your man Dave P is back with the July edition of Making Time RADio ~ stream the full show below:
Artificial Dance chronicles and explores the unpredictable alchemy of music made in chance environments, revealing a revelatory document of tape spliced funk, fourth-world foraging, and nonconformist musical ethos colliding.
experience the first single, “Stationary Dance,” below:
We’re selling bundles of Artificial Dance alongside K. Leimer’s collection from last year, A Period Of Review, for a limited time. Grip via the shop — orders via Bandcamp include a free download of “Stationary Dance”.
raak + ak take their collaboration out of mullimimbimby’s history and into cities across north america
joey and misha’s documentary, sunshine soup, will be screened in select cities
all info above and here
Blondes collage fifty minutes (and five seconds) of original music from a lost weekend studio binge preparing for the development and recording of Persuasion, their forthcoming EP.
stream Rein in full below and grip one of the limited edition cassettes at the shop.
Blondes bring in the release of Rein with Teengirl Fantasy for FIXED at Good Room in Brooklyn, NY on July 18.
david moore treated attendees at this year’s arcosanti festival with an impromptu solo performance in the middle of the arizona desert, captured by out of town films:
purchase tomorrow was the golden age: http://smarturl.it/bing-twtga-rvng
robert aiki aubrey lowe & ariel kalma take we know each other somehow on the road this summer ~ they will perform live at the ukrainian community center in vancouver, bc on august 1st for a 1080p-presented show. stay tuned as more dates will be announced this week
more info / tickets available here
purchase frkwys vol. 12: http://smarturl.it/frkwys12-rvng
stream the latest archive of dave p’s making time radio:
holly plays brooklyn tonight @ the wick (260 meserole st) – tickets available here
holly herndon’s new album platform is out now — grab a limited edition 2xLP at the rvng store (shipping now!)
catch holly’s a/v show at any of the below dates this summer:
5/23 – FORM Festival – Mayer, AZ
6/1 – Brighton Music Hall – Boston, MA
6/2 – Johnny Brenda’s – Philadelphia, PA
6/3 – DC9 – Washington, D.C.
6/4 – The Wick – Brooklyn, NY
6/10 – XOYO – London, UK
6/11 – Berghain – Berlin, DE
6/13 – Supersonic – Birmingham, UK
6/19 – Sonar+D Lecutre – Barcelona, ES
6/20 – Sonar @ Sonar Complex – Barcelona, ES
6/26 – S/V/N @ Fabbrica del Vapore – Milan, IT
6/27 – Babdaboum, Paris, FR
6/28 – Les Siestes Electronique – Toulouse, FR
7/3 – Bellouard Festival – Fribourg, CH
7/4 – Dancity Festival – Foligno, IT
7/11 – Jardins Efemeros @ Cathedral – Viseu, PT
7/30 – Mississippi Studios – Portland,OR
7/31 – Kremwerk- Seattle, WA
8/2 – Constellation – Chicago IL
8/14 – Øya Festival – Oslo, NO
8/20 – Summer Fest @ Kampnagel – Hamburg, DE
11/29 – ATP – Prestatyn, UK
join us tomorrow in williamsburg — rvng head matt werth will dj, holly herndon records and a few other special surprises will be available at our booth
see you rain or shine
holly herndon performs in berlin at berghain for polymorphism, joined by amnesia scanner and claire tolan, on june 11
stellar om source beams with nite-glo // stream “sudden” below:
holly herndon shares a run of tour dates following last month’s new album announcement. including headline shows in New York and London in June, as well as festival appearances across Europe and the US, these shows lead up to and follow the release of Platform on May 18th / 19th. Tickets for all shows are now on sale.
