Posts Tagged ‘Avant-Garde’

“Britney Spears + Noise = HOT Vol. 2” (Supercompositions, 2010)

Wednesday, January 12th, 2011

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britney spears and dick whyte fan art by claire harris

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Britney Spears + Noise = HOT Vol. 2 is finally out!!! With HOT cover art by the wonderful Claire Harris (yes, that is me doing karaoke with Britney)! Finished at the end of 2010, this is a continuation of the Britney Spears Best of Noise project (mashing my favourite Britney songs with experimental, avant-garde and noise artists). The full 8 track album (newly remastered) is available for free download on Bandcamp.

Finally, there is a torrent for it up on Pirate Bay and I would greatly appreciate anyone who has the spare bandwidth seeding it for a while. UPDATE: If you enjoyed this, check out Volume 1 and Volume 3 as well.

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NEW ALBUM: “This Is Your Brain On Drukqs” (Supercomposer, 2013)

Monday, January 20th, 2014

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kanye west aphex twin supercomposer drukqs

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So, it’s been a long damn while since I updated but it’s not cause I haven’t been making things – life just got in the way. So many new things to post, so I’ll just take my time and get them up as they occur to me. For now, here is Supercomposer’s 2013 album, Volume 2 of my ongoing plunderphonic collaborations with Kanye West. Like the previous volume, George Bush Doesn’t Care About Black People, this features two extended minimalist piano compositions made from samples used by West on My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy. This time I have repurposed Aphex Twin’s Avril 14th, (an amazing track in its own right) which West used in Blame Game.

In other news YEEZUS is fucking HOT. Don’t let anyone tell ya any different. I mean, come on, even Bruce Springsteen loves it. Check his performance of Blood On The Leaves from Jools Holland if you don’t believe me. I mean, as always, Kanye’s lyrics about women are problematic to say the least, but I have never been one to write something off solely because of this (the entire history of white male rock music, anyone?). That’s not to say I don’t think his representation of women shouldn’t be critiqued either – it should. Nuff said.

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