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The third volume of Sub Rosa's Anthology Of Noise & Electronic Music available on vinyl for the first time. The third volume continues to show all the aspects of electronic music from the early beginning to the present - including two pieces of historical concrete music (of the '70s), several pieces of American tape music (Columbia University) with a special focus on all the electronic music from Germany - WDR early works, krautrock, electronic music of the '90s. Features recent work from the greatest noise artists and several unsung electronic pioneers. Includes a six page poster including extensive critical and biographical notes. Features: Keith Fullerton Whitman/Hrvatski, Hugh Le Caine, Ilhan Mimaroglu, Bernard Parmegiani, Michel Chion, Zbigniew Karkowski, Masami Akita/Merzbow, Michael J Schumacher, Justin Bennett, Scott Gibbons/Lilith, Francisco López, Erkki Kurenniemi, Carsten Nicolai/Alva Noto, To Rococo Rot, Peter Rehberg/Pita, Herbert Eimert & Robert Beyer, Faust, Michael Rother (Neu!), Asmus Tietchens, Günther Rabl, Rune Lindblad and Carl Michael Von Hausswolff & Erik Pauser/Phauss.
The gathering of eclectic noise makers
Whereas composers like Stockhausen, Berio or Pousseur had come from serialism and began making electronic music as a continuation of their work with traditional instruments, others such as Boehmer or Oliveros composed right away on electronic bases; there were those who invented new methods, like Schaeffer and concrete music, others were outsiders, revolutionaries or visionaries like Xenakis or Cage, without forgetting the branch of sound derived from dada, the complex forms of free jazz, John Coltrane, the acoustic and electronic improvisation scene, rock of the alternative, psychedelic and industrial varieties, the German wave of the 1970s, the last generation of electronic musicians from the beginning or middle of the 1990s, DJ, reinventors of drones, painters or sculptors using sound, and process or software creators. The noise goes on...