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Simeon Coxe, 1938-2020

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We are saddened to learn of the passing of Silver Apples founder, Simeon Coxe. Not only was the music Simeon created back in the 1960s with Silver Apples influential beyond measure, he was an amazing gentleman and wonderful soul.

In 2008, Simeon played Brainwaves as Silver Apples to the only standing ovation during the weekend. Click here to see some photos by Greg Cristman. He will be missed.

Last Updated on Saturday, 12 September 2020 08:56

Brainwashed Premiere: Nicol Eltzroth Rosendorf, "Big Other"

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Brainwashed and Negative Capability Editions are proud to exclusively premiere the new album by Nicol Eltzroth Rosendorf, Big Other, and the video for "New Heart."  The entire album can be streamed via Bandcamp by clicking here before its release on August 21.  "New Heart," (video available here) featuring guest vocals by Jarboe, showcases her expansive voice, adding a human element to the menacing, swirling electronics and guest performer James Joyce’s powerful drums.  As Rosendorf began to construct the piece, he says he could hear the ghost of Jarboe's voice throughout as he was composing and mixing, persuading him to ask her to participate.  Also an accomplished visual artist working with the likes of Axebreaker, Locrian, and Retribution Body, the accompanying video directed by Rosendorf was filmed during COVID-19 quarantine.   Traveling through a forest, he captures both the isolation and terrible gravity of our current shared experience, but also the potential of hope and new life.  Big Other will be released on limited vinyl and digital via Negative Capability Editions on August 21.

Last Updated on Sunday, 12 July 2020 18:26

Episode 489: October 25, 2020

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Hoosesagg Museum in Basel Switzerland by Wesley Episode 489 of Brainwashed Radio: The Podcast Edition is now live

It's got new music by Majik Markers, Black To Comm, yadayn, Soft Kill, Fritz Pape, Spires That in the Sunset Rise, and Panoptique Electrical, and not-so-new music by Arurmukha, Sybarite, and Reighnbeau.

Thanks to Wesley for the photo of the Hoosesagg Museum (Pants Pocket Museum) in Basel, Switzerland.

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Last Updated on Thursday, 29 October 2020 11:27

Yellow6, "Silent Streets And Empty Skies"

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Cover of Yellow6 - Silent Streets And Empty SkiesYellow6, the solo project of British guitarist Jon Attwood, first came to my attention through his collaboration with Thisquietarmy for the 2011 album “Death Valley,” but Attwood himself has been active in since 2000. Recorded between April and June of 2020 during the COVID-19 pandemic lockdown, the title of his latest is an indicator of the eerie lack of traffic, people in the streets, and vapor trails from air traffic from a neighboring airport. The fresh time to reflect and social distance—along with the purchase a new guitar—inspired Attwood to create nine pieces of beautifully layered electric guitar and effects that instill calm, to be enjoyed as ambient background music or appreciated for the guitar craft. The sparse, delicate sounds parlay a stillness of these strange times; a stillness that can be both disturbing and enriching, and wrapped in contemplation.

Last Updated on Sunday, 25 October 2020 16:26

Forced Exposure New Releases for the Week of 10/26/2020

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New music is due from Christian Kjellvander, Sarah Hennies, and Kölsch, while old music is due from Juan Piña, Bridget St. John, and Fennesz.

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