9 thoughts on “ Black - Plunderphonic - Plunderphonic (CD, Album)

  • I just released my new album which is a plunderphonic exploration of pop music and I'd really appreciate if you could check it out. Close. 6. Posted by 8 days ago. Finally, it is a celebration of black music, even though I'm latina myself, as long as I've been conscious I've fell in love with different genres of black music throughout my.
  • It features eight tracks from the original "Plunderphonic" CD and was distributed to their friends, acquaintances and interested parties. Unfortunately, "Dab" has been edited, and close examination has revealed these tracks are not digital clones of the originals.
  • Play the latest new releases, popular artists and songs in Plunderphonic, or pick your own favorites from a library of millions of songs. Plunderphonic artists sample found, pre-existing music and sound, creating conceptual recordings rather than traditional songs.
  • On John Oswald's Plunderphonic CD, Dolly Parton's voice slows to that of an operatic tenor - aural sex change, the artist calls it. The bombast of Beethoven's Seventh blares like a bronco in the.
  • On Joni Void's second full-length Mise En Abyme, plunderphonic electronica is not only a technique for sound construction but also a deconstructive method for shattering and reordering the self.
  • Plunderphonic ‎– Plunderphonic [Full Album] by VapeTheWaves. Aphex Twin – Printworks, London 14/09/19 Black Balloons Reprise (feat. Denzel Curry) [Official Audio] by Flying Lotus.
  • Jul 04,  · But that same recording, a CD titled "Plunderphonic," made Oswald a household name, at least in some of North America's more esoteric households, and .
  • A masterpiece of collage from Canada's John Oswald, expanded from his infamously banned CD, and bound in a gorgeous page hardcover book. From the Swinging Sixties to the Numb Nineties, two hyper-dense discs cover the gamut of progressive musical endeavour, where punk meets classical, schmaltz marries metal, jazz divorces rap and electronica kills world/5(11).
  • The bulk of “plunderphonic” work from this genius composer. Plunderphonics 69/96 is a cultural paradox, one of the only truly underground musical phenomena to emerge in the latter quarter of the 20th century (“This art is more radical in its social and political associations than the introduction of the electric guitar”), yet featuring some of the world’s most recognizable music.

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