Tag Archives: John Cage

Imaginary Landscapes

The development of telecommunications technology and electronic circuits had a major impact on the creation of new musical instruments from the very beginnings of the field. But it was only in 1951 that a composer first got the idea that … Continue reading

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Noison

NOISE IS THE POISON “Listen with pain. Hear with pain. Ears are wounds.” -Einsturzende Neubauten. [1] Noise is a musical poison. Administered in the right dose and decibel it can be quite pleasurable, inducing a state of ecstasy, just as … Continue reading

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The Playlist As Magical Praxis

When I am thinking up specific set of songs to play on my radio show, On the Way to the Peak of Normal, I like to come up with a theme for the show on a subject I have an … Continue reading

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