May 1 – Den Haag, NL – Rewire
May 2 – Krems, Austria – Donau Festival
May 23 – Arcosanti, AZ – FORM Festival
June 1 – Boston, MA – Brighton Music Hall
June 2 – Philadelphia, PA – Johnny Brenda’s
June 3 – Washington, DC – DC9
June 4 – Brooklyn, NY – The Wick
June 10 – London, UK – XOYO
June 11 – Berlin, DE – Berghain – w/ AGF, Amnesia Scanner, Claire Tolan
June 13 – Birmingham, UK – Supersonic
June 20 – Barcelona, ES – Sonar
June 26 – Milan, IT – S/V/N @ Fabbrica del Vapore
June 27 – Paris, FR – Badaboum
June 28 – Toulouse, FR – Les Siestes Electronique
July 3 – Fribourg, CH – Bellouard Festival
July 4 – Foligno, IT – Dancity Festival
July 11 – Viseu, PT – Jardins Efemeros
August 14 – Oslo, NO – Øya Festival
August 20 – Hamburg, DE – International Summer Fest @ Kampnagel
the video for Robert Aiki Aubrey Lowe and Ariel Kalma’s “Strange Dreams” features Super 8 footage from Mullimbimby, Australia, the recording locale of Lowe and Kalma’s collaborative FRKWYS album We Know Each Other Somehow. watch it below:
FRKWYS Vol. 12 is available now. Scoop the 2xLP + DVD / CD + DVD / Digital incarnations of the collaboration at the shop
nowness hosts a clip from joey & misha’s sunshine soup and interviews the duo:
sunshine soup is available with vinyl and cd purchases of frkwys vol. 12 available now at the RVNG shop and all good stores across the globe
Holly Herndon and Bing & Ruth play Hundred Waters’ form festival – may 22 – 24 in Arcosanti, Arizona
more info here
“how can we support each other instead of ignoring or tearing each other down…” Pitchfork catches up with Holly Herndon
bing & ruth perform “postcard from brilliant orange” and “police police police police police” for la blogotheque’s take away series – watch the intimate film below:
sensations’ fix tours the east coast in brief – catch the franco and band in brooklyn, d.c., and chicago.
full dates at http://igetrvng.com/live/
the final in the kai’s trilogy – watch the video for “cindy savalas” above. palmbomen ii is now available and shipping – scoop a double LP or CD or 320 at the shop.
holly herndon’s new album, Platform, will be available on may 18 / 19. watch & listen to the Metahaven directed video for the new single, “Interference,” below:
pre-order a limited edition 2xLP with screenprinted poster at the shop and / or grip a bundle of all RVNG-released vinyl from holly – all options available at the shop jumpoff
kai hugo’s solo adventure through x-files archives and low-slung acid as palmbomen ii is now available worldwide – grip a double lp / cd / digital copy at the shop
if you’re in SF or LA, catch tim sweeney + palmbomen II live this weekend – full info in the flyers below:
tornado wallace returns to beats in space records. stream “kangaroo ground” below / grip the 12″ from the shop. digitals out worldwide on march 10.
bing & ruth play their first new york show in 2015 on friday, march 13th at littlefield — full info below:
Craig Leon performs alongside Laurel Halo, Awesome Tapes From Africa, dean blunt, Gigi Masin (!!!) and many more at Muziekgebouw aan ‘t IJ’s online radio festival – amsterdam – may 1 + 2
more info here
fact tv presents this 10-minute documentary on tim sweeney / beats in space with joy orbison, jackmaster, ben ufo and more featured:
kai hugo introduces “carina sayles” with a new video ahead of his palmbomen ii full-length release on beats in space records
pre-order the vinyl / cd / digital at the RVNG shop
announcing frkwys vol. 12 – the twelfth installment of the music, film, and event series celebrating intergenerational collaboration. We Know Each Other Somehow offers a collection of original compositions by Robert Aiki Aubrey Lowe and Ariel Kalma recorded on the eastern Australian coast. listen to “Mille Voix” below:
volume 12 marks the second full-length documentary in the FRKWYS series by way of Misha Hollenbach and Johann “Joey” Rashid’s film Sunshine Soup. watch the trailer below:
Holly Herndon and Mat Dryhurst collaborate on Recruit, a new piece commissioned by Cottweiler for the London-based clothing brand’s presentation of their Autumn / Winter 2015 line at the Alison Jacques Gallery.
“Recruit is a transition between environments. We answer a call, and travel to a dusty landscape where alarms, cicadas and voices swarm ominously in the wind. Improvised machinery recoils and reassembles. Wires emerge from the earth. What intelligence brought us here? What did we sign up for?”
Dryhurst’s words offer a glimpse into the duo’s inspiration behind Recruit beyond the context of Cottweiler’s seasonal installation, while intimating the connection between this, 2014’s “Chorus” and “Home” and what is set to arrive imminently.
