins forces with dRachEmUsik to bring you The Atlanta Sessions Vol. 1. The four improvisations in this dynamic release are comprised of two abstract modern pieces, alpha wave drone and a pulsing drum kit based tribal romp. The multiple textures and timbres were created using analog and digital synthesis, processing, loopers and voice along with a multitude of percussion instruments including flutes, didgeridoo, bowed cymbals & gongs, toys, bird calls and kitchenware.
The Atlanta Sessions is a series of five collaborations between Atlanta musicians, Klimchak, Scott Burland, Frank Schultz, Duo for Theremin and Lap Steel, Kevin Haller, Barbara Vesey Johnson and Indianapolis based dRachEmUsiK.

 

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Faux Pas Quartet MflT Favorites Vol. 3;
Kokopelli in a deep space cargo ship
Faux Pas Quartet has performed live improvisations on the streaming radio and podcast “Music from last Thursday” (MflT) on radio.electro-music.com since 2010. “MflT Favorites Vol. 3; Kokopelli in a deep space cargo ship” contains music performed on MflT in the early part of 2012.
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Onewayness & dRachEmUsiK
 The Sound of Thunder
 The Sound of Thunder was inspired by the final movement of    T.S. Eliot’s ‘The Waste Land’, ‘What the Thunder Said'; and also by the Brihadaranyaka Upanishad, from which it draws heavily.  Each movement is based on one of the four concepts from the Upanishad, as used by Eliot:  Datta (Charity), Dayadhvam (Mercy), Damyata (Restraint), and Shantih (Peace).

IEMG Concert @ Irving Theater 11-4-11

 The Historic Irving Theater

and

Indianapolis Electronic Music Group

First Friday evening of music and visuals

When: Friday, November 4th, 7 – 10 PM – Yes the music really starts at 7
Where: Irving Theater, 5505 East Washington St., Indianapolis, IN 46201
Cost: FREE ($5 suggested donation)
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Get your Friday night off to a great start with good people, interesting new music, art and video.

Music by KWA, John Gore and Faux Pas Quartet

Musicians:
KWA is an abstract multi-sensory artist specializing in UltraSonic Illuminations. His work lifts the veil of deceit and thought control propagated by Mass Media. KWA lays down The Sonic Law and compels a paradigm shift in consciousness. Utilizing experimental methods KWA’s recent works force the listener to question the mechanics of the world in which we live and the very nature of perception itself.
www.kwa.us

John Gore
“The Oratory of Divine Love”
Radio-manipulation project by John Gore. Music from the radio aether that surrounds us.
“The Oratory of Divine Love is the radio-manipulation project of John Gore (‘kirchenkampf’, >wirewall<). It has been in existence since the early 00’s. The goal is new music drawn from the radio wave aether that surrounds us all. It can be both noisy and surreal. Music for the within and without.
www.cohortrecords.0catch.com

Faux Pas Quartet
Nerd Hop!  Female voice, electric bass, soft-synths, electronic wind controller and keyboards are used to create bleepy, blurpy, glitchy, free form and structured improvisations. For two years, Jen Schmetzer, Duncan Putman, Charles Shriner and Aaron Urbanski have been performing live as Faux Pas Quartet and hosting the weekly radio show  “Music from last Thursday” on electro-music.com.
http://www.fauxpasquartet.com

Indianapolis Electronic Music Group
IEMG is an organization made up of experimental electroacoustic and electronic musicians committed to building community and supporting each other through meetings, performances, improvisation sessions, collaborations and workshops.
IEMG is the local chapter of the international electro-music.com community.
www.iemg.info


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