Re: From Neil W (fwd)


Subject: Re: From Neil W (fwd)
From: naw (neil.wiernik@utoronto.ca)
Date: Wed May 05 1999 - 15:44:43 EDT


Matt,

Thnaks for youy reply, I know of these artists I spin them my self when I
spin. But your insite was nice aswell..

Neil...

On Wed, 5 May 1999, matt kober wrote:

>
>
>
> >
> > Please dont get me wrong I am glad to see this
> > change, after all the
> > gripping us audio/radio artists have done over the
> > years its about time
> > there was some grit put back into the electro part
> > of the acoustics. Hell
> > I mean I very quickly embrassed the street level
> > electronic music because
> > of this. Some have even critisided me for gaving up
> > on tring to deal with
> > the academics of being an "audio artist" and took up
> > being an "electronic
> > producer" instead. Any comments on this just
> > courious....
> >
>
> There have always been parallels in the evolution of EA and so called
> 'techno' or electronica. Turntablism began with Pierre Schaeffer and
> John Cage! The two genres have been merging and recombining since
> Africa Bambaata began using the sounds of Kraftwerk in his mixes...
> check out:
>
> Dj Spooky
> DJ Food
> We
> Skylab
> Steve Reich
> Plug
> Herbie hancock's 'Sextant'
>
> matt
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