Download “Recruit” at Bandcamp.
both titles – BIS013 and FRKWYS07 – repressed and finally back in stock. grip them at the shop.
tonight – the debut of our COMMENDS in aural form hosted by NTS Radio. tune in at 7p EST / 12a GMT for two hours of music + words from RVNG Intl.
*update : listen to the archive here
RVNG Friends & Fiends.
At the very precipice of a new year, the reflective sentiment is once more apparent that our 2014 was spent on the brink. Truthfully, our endeavor operates best at the edge. Not an edge that cuts, darkens, or wears a beanie in the world’s biggest rock band. It’s a line that bends in many directions, though thin and tricky to toe. Especially while the winds of change sway our balance.
While balance may imply an arduous feat, there is an attractive quality knowing that an impulsive move could plummet the operation or elevate it just the same. Impulsivity actualizes most consistently within creatives. Our footing is constantly challenged by our artists’ active invention and push. Without that force, we are stuck in place, with certain death below.
No single invention – or theme – defines our 2014 by virtue of the individual processes at play, but the activism adds great color to the year. It is true that we introduced a lot of archival work, but all of the artists featured maintain creatively active careers. We hope similar engagement passes on to the artists for whom we are releasing formative works now.
While we continue our way along the tightrope that is – to severe all allegory – releasing recorded media to a culture rapidly reevaluating and revaluing its consumption, this generational exchange then, now, and beyond establishes a tradition of balance. If our artists’ idea of tradition is to support or subvert it entirely, our work is all the more rewarding.
Thank you Holly Herndon, The Body, The Haxan Cloak, Gardland, Blondes, Steve Gunn and Mike Cooper, Craig Leon, K. Leimer, David Moore and Bing & Ruth, and Ariel Kalma for helping maintain the balance. Congratulations to Tim Sweeney on Beats In Space’s 15th Anniversary and another year of exceptional releases from Hidden Fees, Matt Karmil, Tom Noble, Jaakko Eino Kalevi, Lauer, and Guiddo.
Furthermore, thank you to Kevin and Karisa at Will Work For Good for the invaluable involvement and the supporting cast of visual artists, photographers, video makers, show and festival promoters who help facilitate new tradition.
Finally, thanks once again to you – the listener, the supporter, the dreamer – for zig-zagging with us. It’s truthfully touching to see repeat orders, continued commentary, and real live people appear throughout the wide spectrum of offerings that we wildly navigate.
As an extension of this, we’re offering bundle packs of each 2014 release (LP, CD, and BIS 12″) and a storewide 20% off sale on all non-bundle items now through January 10, 2015.
See ya on the other side.
a day in the life – watch the mini-documentary on ariel kalma by matthew mcguigan of hospital hill – filmed on location in australia:
grab An Evolutionary Music at the shop
the body’s back – re-pressed and ready for your office holiday party – grab a black vinyl edition of I Shall Die Here at the shop
expanding intimacy – Holly Herndon performs twice at the Guggenheim Museum this fri., 12/5 – ltd. tickets avail here
holly herndon will perform at sonar festival – june 2015 – tickets / full line up / info available here
a cut above – Holly Herndon’s “untitled sound art” for Mary Anne Hobbs’ #6musicmakeart special on BBC Radio 6 Music
david moore will play a solo piano show at the manhattan inn on december 11 @ 10pm – more info available here
the latest / last 12″ from (Beats In) Space this year – three track glory from guiddo and vocalist georges perin. stream the title track below / grip a copy here.
call om – Ariel Kalma’s an evolutionary music (original recordings: 1972 – 1979) is streaming now at Pitchfork – aem is available on digital formats this week and 2xlp + 2xcd next week
holly herndon performs at eagle rock’s center for the arts on january 9 — tickets will be available on friday, november 14 at noon PST. save the link
holly herndon presents a new installation piece at the guggenheim on december 5 at 7:30 and 9:00pm. tickets and more info are available here.
~~ This Friday, November 7th 7-9pm EST is the latest edition of Making Time RADio with Dave P on WXPN ~~
88.5 XPN in Philadelphia or www.xpn.org EVERYWHERE or on the Making Time iPhone app ANYWHERE.
Download the Making Time iPhone app FREE here:https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/making-time/id486651635 !!!
Until then experience the futuristic sounds of the archive of last month’s October show and see the playlist here:
see you on the other side.
holly drops knowledge for the rbma tokyo attendants – watch the full ~2hr interview below:
drip.fm hosts a free download of “Reflector” from bing & ruth’s tomorrow was the golden age via their new free-to-use platform mainline. grip a freebie, go for a stroll, and consider joining the rvng / bis drip when you’re next in front of a computer. but please enjoy the fall season first and foremost.
