Friday, July 26, 2013

Klangendum 4 ; Yan Jun special

A Special about Yan Jun

Yan Jun, musician and writer. born in Lanzhou in 1973. based in Beijing.
involved in: improvisation, electronics, feedback, site-specific performance/installation, field recording, organizing, writing.
member of: FEN (FarEast Network), Tea Rockers Quintet, Impro Committee.
He has toured in US, Australia, Europe and Asia. also performs at audiences’ home (“Living Room” project). his Micro Feedback project is a headphone hypnotizing for small amount of audience.


(a mixture of excerpts and 'whole songs')
music for listening on the moon
piscus isariots
Hankil's International Enemy Club (from mars tour diary)
Gok Sound (from mars tour diary)
Cafe House (from mars tour diary)
big can

Thursday, July 18, 2013

Dr Klangendum 3

- Margriet Kicks Ass; fighting frog in frozen water & Huh?
- Arp feuilleton met Al on Heavy metals Aesop Dekker + Evan
- Toshiya Tsunoda; inside of a pipe at the seashore
- Steven Mcgreevey; streams of whistlers
- Evan Dorrian; Dealing with jocks or how to travel anonymously
- Nathalie Blanc, SemoNO!LinA/Amaury Bourget
(radio piece for radia_s30); Cerebro 

more info;
Cerebro is the result of the meeting between Nathalie Blanc, geograph-poet andSemoNO!LinA/Amaury Bourget, musician. During 2008/09, they worked together and composed 3 pieces with the texts written and read by Nathalie Blanc.
Acrobatic science fiction, this text tempts to cavort in limbo of a little bit atmospheric reflection, but which try to exhaust the detail of what is expressed here exactly, that is to say the future, our future…
These pieces are written to be live played, what the duet will make in particular for the Poetry international biennial event in Val-de-Marne, in 2009.
As suggested by JetFM, the project has been “updated” in a version which becomes trilingual (French, Portuguese, English) and accomodated musically.
Nathalie Blanc : geograph-poet :
Amaury Bourget/SemoNO!LinA : musician :

Thanks to Anne-Laure Lejosne, Damien Fourcot, Gilles Bruni, Philippe Brioude (photo).

Monday, July 15, 2013

Dr. Klangendum 2


The Arp Feuilleton with;
- Dry Cleaning expert
- Dimitri The Stud

Kill All Humans - dan wilson
While i Was - Kamama (Audrey Chen and Luca Marini) recorded @ Worm Soundstudio 2011

3 tracks by Senyawa (Rully Shabara & Wukir 'Bamboo' Suryadi)

1 track by Tom Hall, recorded @ Worm Soundstudio, 2011

Migninokabmur Ed Anim by Sleganfeoh Nav Ierf Lrac (treatments by Dr Klangendum himself)

out come the wolves - radiopiece by La Danse De L'Ours (curated for radia network by radio Grenouille)

more info;

Out come the wolves is the second sound piece of Nicolas Perret and Cédric Anglaret’s project The four seasons of Paanjärvi in which, since 2009, they focus on the soundscape of the small russian village of Paanajärvi. Isolated in the thick primary forest of oriental Karelia, Paanajärvi has somehow fallen out of the time. Its inhabitants, the last custodians of the disappearing Karelian culture, live a tough life that is strongly bond to the nature surrounding them.
Winters are harsh in Paanajärvi. At this latitude, the sun doesn’t show much and temperatures remain way below freezing for many months. As winter progresses food gets rare for the wolves. Out of the forest they approach the village at night to attack dogs, that the villagers try to protect by all means. As long as dogs are barking the wolves are still far; once they are silent they are nearby. In the winter of 2012, 23 dogs were eaten by the wolves in Paanajärvi.
Following Out come the wolves, a 6 minutes addition sheds light on the Man who eats dogs.
The four seasons of Paanjärvi is supported by SCAM, Défi Jeune, the Juminkeko Foundation and Radio Grenouille.
In 2007 Nicolas Perret and Cédric Anglaret have joined their practice of sound, documentary and music in a common project of collection, creation and diffusion. Since they work under the name La danse de l’ours.

Out come the wolves – winter, Recorded in March 2012 in Paanajärvi, Duration: 23 min, Mix: Philippe Chario. The man who eats dogs, Recorded in March 2012 in Paanajärvi, Duration: 23 min, Mix: Philippe Chariot