Britney Spears + Noise = HOT Vol. 1 [selections] 7 tracks, 25.30 supercomposition on October 04, 2010 12:34
- 1. Britney Spears - Baby One More Time [feat. Arthur Doyle] 3.35 4911 plays
- 2. Britney Spears - Circus [feat. Francis Dhomont] 3.17 2005 plays
- 3. Britney Spears - Gimme More [feat. Nam June Paik] 4.16 2509 plays
- 4. Britney Spears - Oops I Did It Again [feat. William Burroughs] 3.30 3253 plays
- 5. Britney Spears - Piece of Me [feat. Sun Ra & John Cage] 3.36 4447 plays
- 6. Britney Spears - Radar [feat. The Dead C] 3.48 3473 plays
- 7. Britney Spears - Toxic [feat. Pierre Schaeffer] 3.24 7410 plays
George Bush Doesn't Care About Black People [complete album] 2 tracks, 1.12.56 supercomposition on December 16, 2010 00:40
This Is Your Brain On Drukqs [complete album] 2 tracks, 59.53 supercomposition on April 03, 2013 09:21
- 1. Free Jazz Ascension - Edition I (John Coltrane vs. Ornette Coleman) 38.36 400 plays
- 2. Free Jazz Ascension - Edition II (John Coltrane vs. Ornette Coleman) 38.36 389 plays
Minimalist Mixing // Conceptual Sound // Experimental Mashup // Music of Chance
1) Modernist sound experiments focus on construction, filling the world with concrete (qualities). 2) Postmodernist experiments focus on deconstruction, emptying the world of sound and filling it with the spaces between sounds (relations). 3) Protomodernism both constructs and deconstructs simultaneously, in the attempt to "mend" two (or more) layers of sound together (concepts).
These are not "remixes," as such, although we are interested in their relation to remixing. We have simply laid multiple songs on top of one another (a rhizome, a rhimix) in the hope that there will be moments of connection between the layers. The points at which these layers "touch" offer moments of "mending." While mixing employs the "cut," mending employs a conceptual "caress" (care, compassion).
I also play folk and country music: http://dickwhyte.bandcamp.com/