For those in Krákow this week, don’t miss two special performances from the RVNG family.
The next and final eve, Sunday at 19h, Craig’s back alongside players from the Sinfonettia Cracovia for a live orchestral recreation of Nommos. Freshly curated live visuals as well. Reserve a spot at ICE Krakow.
bing & ruth’s tomorrow was the golden age is now available. purchase the album in vinyl (standard +
limited), cd and digital forms at the shop.
“There is something in the music that brings you into a new space, but moment to moment that change is almost imperceptible.”
British visual artist and designer Hana Tajima is speaking of Bing & Ruth’s “Reflector” from the New York group’s forthcoming album, Tomorrow Was the Golden Age. Tajima’s visual accompaniment to “Reflector” was filmed at dawn throughout New York City over several days.
Watch Hana’s video for “Reflector” above. Tomorrow Was The Golden Age is available worldwide tomorrow.
Bing & Ruth will perform live at Le Poisson Rouge in New York City tonight – Monday, Oct. 13th. The show also features Ramona Lisa’s (the new project of Caroline Palochek) last performance and the exquisite work of Ian Drennan. Limited tickets / seating are available here.
Another session from radman Dave P. FOR YOUR EARS.
next up in the our archival series – An Evolutionary Music (Original Recordings: 1972 – 1979) compiles unreleased recordings from the archives of multiversal artist Ariel Kalma – available from the ether on November 18
pre-order the album in limited or standard vinyl editions, CD, or digital at the shop.
holly herndon’s home, now available in audio and visual forms. watch the metahaven-directed video below & grab the digital at the shop.
craig leon compiles this week’s FACT mix – stream blends of Tony Conrad, George Gershwin and unreleased material from Craig and Cassell Webb here / below:
jan woo waxes vibes for your labor day weekend wane – listen to his mix in full below:
Woo – Love on Other Planets
Alf Emil Eik – The Present Age Part. 1,2,3
Hiroshi Yoshimura – Green
Finis Africae – Secreto de la 12
Laraaji – Sun Zither
Richard Horowitz – Eros Never Stops Dreaming (thanks for that one!)
Nuno Canavarro – Blu Terra
Michael Shrieve – Transfer Blue Station
Conrad Schnitzler – Electric Garden
Begin – Here Comes the Sun
Sun Palace – Rude Movements
Wally Badarou – Novela das Nove
Joan Bibiloni – Migas
USG presents African Blues – Inside My Mind
holly herndon + stellar OM source join the all-female lineup on september 18 at incubate festival – tickets are still available and you should get some
listen to the anniversary special radio show from the OG RVNG man dave p, live on wxpn:
max d flexin’ scene secrets with unwind flex, a nigh hour-long mix with unreleased gold from terekke, dolo percussion, steve summer and the future times stable – stream / download here
holly herndon and steve gunn perform at this year’s VIA Festival in pittsburgh, pa. the full schedule will be released closer to the festival’s dates, october 1 – 5.
in addition to her live show, holly will also give a lecture at Carnegie Mellon University – more info soon!
glow with the flow – Tomorrow Was The Golden Age – a halcyonic new album by Bing & Ruth. watch / listen to the visual single for ‘The Towns We Love Is Our Town’ below:
Tomorrow Was The Golden Age is available to pre-order at the shop in standard and limited editions.
Craig Leon will engage in an orchestral recreation of “Nommos” with Krákow’s Sinfonietta Cracovia as well as his long-time musical partner and wife, Cassell Webb.
Blondes will play the Krákow fest the first time since 2010, where they debuted their live show to much acclaim.
