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2015 Readers Poll - The Results

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Once again thanks to everybody who participated in the 18th Annual Brainwashed Readers Poll. It's an honor to be able to do this every year and we appreciate everyone who contributed to the nominations and voted.

All the best wishes for 2016.

Last Updated on Sunday, 17 January 2016 21:12

Podcast Episode 323: December 18, 2015

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podcast listener submitted photoThe final podcast episode of the year is now available. Listen up closely, because the quiz begins soon!  Don't forget to participate in the 2015 Annual Readers Poll! Thanks for listening, see you next year!

Listener submitted photo from Jeffrey in Bloomington, Indiana.


Last Updated on Friday, 18 December 2015 07:56

Forced Exposure New Releases for 2/8/2016

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New music is due from Basic Rhythm, Hunter/Game, and Robert Aiki Aubrey Lowe, while old music is due from Fennesz, Dälek, and Boogie Down Productions.


Michael Trommer, "Night Swimmer"

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cover image Like photographs, field recordings suggest unaltered reality. Suggests, not captures, because as in photography, there are artists who use field recordings for more than reproducing objective phenomena, if objectivity is even possible in the first place. Whether there’s an answer to that question, it at least points in the direction of impressionism and perspective, not just in visual productions, but in audible ones too. Whatever the medium, the artist brings more than a machine or a technique to the proceedings. Keeping with the comparison to photography, decisions about where to shoot and at what time, about exposure, and about dodging and burning all have parallels in field recording. They’re imprecise parallels, but they are clearly illustrated in the abstract shapes and bruised-blue colors of Michael Trommer’s Night Swimmer.

Last Updated on Sunday, 07 February 2016 19:25

Mára, "Surfacing"

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cover imageQuietly released between two major Mamiffer releases:  last year's Crater with Daniel Menche and the upcoming The World Unseen, this limited cassette solo release from Faith Coloccia, under the name of Mára hopefully will not get lost in the shuffle.  Surfacing is a sparse, intimate tape that showcases some of her contributions to the more dramatic Mamiffer sound and deserves just as many accolades as her better known "primary" project.

Last Updated on Sunday, 07 February 2016 19:27
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