Eric Isaacson, founder of Mississippi Records, presents a compilation that seeks to capture the magic of home recordings.
We dig up some unreleased fragments of the interview with Andy Votel that we were unable to include the first time around.
Eric Isaacson, founder of Mississippi Records, describes his personal listening and sound collecting habits from childhood to present day.
A selection of records that use eccentric voice manipulation techniques; from human existentialism and sound poetry to electronic, mechanical and computer distortion.
Andy Votel explains why the only way to get the music he likes is generally to buy and collect it.
Email conversation with the sound poetry and voice collector Eduard Escoffet.
Praise music from the market stalls across Africa.
The tale of how a student of ethnomusicology from Brooklyn spent a year in West Africa buying tapes off street markets.
A retrospective snapshot of the musical legacy of the Institute of Sonology in The Hague.
Between a collection and an archive. Nostalgia coexists with academic rigor.
Conversation with a new age music collector.
We dig up some unreleased fragments of
the interview with sound collector Jonny Trunk that we were unable to include the first time around.
This music selection was used as a teaser for the MEMORABILIA. Collecting sounds with... Ed Veenstra lecture, which took plave on April 15th, 2011 at the MACBA, and features some of the highlights of Ed Veenstra’s collection.
This music selection was used as a teaser for the MEMORABILIA. Collecting sounds with... William Bennett lecture, which took place on April 1st, 2011 at the MACBA, and features some of the highlights of William Bennett’s collection.
Jonny Trunk picks his fifteen favourite tracks from the fifteen best library music companies in his collection.
Jonny Trunk walks us through a hard-to-find and yet very familiar genre: library music.
A hyperconcentrated collection of bumpers and crazy rants from Kenneth Goldsmith's legendary WFMU radio show.
Anki Toner talks about his personal collection of records and gramophonic objects.
Unreleased fragments of the interview.
Kenneth Goldsmith, founder of Ubuweb, takes us on a journey through his personal history as a sound collector.
Transcript of Ed Veenstra's lecture: "Broken Music, anti-records and object records".
Transcript of William Bennett's lecture: "Musical homeostasis: music not just to be heard".
Transcript of Kenneth Goldsmith's lecture: "From collector to archivist: seven thoughts".
Broken Music: records and paramusical works produced by visual artists and other avant-garde creators.
As a teaser for his forthcoming lecture, Jonny Trunk compiles fifteen gems from his very own sound collection.
As a teaser for his lecture, Kenneth Goldsmith compiles fifteen gems from his very own sound collection.
A collection of Broken Music and rarities of all kinds that go beyond the traditional functions of the record medium.
We dig up some unreleased fragments of the interview with sound collector William Bennett that we were unable to include the first time around.
Some of the secret jewels found in William Bennett's sound collection, discovering rare percussion music from West-Africa.
Mark Gergis, a regular collaborator with Sublime Frequencies, explains the project's philosophy and the cultural, logistical and esoteric implications of collecting music from a culture other than one's own.
A singular labyrinth of sounds to chart different paths through the musical preferences of William Bennett.
We dig up some unreleased fragments of the interview with sound collector Mark Gergis that we were unable to include the first time around.
A musical selection of some of the anomalies found in Mark Gergis' sound collection.
'Sound anomalies' from the Middle East and Southeast Asia rescued from oblivion.
This is a conversation by email with ephemeral film collector Rick Prelinger, which took place on April 2011.
This is a conversation by email with record and sound collector Mark Gergis, which took place on April 2011, to prepare a monograph on his sound collection.
This is a conversation by email with Dutch collector Ed Veenstra, which took place on April 2011, to prepare a monograph on his sound collection.
This is a conversation by email with William Bennett (Whitehouse), which took place on March 2011, to prepare a monograph on his sound collection.
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