The festival runs from October 12-19th. Tickets will go on sale at the end of August. Check out the full lineup here!
tim sweeney celebrates in london ~ axel boman, hunee b2b mr. ties, and tornado wallace join the bis bossman for his 15th anniversary party at corsica studios, september 28. grab tickets here
sensations’ fix in the live circuit — refry at any / all dates below:
Magnus Music Presents: “AN EVENING WITH SENSATIONS FIX” – THURSDAY AUGUST 28th
MAIN STREET ANNEX / 219 West Water St.
all ages / $10 / 8 pm doors
SENSATIONS FIX (2 SETS)
SUNDAY AUGUST 31st
Set Times: TBD
One Storybook Lane
Chapel Hill, NC
Stranded Records Presents
w/ MELTED TOYS
SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 6th
5447 Telegraph Ave.
Doors 8 pm / Show 9 pm
18 & Up
Tickets $18 adv / $20 dos
w/ special guests TBA
MON. SEPT. 8th
$12 adv / $14 day of
3040 W. Sunset Blvd.
Los Angeles, CA
cosmic don Daniele Baldelli guested on Beats in Space radio last night – stream his 2.5hr set below:
Tim Sweeney will embark on a world tour in celebration of his radio show’s 15 year anniversary – full dates here
presenting the official video for steve gunn & mike cooper’s pony blues – directed by champ ensminger on location in thailand w/ a local cast and crew. support his endeavors & enthusiasm ~ contribute to his fundraising campaign & share the positive vibes
pony blues is taken from cantos de lisboa, the latest in the FRKWYS series, available now at the RVNG shop.
dukes of chutney’s domino and frkwys07 vinyl editions have both been re-pressed. scoop before the inevitable re-disappearance via our shop:
The archive of Friday’s July edition of Making Time RADio with me, Dave P, on WXPN is up FOR YOUR EARS !!!
and…..here’s the playlist for the show:
Making Time RADio with Dave P. on WXPN. July (7/11/14) edition playlist:
1. Craig Leon – Donkeys Bearing Cups (RVNG Intl)
2. Eno & Hyde – Return (Warp)
3. Essay – Lyla (Glyph Rec)
4. Hardway Brothers – Sleaze (Throne of Blood)
5. The Sonic Emporium – A Moon with a View (Moscoman Remix) (Join Our Club Records)
6. Heretic – Flesh (unreleased)
7. Italo Brutalo – Oggi (Days of Being Wild)
8. RAAWAT – EXP 2 (Lobster Theremin)
9. Fhloston Paradigm – Race to the Moon (Hyperdub)
10. Delory Edwards – Untitled (L.A. Club Resource)
11. Simian Mobile Disco – Tangents (Anti Records)
12. Maceo Plex – A Conjure Superstar (Kompakt)
13. Black Merlin – Full Denim Jacket (Crimes of the Future)
14. Benoit & Sergio – Splash (Visionquest)
15. La Roux – Let Me Down Gently (George Fitzgerald remix) (Polydor)
16. Waze and Odyssey – In my Arms (20:20 Vision)
17. Digitaria feat. Clarian – Favourite Addiction (Groove 18. Armada’s Dub Creation) (Hot Creations)
18. Blondish – Birds Eat Birds (Kompakt)
19. Joy Wellboy – Before the Sunrise (Dixon remix) (Toolroom Records)
20. Moderat – Bad Kingdom (DJ Koze remix)(Monkeytown Records)
21. Lana Del Rey – West Coast (Solomun remix) (Polydor Records)
22. Dusky – Inta (17 Steps)
23. Los Mekanikos – Viene Viene (SanFuentes)
24. Tiga – Bugati (Turbo Recordings)
25. Manic Street Preachers – Europa Geht Durch Mich (Erol Alkan’s Mesmerise Eins Rework) (Phantasy Sounds)
26. Hoshina Anniversary – So Far (Boys Noize)
27. Temples – Shelter Song (Justin Robertsons Deadstock 33’s remix) (Heavenly Recordings)
28. Interpol – All the Rage Back Home (Matador)
Listen to the archive of the June edition of Making Time RADio with me, Dave P, on WXPN ANYWHERE on your iPhone with the Making Time iPhone app !!!
Download the app FREE here.
Thank YOU for listening and see you on the other side on Friday August 1st from 7-9pm EST for the August edition of Making Time RADio withDave P. on WXPN !!! Listen on 88.5 XPN in Philly, www.xpn.org EVERYWHERE and on the Making Time iPhone app EVERYWHERE !!!
k. leimer’s “lonely boy” as portrayed by will berman (dead ringer for a young leimer) and seen through the lysergic lens of WEIRD DAYS x raw tings
stream the full album here for the next seven days
strasser rocks — another abstraction of the dogon and leon ahead of anthology of interplanetary folk music vol. 1 delayed release date
frkwys vol. 11 – steve gunn & mike cooper’s cantos de lisboa – available now in physical / digital forms at the shop
the US debut performance of nommos by Craig Leon and the Asheville Symphony Orchestra is now available to view in full:
pre-order the anthology of interplanetary folk music vol. 1: nommos / visiting at the shop
Independent film producer, Champ Ensminger, has launched an Indiegogo campaign for the production of a short film based on a song from Steve Gunn & Mike Cooper’s Cantos de Lisboa (FRKWYS Vol. 11).
