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Chinmix 04 - Simon "Robodub" Mathewson mashes the Chinstrap back catalogue
October 05, 2012 04:27 AM PDT
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Chinmix 03 - The Superfools Adventures in Mambo
September 08, 2012 06:51 PM PDT
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A mix of mambo and related music by New Mexico's sample-master The Superfools. http://www.thesuperfools.com http://chinstrapmusic.blogspot.com

Chinmix 02 - The Superfools raids the Chinstrap back catalogue
September 10, 2012 01:33 AM PDT
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From New Mexico's sound-collage virtuoso The Superfools, comes a hallucinatory montage of sounds from the back catalogue of Chinstrap. http://www.thesuperfools.com http://chinstrapmusic.blogspot.com

Chinmix 01 - Chinstrap 40 release retrospective
August 16, 2012 03:42 AM PDT
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A selection of choice cuts celebrating 40 releases on Ergo Phizmiz's netlabel Chinstrap (chinstrapmusic.blogspot.com).

Featuring music from: Bebe del Banco, Oblivian Substanshall, Vernon Lenoir, Plushgoolash, Albert Glasser, The Superfools, Martha Moopette & Heather McCallum, The Last Hat Girl & Dwoogie, Vulnavia Vanity & Ergo Phizmiz, Pete Um, Elvis Herod, and Talulah Lotus.

Hallucination Duets - 1
September 19, 2011 06:26 AM PDT
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I have become interested recently in the idea of double-doses of information by the fragmentation and simultaneous presentation of two originals.

That's to say, what the Hallucination Duets are, are two different pieces of music sat on-top of each other, each split into equal fragments of a few milliseconds and playing alternately.

We can hear both, but not quite enough of either but too much of one to hear the other.

I wonder whether it becomes a piece of music itself, or if actually we are hearing two pieces simultaneously without the usual juxtaposition of overlaying anything. Everything is in isolation.

I'm curious if this was applied to "Moonraker" and "The Man With the Golden Gun", would we be able to watch two Roger Moore Bond films in the time it takes to watch one?

Hallucinatory Duetting today comes from ...

Delia Derbyshire vs Art Shaw
Jack Hylton & his Orchestra vs JH Squire's Instrumental Octette
Maria Callas vs Maria Callas
King Tubby vs the Poet Musicians of Turkey
Musique des Vallees Scandinave vs Tala'i, Musavi and Kiana
Robert Ashley vs Polynesian Polyphonies

Sounds From the Underground Chamber 57 - Ergo Phizmiz: Third Policeman Influences Mix
August 17, 2011 01:32 PM PDT
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A mix of music that influenced the composition of the Ergo Phizmiz opera on Flann O'Brien's "The Third Policeman".

Featuring music by Sir Isaac Pitman & Sons, Art Shaw, Puaj-Ehem, Dixie Marimba Players, Tod Dockstader, Delia Derbyshire, The London Palladium Orchestra, Goodiepal, Jos Kunst, Jack Payne & the BBC Dance Orchestra, Sun Ra, Orquestra Tipica Francisco Canaro, Hans Cox.


Sounds From the Underground Chamber 4: Ergo Phizmiz Opera Mix
August 16, 2011 10:45 AM PDT
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Put together during rehearsals of The Third Policeman, a mix of instrumental music from previous Ergo Phizmiz operas for stage, radio, film and puppets.

The music comes from "The Third Policeman", "The Mourning Show", "Fulcanelli's Shoes", "Paul Klee, a Balloon, The Moon, Music and Me", "Risk Opera - Jealousy" and "La Puce de Neige".


Ergo Phizmiz "The Third Policeman" in Rehearsal Trailer
August 13, 2011 03:50 PM PDT
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Erik Bumbledonk, Oblivian Substanshall, Vulnavia Vanity and Ergo Phizmiz rehearsing The Third Policeman opera, after the novel by Flann O'Brien (by permission of A.M. Heath Ltd) which opens at Tete-a-Tete: The Opera Festival, Riverside Studios, London, August 20-21 2011. www.ergophizmiz.net

Sounds from the Underground Chamber 2
August 13, 2011 01:45 AM PDT
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The second podcast from rehearsals of Ergo Phizmiz's electronic neur-opera vaudeville machine on Flann O'Brien's "The Third Policeman", which opens at Tete-a-Tete: The Opera Festival on August 20 2011.

In this episode Erik Bumbledonk, Vulnavia Vanity and Ergo Phizmiz rehearse the Finnucane sequence.


Sounds From the Underground Chamber 1
August 11, 2011 03:08 PM PDT
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The first podcast of rehearsals from Ergo Phizmiz's electronic neur-opera vaudeville machine on Flann O'Brien's absurdist masterpiece "The Third Policeman". In this programme, Erik Bumbledonk, Vulnavia Vanity & Ergo Phizmiz rehearse the opening sequences of the opera. www.ergophizmiz.net

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