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Once in while, we come across an instrument or a concept that leaves many people scratching their heads in wonder. I always like seeing and hearing the quirkier side of music. The introduction of the Silhouette Bass guitar isn’t a new concept and in fact Fender introduced a “bass guitar” in the Sixties that appeared on many surf, country and rockabilly recordings. Since the introduction of heavier, avant garde artists like Godflesh, Non-Fiction, The Melvins, Meshugah, Entombed and the New…

Once in while, we come across an instrument or a concept that leaves many people scratching their heads in wonder. I always like seeing and hearing the quirkier side of music. The introduction of the Silhouette Bass guitar isn’t a new concept and in fact Fender introduced a “bass guitar” in the Sixties that appeared on many surf, country and rockabilly recordings. Since the introduction of heavier, avant garde artists like Godflesh, Non-Fiction, The Melvins, Meshugah, Entombed and the New…

Once in while, we come across an instrument or a concept that leaves many people scratching their heads in wonder. I always like seeing and hearing the quirkier side of music. The introduction of the Silhouette Bass guitar isn’t a new concept and in fact Fender introduced a “bass guitar” in the Sixties that appeared on many surf, country and rockabilly recordings. Since the introduction of heavier, avant garde artists like Godflesh, Non-Fiction, The Melvins, Meshugah, Entombed and the New…

Once in while, we come across an instrument or a concept that leaves many people scratching their heads in wonder. I always like seeing and hearing the quirkier side of music. The introduction of the Silhouette Bass guitar isn’t a new concept and in fact Fender introduced a “bass guitar” in the Sixties that appeared on many surf, country and rockabilly recordings. Since the introduction of heavier, avant garde artists like Godflesh, Non-Fiction, The Melvins, Meshugah, Entombed and the New…

Once in while, we come across an instrument or a concept that leaves many people scratching their heads in wonder. I always like seeing and hearing the quirkier side of music. The introduction of the Silhouette Bass guitar isn’t a new concept and in fact Fender introduced a “bass guitar” in the Sixties that appeared on many surf, country and rockabilly recordings. Since the introduction of heavier, avant garde artists like Godflesh, Non-Fiction, The Melvins, Meshugah, Entombed and the New…

Once in while, we come across an instrument or a concept that leaves many people scratching their heads in wonder. I always like seeing and hearing the quirkier side of music. The introduction of the Silhouette Bass guitar isn’t a new concept and in fact Fender introduced a “bass guitar” in the Sixties that appeared on many surf, country and rockabilly recordings. Since the introduction of heavier, avant garde artists like Godflesh, Non-Fiction, The Melvins, Meshugah, Entombed and the New…

"Eccentricity is not, as dull people would have us believe, a form of madness. It is often a kind of innocent pride, and the man of genius and the aristocrat are frequently regarded as eccentrics because genius and aristocrat are entirely unafraid of and uninfluenced by the opinions and vagaries of the crowd." Autobiography of English avante garde poet, Dame Edith Sitwell. “My personal hobbies are reading, listening to music, and silence.”

"Eccentricity is not, as dull people would have us believe, a form of madness. It is often a kind of innocent pride, and the man of genius and the aristocrat are frequently regarded as eccentrics because genius and aristocrat are entirely unafraid of and uninfluenced by the opinions and vagaries of the crowd." Autobiography of English avante garde poet, Dame Edith Sitwell. “My personal hobbies are reading, listening to music, and silence.”

'People thought we were on drugs – and we were!' … Tony Conrad, the great avant-garde adventurer

'People thought we were on drugs – and we were!' … Tony Conrad, the great avant-garde adventurer

Toru Takemitsu (武満 徹 October 8, 1930 – February 20, 1996) was a Japanese composer and writer on aesthetics and music theory. Largely self-taught, Takemitsu possessed consummate skill in the subtle manipulation of instrumental and orchestral timbre. He drew from a wide range of influences, including jazz, popular music, avant-garde procedures and traditional Japanese music, in a harmonic idiom largely derived from the music of Claude Debussy and Olivier Messiaen.

Toru Takemitsu (武満 徹 October 8, 1930 – February 20, 1996) was a Japanese composer and writer on aesthetics and music theory. Largely self-taught, Takemitsu possessed consummate skill in the subtle manipulation of instrumental and orchestral timbre. He drew from a wide range of influences, including jazz, popular music, avant-garde procedures and traditional Japanese music, in a harmonic idiom largely derived from the music of Claude Debussy and Olivier Messiaen.

#Repost @biggerthanus_ ・・・ The 3rd subject from my artist series is my close friend and creative confidante @BenjiReid. I met Benji over a decade ago and today he is one of a handful of people I will go to for the realness when it comes to my art.  Benji was a popper in the then nationally renowned Broken Glass crew, notably winning the European popping championship in 1988 at the age of 18. He went on to join Black Mime, an avant-garde physical theatre company that incorporated mime, music…

#Repost @biggerthanus_ ・・・ The 3rd subject from my artist series is my close friend and creative confidante @BenjiReid. I met Benji over a decade ago and today he is one of a handful of people I will go to for the realness when it comes to my art. Benji was a popper in the then nationally renowned Broken Glass crew, notably winning the European popping championship in 1988 at the age of 18. He went on to join Black Mime, an avant-garde physical theatre company that incorporated mime, music…

David Lowery: Here’s how Pandora is destroying musicians Cracker and Camper van Beethoven's David Lowery tells Salon how streaming services might end true avant garde music

David Lowery: Here’s how Pandora is destroying musicians Cracker and Camper van Beethoven's David Lowery tells Salon how streaming services might end true avant garde music

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