A Seattle-born filmmaker who recently left Brooklyn to explore his heritage and extended family in Thailand, Champ has channeled a passion for the Thai arts, community and visual potential for “Pony Blues” into an expansive – yet not too expensive! – production that combines an international crew with local talent into a piece inspired by a culture beyond borders.
To show our thanks and support for Champ’s endeavor so many miles away, we have committed to a number of perks offered to those who contribute to his campaign. The gifts range from an immediate download of “Pony Blues”, to a discount at the RVNG store, to a special invitation to a New York City screening of Champ’s final video.
We hope these concessions inspire you to support a young creative, passionate in building the artistic community in Southeast Asia. Thanks for helping make this project a reality.
jaakko eino kalevi joins the beats in space family with yin yang theatre, a six song ep of infectious disco inflections fresh from helsinki. stream the first cut “speak out” now:
pre-order the 12″ and / or digital at the shop
“more access to more tools…that’s only a good thing” – holly herndon speaks to fact tv around her performance at mutek festival:
xxjfg host a free download of craig leon’s ‘nommo’ from the anthology of interplanetary folk music vol. 1, available on june 24.
stream ‘nommo’ in full below:
tom noble’s debut 12″ as house of spirits on beats in space records – backed with a blissed & blasted dub by peaking lights – finally available in digital modes at the shop
blondes play baby’s all right mid-june w/ the allergy season crew — sneeze away yer inhibitions
A Period of Review (Original Recordings: 1975 – 1983)unearths unheard portions of K. Leimer’s vast archives and highlights the work of a self-taught visionary whose use of generative compositions ferried his music to infinite resonance.
A Period of Review is available now 2xLP, CD, and digital forms. Pick up a copy at the RVNG shop.
frkwys vol 11 – steve gunn and mike cooper’s recordings from a time spent in portugal. cantos de lisboa will be available on june 24. listen to “saudade do santos-o-vehlo” below:
The archive of last Friday’s May edition of Making Time RADio with Dave P. on WXPN is up FOR YOUR EARS !!!
1. Larry Heard – Faint Objection Detection (Alleviated Records)
2. Suzanne Kraft – 4:46 (Running Back)
3. Movement – Ivory (Modular)
4. Ramona Lisa – Backwards & Upwards (Terrible Records)
5. Jamie XX – G.I.R.L. (Young Turks)
6. Tristesse Contemporaine – I Do What I Want (Capablanca vs Moscoman Version) (Record Makers)
7. Tom of England – Be Me (STD Records)
8. Boot & Tax – Fusci (Optimo Music)
9. Bell Towers – Jungle of My Mind (Public Possession)
10. Henry Saiz, Pional – Uroboros (Permanent Vacation)
11. Jokers of the Scene – Industrial Blonde (Throne of Blood)
12. Club Bizarre – Bazzanbasel (Moon Runner Remix) (Days of Being Wild)
13. R.D. Maurice – Ident (Join Our Club Records)
14. Ghost Culture – Half Closed (Phantasy)
15. Blood Orange – Uncle Ace (Kindness remix feat. Robert Owens) (Domino Recording Company)
16. Joakim – Bring Your Love feat. Luke Jenner (Tigersushi)
17. Moodyman, Charlotte OC – Hangover (Moodymann Mix) (KDJ)
18. Gameboyz – Everybody (Biologic Records)
19. Gus Gus – Crossfade (Maceo Plex Mix) (Kompakt)
20. Ten Walls – Nochnoy Dozor (Boso)
21. Motions – Orion (Body High)
22. Few Nolder – Female Techno (Clouded Vision)
23. Markus Gibb – Puppy (Dimitri Veimar’s A Siberian Acid Party Remix) (Rock to the Beat Records)
24. Daphni & Owen Pallett – Tiberius (JIAOLONG)
25. Zombie Zombie – L’esprit du cimetière, pt. 1 (Thème principal) (Versatile Records)
26. Metronomy – Love Letters (Soulwax Remix) (Because Music)
27. Tanzlife – Biscuit Symphony (Let’s Play House)
28. The 2 Bears – Angel (Touch Me) (Southern Fried Records)
29. Deadboy – Des Niles (Numbers)
30. The Klaxons – Love Frequency (Tom Rowlands remix) (Phantasy)
31. Mono Funk – Electric Chair (Skudge)
32. Andhim – Hausch (Kolsch remix) (Get Physical)
Listen to the archive of Making Time RADio on your iPhone with the Making Time iPhone app // download here for free!
