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Artist Song Album Label Comments New Request Comp
Jonathan Richman & The Modern Lovers Ice Cream Man Jonathan Richman & The Modern Lovers
OCDJ Guess What?! Hooray! Wildfire Wildfire
Shonen Knife Ice Cream City The Birds & The B-Sides
Octopus Project Bees Bein' Strugglin' Hello, Avalanche Peek-a-Boo Records 2007
Tacocat Horse Grrrls Lost Time Hardly Art 2016 *
Feels Close My Eyes Feels Castle Face 2016 *
Pj Harvey The Wheel The Hope Six Demolition Project Vagrant 2016 *
Parquet Courts Dust Human Performance Rough Trade 2016 *
Tigue / Amy Garapic Cranes Peaks New Amsterdam 2016 *
Adrian Belew What Do You Know (Part 1) Op Zop Too Wah Passenger 1996
Cheer Accident Camp O' Physique Introducing Lemon Skingraft 2002
Carla Bley Enormous Tots Tropic Appetites WATT/ECM 1974; 2nd studio album; featuring lyrics are contributed by Bley's friend Paul Haines, based on his journeys to Southeast Asia. Lead vocalist is British actress & singer Julie Tippetts (AKA: Julie Driscoll)
Screamin' Jay Hawkins I Put a Spell on You At Home with Screamin' Jay Okeh 1958; single released in '56
Ron Geesin Psychedelia A Raise Of Eyebrows 1967; Solo Debut; Although he worked widely in film and television, this obscure British electronic composer / multi-instrumentalist (a staple with John Peel until the advent of punk), is perhaps known only to wider audiences for his collaboration on Pink Floyd´s "Atom Heart Mother". In this, his 1967 solo debut, the contents range from bizarre audio, to blistering freeform banjo, traditional jazz arrangements, and spoken interludes.
Bang On A Can Breakfast at J&M Big Beautiful Dark and Scary Cantaloupe Records 2012; Evan Ziporyn, Ashley Bathgate, Robert Black, Vicky Chow, David Cossin, et al. performing compositions by Louis Andreissen, David Longstreth, Conlon Nancarrow, Kate Moore, Michael Gordon, et al.
Conlon Nancarrow 3e Studies for Player Piano Vol. 1 Wergo
Sylvie Courvoisier with Ocre, Michel Godard and Pierre Charial Too Suite Y2K Enja Records 2000
Sylvie Vartan Bang Bang La Reine De Saba
Michael Nyman Car Crash A Zed and Two Noughts Caroline 1985 sountrack to the Peter Greenaway film of the same name
Ron Geesin It's All Very New, You Know A Raise Of Eyebrows 1967
Don Buchla In The Beginning Etude II Gravikords Whirlies & Pyrophones Ellipsis Arts Buchla formed his electronic music equipment company, Buchla and Associates, in 1962 in Berkeley, California. Buchla was commissioned by avant garde music composers Morton Subotnick and Ramon Sender, both of the San Francisco Tape Music Center, to create an electronic instrument for live performance. Under a grant from the Rockefeller Foundation Buchla completed his first modular synthesizer in 1963. The result was the Buchla Series 100, which he began selling in 1966. Buchla's synthesizers experimented in control interfaces, such as touch-sensitive plates. In 1969 the Series 100 was sold to CBS, who soon after dropped the line, not seeing the synthesizer market as a profitable area. In 1970 the Buchla 200 series Electric Music Box was released and was manufactured until 1985. Buchla created the Buchla Series 500, the first digitally controlled analog synthesizer, in 1971. Shortly after, the Buchla Series 300 was released, which combined the Series 200 with microprocessors. The Music Easel, a small, portable, all-in-one synthesizer was released in 1972. The Buchla 400, with a video display, was released in 1982. In 1987, Buchla released the fully MIDI enabled Buchla 700 C
Radiohead Living In a Glass House Amnesiac Parlophone 2001; 5th studio album R
David Bowie Blackstar Blackstar ISO 2016 * R
Laurie Spiegel Modal Pieces ): III. A Myth Obsolete Systems 1983