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Pauline Oliveros, 1932-2016

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Pauline OliverosOur hearts go out to the close friends and family of Pauline Oliveros, a legend who has touched so many lives. More than just your average accordion-and-tuba-playing leather-jacket-wearing motorcycle-riding early innovator of electronic music, Oliveros was a founding member and director of the San Francisco Tape Music Center in the 1960s,taught music at Mills College, the University of California, San Diego (UCSD), Oberlin Conservatory of Music, and Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute. An author, composer, music theorist, and founder of the Deep Listening Institute, she was also a compassionate teacher and friend to many. She has left us with many recordings to give deep listening to and will be deeply missed.


1996 Annual Readers Poll: Voting Round Open!

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Lets Vote!!!

In 1996, ISDN seemed like a great idea. So did the Macarena!

Let's vote in the 1996 Brainwashed Readers Poll! Voting round is open for 1 week and will close Sunday, December 11th. Results will be posted shortly thereafter.

Unlike in the recent US Presidential Poll Shenanigans, ballot stuffing will not be tolerated. That's right, just vote once please!

The 2016 Readers Poll is on the horizon, and our staff is meticulously working on it currently so stay tuned for that one. Thanks again for your participation in these things.

Last Updated on Wednesday, 07 December 2016 08:07

Forced Exposure New Releases for 12/5/2016

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New music is due from Schnitzl, Exploded View, and Fluxion, while old music is due from Merzbow, Jay Dee, and Slapp Happy (with Faust).


Podcast Episode 336: December 5, 2016

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Glenn JonesGlenn Jones is the guest for this episode of the Brainwashed Radio Podcast Edition. We hear music from his latest album, Fleeting, as well as the remastered edition of his debut solo LP, This Is The Wind That Blows It Out. Other music includes Sharon Jones & the Dap Kings, Dean McPhee, Jack Rose, and B/B/S/.

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Last Updated on Monday, 05 December 2016 10:34

Gareth Dickson, "Orwell Court"

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cover imageThe exquisitely curated 12k label has always had a diverse roster, but Gareth Dickson may be the most "out there" artist to be working with the label.  In this case, it is because his acoustic guitar and vocal work is so much more along the lines of conventional singer-songwriter when placed aside the label's otherwise more electronic and abstract catalogue.  However, Dickson's work has an understated complexity and depth that makes it a perfect fit for the label. And furthermore, this is another excellent work from this Scottish artist.

Last Updated on Monday, 05 December 2016 10:39
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