Thank YOU for listening and see you on the other side on Friday June 6th from 7-9pm EST for the June edition of Making Time RADio with Dave P. on WXPN !!! Listen on 88.5 XPN in Philly or on www.xpn.org EVERYWHERE !!!
Craig Leon performs his seminal solo album Nommos with the American Contemporary Music Ensemble tomorrow, Wednesday April 30th at Le Poisson Rouge. Advance tickets are $13, and any remaining will be available on the door for $15.
We are offering our Drip.fm members a chance to win two tickets to the show – if you’e not a subscriber to our Drip yet, it’s never too late!
Please note that Robert Aiki Aubrey Lowe will replace Bill Kouligas as the special guest. Doors are at 7pm.
If NYC is too far from home, Le Poisson Rouge will stream the show live at this link.
For more info on Nommos and the forthcoming 2xLP release, Anthology of Interplanetary Folk Music, please head to the RVNG shop.
reduced, tweaked and exponentially explored remixes by simian mobile disco, huerco s., claro intelecto, and function make up blondes’ rewire ep — available now in digital forms
the boys play the rvng showcase at moogfest this saturday alongside holly, heiroglyphic being, and craig leon w/ the asheville symphony — more info here
rvng intl guests on dublab radio today from 10a PST / 1p EST for two full hours of freaky fried jawns /// tune in at dublab radio
Listen to the archive of the April edition of Making Time RADio with Dave P. on WXPN on the Making Time RADio player below:
Making Time RADio with Dave P. on WXPN. April editon (4/4/14) playlist:
1. K. Leimer – Gisella (RVNG Intl)
2. Vermont – Katzenjammer (Kompakt)
3. Not Waving – No Kill (self released)
4. Jagwar Ma – Uncertainty (Ewan Pearson Remix) (Marathon / PIAS)
5. Man Power – Hula (Correspondant)
6. AD – Asbestos (PeopleGetReal-Edit)(self released)
7. Willie Burns – Fast Times at Long Island City High (Unknown to the Unknown)
8. Medlar – Tides (This is Music)
9. Jamie XX – Sleep Sound (Young Turks)
10. Frankey & Sandrino – The Edge (Innervisions)
11. Daniel Bortz – Monkey Biznizz (Club Version) (Suol)
12. Cut Copy – In These Arms of Love (Modular)
13. Legowelt – Days of Persistence (L.I.E.S.)
14. Margot – Waldorf (Erol Alkan’s Extended Rework) (Les Disques De La Mort)
15. Dimitir Veimar – Slave (Darkroom Dubs)
16. Mano Le Tough – Return to Yoz (Maeve)
17. Javi Redondo – Motorway (Get a Room! Remix) (Meant Records)
18. Liars – Vox_Tuned_D.E.D (Mute)
19. Zombies in Miami – Canibal (Demian remix) (la Dame Noir Records)
20. Catalepsia – Quartz Giaponese (Days of Being Wild)
21. Mineo – Get Out Fight (Crosstown Rebels)
22. Carisma – Talento Matemático (Comeme)
23. Rachel Row – L Square (Kink Beat Mix) (Pets Recordings)
24. Hecules & Love Affair – Raid (Special Requests)
25. Tiga vs. Audion – Fever (Kink Remix) (Turbo Recordings)
26. Mia Dorb – Unsub (Optimo Traxx)
27. Paul Woolford – Erotic Discourse (Denise & Pika remix) (Hotflush)
28. Matrixxman – Simulation (Creepy Autograph remix)(Ultramajic)
29. Artwork – Let Go of this Acid (Numbers)
30. The Emperor Machine – RMI Is All I Want (Erol Alkan’s Extended rework) (Southern Fried)
Thank YOU for listening and see you on the other side on Friday May 2nd from 7-9pm EST for the May edition of Making Time RADio with Dave P. on WXPN !!! Listen on 88.5 XPN in Philly, www.xpn.org EVERYWHERE and on the Making Time iPhone app EVERYWHERE !!!
see you on the other side.
holly herndon participates in the seven on seven conference at the new museum in new york city. presented by rhizome, seven on seven pairs seven leading artists with seven influential technologists in teams of two, and challenges them to develop something new–whatever they choose to imagine—over the course of a single day. holly will be paired with kate ray, the founder of scroll kit.
