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Background Noise: Henri Chopin tribute, Peter Rehberg interview part two

Posted in Background Noise by loops on April 4, 2008

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Henri Chopin was a pioneering and very influential French sound poet.He passed away at the age of 85 on January 3 this year at his home in England. As poet, painter, graphic artist and designer, typographer, independent publisher, film-maker, broadcaster and arts promoter, Chopin’s work is a barometer of the shifts in European media between the 1950s and the 1970s.His publication and design of the classic audio-visual magazines Cinquième Saison and OU between 1958 and 1974, each issue containing recordings as well as texts, images, screenprints and multiples, brought together international contemporary writers and artists such as members of Lettrisme and Fluxus, Jiri Kolar, Ian Hamilton Finlay, Tom Phillips, Brion Gysin, William S. Burroughs and many others, as well as bringing the work of survivors from earlier generations such as the Dadaist Raoul Hausmann and Marcel Janco to a fresh audience. Thank You Henri for opening people’s ears to the often overlooked sounds of human voice.  And for championing the forgotten but much loved reel-to-reel tape machine. Your Legacy will live forever.Now his 1965 audio poeme L’energie sommiel from his sound poetry magazine OU.This Will Be Followed by reflections on Henri Chopin by our own sound poet Amanda Stewart whose work really embodies his concepts,spirit and vitality.

This Morning On Background Noise The Second Part of the interview from Vienna with Peter Rehberg, sound artist and founder of the editions mego label in Vienna Austria.  He will be talking about his recent collaborative projects,KTL with Stephen O’Malley from the American drone rock group SUNN O)))) and R/S, a digital electronic music sound clash with Markus Schmickler from Cologne . Peter Rehberg and Markus Schmickler have been at the forefront of the European electronic music scene over the past 15 years.

KTL

 

3,Forest Floor 2            first 6’

5,snow                         first 6′

 

 

 

KTL 2

1,Abattoir                      first 9′ 06

 

 

R/S snow,mud,rain

2,track four                   6′ 50″

 

 

 

Web address: www.editionsmego.com

 

Thank you to Peter Rehberg and Amanda Stewart.  Thank you for listening this morning, thank you to Richard fielding for studio production.

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Background Noise:Peter Rehberg interview part one

Posted in Background Noise by loops on April 4, 2008

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on January 3 at the age of 85 Henri Chopin, the innovative and groundbreaking French sound poet passed away.  We will be doing a tribute to him on the next Background Noise.This Morning we will be playing tracks from the three brand-new experimental electronic music releases.  The demand series on editions mego from Vienna.  I will also be playing the first part of an interview with Peter Rehberg from his home in Vienna, who runs the label and performs and records under the name Pita.  This morning he will be talking about the demand series and next program about his recent collaborative projects .*demand 01 track                                                                                                                                             2,pink  umbrella          10,Astra                       demand 01 by Silvia Fässler & Billy Roisz: Skylla CD Silvia Fässler: computer, electronics, guitar, Billy Roisz: computer, turntable , continuing with the interview. that was demand 02 by Gert-Jan Prins: Break Before Make CD2’Timpanilowfdbck     
6,Ringflirtsinterlude   
7,Ritmokickcercando  
8,Drnindustriaagitato 
11,Drummohey           
14,Longraspgroove                                                                                                                                                    
*demand 03, that was the first 13 minutes from Demand 03 6°FSKYQUAKE
Total Time: 33:41 Stephen O’Malley: HP 200CD & Travis Bean / Fender Twin Reverb
Attila Csihar: Vocals , Written & Produced by Stephen O’Malley
Lyrics by Attila Csihar