RVNG Intl. presents At The Mercy Of It All, a film by Jason Evans inspired by The Body’s newly released album, I Shall Die Here. Living in a cabin on the edge of the woods, an isolated man tries desperately to hold onto his memory while forced to confront a raging storm.
“One’s mind and the earth are in a constant state of erosion, mental rivers wear away abstract banks, brain waves undermine cliffs of thought, ideas decompose into stones of unknowing, and conceptual crystallizations break apart into deposits of gritty reason.” – Robert Smithson
The Enlightening Beam of Bobby
A conversation with Bobby Brown
With musical performances by Kaitlyn Aurelia Smith & Austin Cesear
Saturday April 5th at 2 pm
Free to the public.
Berkeley Art Museum and Pacific Film Archive
2626 Bancroft Way
As part of The Possible
RVNG Intl. founder Matt Werth presents a program with enigmatic six-octave vocalist, instrument builder, theorist, cosmos traveller and conduit Bobby Brown. Bobby has become a legend in certain circles by way of two albums made ten years apart, The Enlightening Beam of Axonda by Bobby Brown (1972) and Prayers of a One Man Band (1982).
After years of correspondence, Bobby will sit down with Matt in person in front of a small audience to record a conversation offering stories of his life and work. This recording session will include a live interpretation of Bobby’s music by Bay Area musicians Kaitlyn Aurelia Smith and Austin Cesear.
the body’s bone-rattling new album with production by the haxan cloak is now available worldwide.
buy the special edition LP at the rvng shop– includes white vinyl and a fold-out poster made available to pre-order customers of the standard edition and loyal RVNG heads first. only 100 available from the limited pressing of 300 copies.
A Period of Review (Original Recordings: 1975 – 1983) unearths unheard portions of K. Leimer’s vast archives and highlights the work of a self-taught visionary whose use of generative compositions ferried his music to infinite resonance. With its hypnotic, arcadian terraces and nearly narcotic glacial beauty, A Period of Review has a rightful place in the canon of pioneering ambient music.
K. Leimer – A Period of Review is available to pre-order at the shop in standard black vinyl, limited colored vinyl, CD, and digital formats.
listen to I Shall Die Here in full at pitchfork advance
pre-order the record at the shop. if you live in europe, the body embark on their spring tour in two weeks’ time, full run of dates below:
Fri April 11th Tilburg, Netherlands – Het Patronaat (Roadburn Festival)
Sat April 12th Leipzig, Germany – Doom over Leipzig Festival
Sun April 13th Prague, Czech Republic – Chapeau Rouge
Mon April 14th Vienna, Austria – Fluc
Tue April 15th Milan, Italy – Lo-fi Club
Wed April 16th Bologna, Italy – Freakout Club
Thu April 17th Lausanne, Switzerland – Le Romandie
Fri April 18th Kortrijk, Belgium – De Kreun
Sat April 19th Paris, France – Stoned Gatherings
Sun April 20th Amsterdam, Netherlands – SOTU Festival
Tue April 22nd Glasgow, UK – Audio
Wed April 23rd Manchester, UK – Roadhouse
Thu April 24th Bournemouth, UK – The Winchester
Fri April 25th Bristol, UK – St Thomas Church
Sat April 26th London, UK – The Underworld (Desert Fest)
Sun April 27th Antwerp, Belgium – Kavka
Mon April 28th Koln, Germany – Sonic Ballroom
Tue April 29th Esslingen, Germany – Komma
Wed April 30th Weikersheim, Germany – Club W71
Thu May 1st Nuremberg, Germany – K4
Fri May 2nd Berlin, Germany – Jagerklause
Sat May 3rd Copenhagen, Denmark – Heavy Days in Doomtown Festival
Sun May 4th Aalborg, Denmark – 1000Fryd